What´s on the workbench for October ?

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What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by Paul » Mon Oct 01, 2012 2:32 am

From september
(the pilgrims got finished)

All 1/72nd and in no particular order of importance.
Medieval Builders set one
Medieval Builders set 2
AWI Iroquois
Early germanic meeting house
English standard bearers (mounted) (Crecy)
French knights (mounted and dismounted) with banners (Crecy)
16th century Knights (all that barding!!!!)
A scene with a knight winning his spurs
El Cid Almoravid Infantry
Order of Alacantara Knights...and some more El Cid knight conversions
Zulus


Possibly..after this coming saturday;
A napoleonic wagon and vivandiere
200 napoleonic Austrian officers
and loads of other stuff depending on the cashflow :D
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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by wargameroz » Mon Oct 01, 2012 8:04 am

Continuation of 20 mm 50's & 60's French, also the 80's Germans

2 x Rapid Fire 38t bn's and 2 mid 1942 Panzer III bns
the person who dies with the most unfinished stuff
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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by Ragnar » Mon Oct 01, 2012 8:34 am

15mm Soviet armour and infantry for BGK
28mm Austrians for Sharp Practice (I should slap myself for starting another project)
20mm Fallschirmjager bits n bobs
28mm ECW musketeers
28mm
Early Saxons
WWII Germans, British
Skaven
FIW
20mm
Fallschirmjager + Kiwis
Cold war Soviets
WAB, HC, FoF, BP, KGN
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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by paintpig » Mon Oct 01, 2012 8:52 am

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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by Dropbear » Mon Oct 01, 2012 12:10 pm

I still have the following on my workbench from last month:

28mm Vietnamese villagers
28mm RLI
28mm WW2 Australians
28mm WW2 undisclosed nationals

and I have started on the 28mm WW2 British commandos that Qman supplied me with and I should have some Defiant games Marines and bugs arriving in the post (fingers crossed this is sooner than later).

I was able to finish the 28mm VC and LRRPs that were on my list for September :D

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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by Tarty » Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:16 pm

Haven't decided yet, but I will be doing some Mexicans 8)
" eh....dirty rotten gringo "

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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by paintpig » Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:20 pm

I nevers fights anywheres wizout my teehawana bross trompet
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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by Tarty » Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:27 pm

hahaha...I've been reading a little about Mexicans, bad arse dudes :shock:
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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by Paul » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:20 am

Tarty wrote:hahaha...I've been reading a little about Mexicans, bad arse dudes :shock:
It´s the hat´s, anyone who dares to wear a hat that wide aint afraid of no-one calling him stupid..and if they do!!!!
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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by Paul » Sun Oct 07, 2012 7:49 pm

A few more things added..all 1/72nd
4 medieval artillery pieces
30 K.O.G.L
the 18th century "girls"
10 Austrian grenadiers
a set of medieval businessmen
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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by Dropbear » Mon Oct 08, 2012 7:16 am

I have finished my undisclosed nationals and have started on my WW2 Australians, and I will show them both off at the same time.

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Re: What´s on the workbench for October ?

Post by bagnooboy » Wed Oct 10, 2012 10:55 am

all in 20mm / 1:72
modern
-Australian SASR in multicam (2010- now)
-Australian 2 CDO in dpdu with Incident response regiment support
-fa/18 for CAS
-2x m113 with cadillac cage turret
- modern brits in osprey (SFSG)
-modern usmc
-mh53
-leopard as1

ww2
-tiger tank
-spitfire vb.
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