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    Default Set islands. Scale: 1/1200 or 1/1000

    Hello I add some photos about a islands I have made recently. I hope you like it!
    Regards,
    Julián

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    Excellent as always!

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    Woow! Fantastic, superb, excellent

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    Those will certainly bring 'life' to any gaming table. Nice backdrops for some portable diorama settings too!
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    Thank you mates!

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    Your work continues to inspire my own efforts Julián.
    I hope to follow your lead, and soon not need any of the cardboard accessories which Ares produced.
    They have been a very useful interim measure, but now we are truly into three dimensions.
    Rob.

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    Where did you source those rather lovely trees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    Your work continues to inspire my own efforts Julián.
    I hope to follow your lead, and soon not need any of the cardboard accessories which Ares produced.
    They have been a very useful interim measure, but now we are truly into three dimensions.
    Rob.
    I glad you like it Rob!. You also are making a great piece of game. Soon I will put for sale these palm trees for clients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Manley View Post
    Where did you source those rather lovely trees?
    I get these palm tree from a Chinese bazaar, I am talking with a contac to wholesale purchase. Soon will be ready for saley in my website.

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    Please, make a bulk pack available so we can buy like 200, perhaps at a discount?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaS View Post
    Please, make a bulk pack available so we can buy like 200, perhaps at a discount?
    I will sell them on my website in lots of 50 palm trees. The price for each lot will be between about 7 to 10 euros. When I clouse the negotiating a wholesale price I will be able to say a final price.

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    I'm not going to make you head bigger than it is all ready. You know I like your work. I still don't like your bases, but I'm in love with your beaches. I could build sand-castles on them and sit on deck-chairs and eat ice-creams. Nice one Julian.
    Be safe
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    Well I will certainly be in for 100 at that price Julián.
    Enough to do two of your Islands I'm thinking.
    Rob

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    Exactly Bob, with 100 palm trees make an overpopulated island with palm trees and other less populated. You can also make islands with less density of palms and you could do three.

    Julián

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    At that price I will definitely buy at least 200. I have a lot of coast to cover...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaS View Post
    At that price I will definitely buy at least 200. I have a lot of coast to cover...
    I remember you that they have to be painted them then! Palm trees are colored but the plastic has brightness and personally do not like.

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    To my 28mm colonial wars terrain I bought cake decoration palm trees that I made new trunks for by wrapping string around wire.
    I'm just happy if they come ready made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexaS View Post
    To my 28mm colonial wars terrain I bought cake decoration palm trees that I made new trunks for by wrapping string around wire.
    I'm just happy if they come ready made.

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    I'm in for 100 to 200. Let me know when available please.

    Neil

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    Beautiful islands, Julian, and an interesting looking playing mat also.

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    Excelente trabajo Julian. Very inspirational, I might use your idea for my own Island projects.

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    2 years later but these are excellent Julián, thanks to Mr Zoro for resurrecting them.

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    This is classed as a reprise not a resurrection so will not draw the card of infamy.
    Bligh.
    The Business of the commander-in-chief is first to bring an enemy fleet to battle on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy, as expeditiously as possible); and secondly to continue them there until the business is decided.

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    LOVELY PAINTING! They look quite idillic and pleasurable. The Brits and French and Spanish would make a truce and have a landing party, and have tea, crępes and churros.

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    Great!

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    Welcome to the Anchorage Marek.
    I have checked your profile page for you and you should be able to sign in on the Wardroom thread now.
    Try again and if it don't work drop me another PM.
    Rob.
    The Business of the commander-in-chief is first to bring an enemy fleet to battle on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy, as expeditiously as possible); and secondly to continue them there until the business is decided.

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