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What a great day

Post by wargameroz » Sat Sep 12, 2009 12:30 am

I guess this is the place to talk about this, not sure but anyway here goes

at 0745 Friday morning a mate rocked up to do some work in the garage for me. Mainly fixing the ceiling and putting in some new Fluro lights. Those that know the garage will know what a mess it normally is and this was the chance to tidy up. Now the plan had been to fix the ceiling and move stuff around and then on the long weekend clear it out completely and swing the table through 90 degrees so it was parallel to the work cupboard. The family had all started to make excuses for that weekend, funny that. Anyway Dave, my mate why don't we do it this way and then I can fix the lights today as well. So with so some backing and filling we turned the 18 foot by 5.5 foot table through ninety degrees and he packed up and left.

I then proceeded to redo the layout of the terrain and being Geo hex have had all sorts of fun tonight along with slowly putting the buildings back on and will finish tomorrow when I will post some pics of the redone table, but I must say with the Mick Sewell scratchbuilts it is going to look good as usual. Currently have the Oosterbeck church, farm complex and Kate de Horst piece at one end with lots of hills and dales in between and the big pieces and some smaller ones at the other end.

thanks for reading and like I said photo's tomorrow or today
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Re: What a great day

Post by rct75001 » Sat Sep 12, 2009 5:17 am

simon

just think of all the treasure you will find (or may already have found) when you "clean it all out" - i love doing periodic clean ups of my work room - it is almost as good as going shopping again.

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Re: What a great day

Post by wargameroz » Sat Sep 12, 2009 7:30 am

Richard

yes as you know there is a few bit's and bob's in there, and I managed to find 6 Vac-u-Cast T35/85 turrets as well

will b working again all day today and hopefully have some photo's up tonight

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Post by Ross » Sat Sep 12, 2009 8:20 am

Look forward to seeing these pics mate!

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Re: What a great day (now with pics, about 12 so far)

Post by wargameroz » Sat Sep 12, 2009 7:52 pm

okay some pics from the table now it has been redone and repositioned. For those that haven't seen it before it is 18 foot long by 5.5 foot wide I use geohex and the buildings are either Mick Sewell Scratchbuilts or Sentry Models resin
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Re: What a great day

Post by Dropbear » Sat Sep 12, 2009 10:52 pm

very nice - I like the hills and trees - good stuff

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Post by Ross » Sun Sep 13, 2009 7:23 am

Love the buildings!!

Damn that's a ripper of a setup!!

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Re: What a great day

Post by Sparker » Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:36 pm

Wow!

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Re: What a great day

Post by Admin Fella » Thu Oct 01, 2009 2:08 pm

Definitely quite a setup. Something to aim for in the loooooong term. :)

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