David Bickley's Wargames Blog

The occassional ramblings of an average gamer, journeyman painter, indifferent modeller, games designer, sometime writer for Wargames Illustrated and host of games in GHQ.

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Madame Moustache's...

I've been working on an addition to New Paddock City for a few days: the Battle Flag 'Bordello'. It's the most ambitious of their kits I've tried so far, especially for someone like me who's not especially gifted in the modelling area of our hobby!

As with my other buildings I've included some interior details from the resin range from Frontline. See what you think.

17 comments:

  1. What's the scale? Looks very impressive

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  2. Thanks you! Heroic 28mm they say. My figures are mostly by Dixon.

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    1. Yes it is, I agree; in fact all of their kits are wonderful. I can't lay any claim to have done much other than solve a simple 3D jigsaw and add some bits and colour!

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  4. Very cool! Love it!

    Should put a sign up "Moustache rides 5 cents"....

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    1. I like the idea! When my computer says Yes again I may borrow your LAF sign!

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  5. Very nice. I would love to see your work when you are interested in it. ;)

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  6. Sad to say you would n'at see anything better, my talents, if I can use that word, are distinctly average.

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  7. Lovely work David, well done.

    Cheers,

    Helen

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  8. You've done excellent work. It's the interiors that take it from good to exquisite. Keep it up!

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  9. I see all that "research" on the internet paid off ;-)

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    1. Told me he did "practical" research, thats why it looks so good ;-)

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    2. I don't recall telling you that...

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    3. That's what happens when you mix drinking and smoking opium!

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  10. I thought that there looks as if there has been a lot of 'personal' research gone into this to create the correct atmosphere! Are you sure Sue has been with you on all these trips to the states?

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  11. Great work Sir! You've been slingin that lumber around like a blind lumberjack in swarm of bees!
    Can't wait to meet up with them Twerp brothers in the speak easy, over some polite conversation....
    Remember...When in doubt, let your horse do the thinkin'!

    Dizzy Dave and the Paddock Clan

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    1. Great to have you along Mr P & Family! I guess your Great Grand Pappy must have spent some time in New Paddock City as a young wipper-snapper?

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