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Vapnartak. Sunday 4th February 2018 Knavesmere Stand York Racecourse

Thu Jan 04, 2018 7:54 am by Cyrus The Adequate

Hi Gents

York is the usual first event in the UK Impetus calendar. This year …

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On the borders of Vikingland and Saxonland

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Re: On the borders of Vikingland and Saxonland

Post by GamesPoet on Fri Jun 12, 2015 1:35 am

Those 15mm Cossacks aren't the only ting on the painting desk, nor have they been there the longest ... lol.

One friend of mine have provided the idea to paint a little every day, and so giving that a shot as possible, sometimes I'm just too busy or tired. Another friend suggested mornings because he paints every morning for an hour before going off to work. If I could do even 20 minutes every morning, then mayeb I could work myself up to doing more.

Lol ... I'm chuckling because this thread went from Vikings and Saxons to Sci-Fi, sort of like the span of figure eras on my desk currently ... lol.


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Re: On the borders of Vikingland and Saxonland

Post by Jim Webster on Fri Jun 12, 2015 5:10 am

Roughage wrote:There is that. Sadly you cannot see it because the varnish has gone yellow and opaque.

I loved Laserburn from the outset and still find it immense fun. Young whippersnappers these days can't cope with the maths though.

This all reminds me that I still have your Hellfire rules and a fully painted Hell on Dodgson's World figures set. I really must inflict that on my regular gaming partner.

True, it's your duty Laughing

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