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by UshCha
06 Jan 2021, 15:26
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Very quiet here??
Replies: 42
Views: 4866

Re: Very quiet here??

Bogged up of course, links failed. These should work https://aotrscommander.smugmug.com/Manoeuvre-Group/i-LsPfT5V/A"><img src="https://photos.smugmug.com/Manoeuvre-Group/i-LsPfT5V/0/8bad3342/X3/20210109_223003A-X3.jpg https://aotrscommander.smugmug.com/Manoeuvre-Group/i-P87dhBp/A"><im...
by UshCha
05 Jan 2021, 09:48
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Very quiet here??
Replies: 42
Views: 4866

Re: Very quiet here??

img https://www.smugmug.com/app/organize/Manoeuvre-Group/i-LsPfT5V /img img https://www.smugmug.com/app/organize/Manoeuvre-Group/i-P87dhBp /img The figures are "15mm"; figures are about 17mm head to toe and being old on a thick (1.5mm) base and being horrid metal have a metal base as well....
by UshCha
04 Jan 2021, 16:07
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Very quiet here??
Replies: 42
Views: 4866

Re: Very quiet here??

OK OK So i've been naughty. Instead of Moderns I have been doing Ancients. A friend is single, alone and no job,so is lonely. Before Tier 3 we met in an outhouse with a 5ft by 4ft board. Too small for 20mm Moderns like we want to play so its been ancients. So 3D printing Triremes, no use here, but a...
by UshCha
28 Dec 2020, 08:17
Forum: Eye Candy and Modelling Tips
Topic: Cheap explosion markers
Replies: 4
Views: 505

Re: Cheap explosion markers

Far to late to help. These are excellent markers, my co-autor made some almost identicle. However he made his from stee wool. They look near identical to your excellent markers but I suspect that they may be more robust. If these start to wear our it may be worth consideration.
by UshCha
08 Dec 2020, 08:05
Forum: Late 20th Century
Topic: Quad bikes
Replies: 4
Views: 1640

Re: Quad bikes

Carl, There are two issues. First is that scanning and photo reproduction is harder than folk think and a LOT of post preocessing is required as a real scale model would be unprintable and to delicate to be of any use certainley at less then 1/35. The othert is that untill you get to about 1/35 scal...
by UshCha
06 Dec 2020, 08:12
Forum: Late 20th Century
Topic: Quad bikes
Replies: 4
Views: 1640

Quad bikes

It seems we have overleooked a piece of relatively small modern Equipment, Quad bikes. I am hoping to get a commission undertaken for a bike, its rider and at least 1 Trailer version by the end of January (1/144 scale of course). I can fined load of pictures of the Grizzley which would be ideal as i...
by UshCha
30 Sep 2020, 08:15
Forum: World War 2
Topic: Changing scales - 15mm or 28mm?
Replies: 12
Views: 3543

Re: Changing scales - 15mm or 28mm?

Well I have always been contentious. I would say neither. Personally my opinion is 1/144. It's actually significantly smallet than tru 15mm (which I assume is about 1:100 well a 5ft man would be at a scale of 1:111 a 6 ft ma it would be 1:120 so looks like the foilk have got even that wrong. At 1/14...
by UshCha
17 Aug 2020, 07:31
Forum: World War 2
Topic: Two WWII books for £0.99 each
Replies: 7
Views: 1363

Re: Two WWII books for £0.99 each

Thasnks ordered them both.
by UshCha
07 Jun 2020, 07:20
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: For those who still do 1/76
Replies: 3
Views: 1390

Re: For those who still do 1/76

Thanks
by UshCha
26 Mar 2020, 09:18
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Rating Shows
Replies: 4
Views: 2164

Re: Rating Shows

I definitely have a hate for 5A. A friend and I once were asked to mark the games at a Derby Worlds. We made up a marking scheme between us and stuck rigidly to it. I believe there were some naysayers. However poorly fronted i.e 5A turning up to a game asking questions and being pointed to the paper...