ALY MORRISON'S "BUTTERFLY" ADVENTURES IN THE WORLD OF WARGAMES AND TOY SOLDIERS

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Pre Blog Games... Part One.

I recently discovered to my surprise that I had filled up all the photo space on my phone.


While sorting through , downloading and deleting I came across pictures from a number of games  that were played before I started my blog.
I thought that I would post them up for your delectation and hopefully pleasure....


So first off...
An American Civil War game hosted by Alan Perry.










Next up an American War of Independence game, again hosted by Alan Perry.










Next up the Great War Miniatures Cambria game from Partizan in May 2017.














More to follow...


All the best.   Aly

20 comments:

  1. Nice photographs and some good inspiration to get the paint brush out.

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    1. There is more to follow... including a certain Ramillies game.

      All the best. Aly

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  2. Thanks for these impressive eye candies!

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    1. No problem Phil... I really enjoyed sorting through the photos.

      All the best. Aly

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  3. Great piccies, more so since they're from your phone !
    Have to say I love those WW1 looters.

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    1. Thanks Stuart...

      The “looters “ were good fun to make.

      All the best. Aly

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  4. I’ve enjoyed looking through those pictures, Aly, so thanks.

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    1. Thank you David.
      It was nice to be reminded of how many great games I have taken part in.

      All the best. Aly

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  5. Some lovely eye candy Aly. Thanks for posting.

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    1. It was a pleasure Mark.

      All the best. Aly

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  6. A feast for the old eyes.

    Looters! Saving priceless art from destruction surely.

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    1. And then keeping them safe in their attics.... ;-)

      All the best. Aly

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  7. Splendid eye candy to start the new year!

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    1. Thank you Ed...
      Unfortunately it does make it harder to keep the wargames butterfly under control.... :-)

      All the best. Aly

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  8. Wonderful game photos of many outstanding looking games!

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  9. Solid stuff Aly. Do you know what that rough mixed ground cover texture sheet that Alan uses on his table is?

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  10. Solid stuff Aly. Do you know what that rough mixed ground cover texture sheet that Alan uses on his table is?

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    1. Hi Rob...

      I think it is this... or one of the seasonal variations.

      http://www.greatescapegames.co.uk/basing-materials/modelscenemats/stones/f712.html

      All the best. Aly

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    2. Brilliant, cheers mate. Not a cheap way to make a board but it looks mint

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