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PostPosted: March 25th, 2017, 11:51 am 
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see if this version is better.

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++Battlecruiser Orion: Mars Class: flagship of 3rd Combat grounp, 2nd fleet++
Fought at: Armageddon, The Sabbat Crusades and currently seen engaging enemy vessels around the remnants of Cadia.
responsible for the destruction/Joint destruction of over 15 individual enemy cruisers in her short career and numerous smaller vessels.
Also responsible for the destruction of an Inquisitorial black ship found in unauthorized and restricted space between Rogaria and Fenris.

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++Light Cruiser Euclid's Anvil: Lunar class: recon/hunter, 3rd combat group, 2nd fleet++
fought at: Armageddon, The Sabbat Crusades and currently undergoing refits and repairs before deployment to Cadia with the rest of 2nd fleet

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++Light Cruiser Dawn Under Heaven: Lunar class: recon/hunter, 3rd combat group, 2nd fleet++
fought at: Sabbat crusades and currently deployed to cadia with 2nd fleet.
responsible for the hunting down of the Chaos light cruiser Hammer of Rot and her subsequent destruction with escorting craft.


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PostPosted: March 26th, 2017, 12:56 am 
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You have a URL tag wrapped around an IMG tag, probably more PB wierdness. I can fix that for you.
Your images are also too big, our current limit is 800 pixel wide -- BUT, GUESS WHAT, we were going to bump that up tomorrow night, so I'll do it this evening and all should be well ....

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James those look really well painted. How big are they?

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I'll second that! They look really good :-D

Nice to see your work at last, the links to Photobucket you had posted never seemed to work for me :roll:

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I haven't got a clue about sci-fi wargaming but those pieces really do look excellent, that is some painting James. I've recently given up the ghost with PB which, after giving me no serious problems in five years of regular use, became a real pain in the neck last autumn with images taking an absolute age to post on here. I now use the forum's own post image function, which I have found to be quick, easy and hassle free but I believe that Chrome is required to use it.

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Great work. I have no idea about wargaming but I can spot an excellent piece of modelling when I see it 8-)

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took some more pics outside in a better natural light and added another cruiser "Song of the East" she still needs background info

as to size the cruisers are about 3.5" long
the light ones 3" and the frigates about 2"


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That's a lot of detail, and painting thereof, for such little things - impressive !

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More really great work James. Do these models come with a suggested colour scheme or is it all left to the painter's imagination?

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colour schemes are up to the person painting.
some factions have colours which match them and their theme. but otherwise anything is a-okay


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They look great James. Used to do a lot of wargaming myself back in the olden days.

What rules do you use?

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if I were to play I'd just use Battlefleet gothic rules. but I have little experience of space rules


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