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    Quote Originally Posted by Redcoat View Post
    Yes Rob,

    Last week I bought some items from Brigade Models, mi first order and I hope not the last.

    I bought the Castlle of San Antonio and Menorca towers. When I receive I will post photos here to compare the measures with SOG ships.
    It will be interesting to see if those fit in with my collection of your buildings and my Langton ones Julián.
    Rob.
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    My mind is blown. That puts to shame just about every museum diorama I've ever seen.

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    Quite Jason.
    We mere human beings can only strive to survive in the shadow of the true Master.
    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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    Thanks for your words. I want to go back to do a harbor, possibly something inspired by the harbor of Dubrovnik

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    Jason thanks for resurrecting this.

    Julian this is truly awesome in its true sense of the word, all of the detail is amazingly impressive, and realistic. Your portrayal of the port as a living historical town shown by the changes in its fortification styles over hundreds of years through to the small details including the wave formations is just lovely to look at. A real feast for th he eyes.
    Amazingly well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabond View Post
    Jason thanks for resurrecting this.

    Julian this is truly awesome in its true sense of the word, all of the detail is amazingly impressive, and realistic. Your portrayal of the port as a living historical town shown by the changes in its fortification styles over hundreds of years through to the small details including the wave formations is just lovely to look at. A real feast for th he eyes.
    Amazingly well done.
    I'm glad you like it

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    What's the hill made from? Is it polystyrene?

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    Yes, I used polyestyrene and once a preform was made, I covered it with a paper pulp (toilet paper + water + white glue + optional color paint)

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