1/72 Miniature ANZACs for WW1

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  1. Hansuke

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    Not sure if anyone is interested in this kind of thing, but I have many interests that go beyond scantily clad women in eastern European music videos. These are plastic figures and not metal. So I know this guy had some trouble getting these painted up so nicely.

    http://cameronian-onlyagame.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/172-ww1-more-anzacs.html

    1/72 WW1 More ANZACs

    As the ANZACs didn’t have their own artillery serving with the Light Horse, the 1st Division artillery was provided by Ayr battery RHA (TF) armed with six 13-pounders, joined later by Inverness battery. I don’t have them, so it’s a howitzer battery of the RFA instead.

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Machine Gun Squadron, Australian Light Horse Brigade.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG].[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Scantily clad euro chick music videos & small soldiers, nothing wrong with those interests Hans ;) lol. These are cool mate & I wouldn't mind some myself.
    Light Horse.
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    WWII Digger
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    I have a few diecast limited edition aircraft like this
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    Very nice pieces there Jello. I especially like the horse color. Detail on the first two pieces are great. I am never collected die aircraft though. I might have to take a look at that. I have a one or two diecast jeeps i think somewhere.
     
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    Very nice, I used to be into the WWII era 1/72 modelling & 1/300 wagaming, but haven't done it for years - although I do have a few mangled (fireworks) soldiers & tanks about.
     
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    Ahhh.....yes, the blowing up of models with fireworks, themz was the days ;)
     
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    At one time I had quite a few 1/300 sci-fi stuff, but not any more due to time and moves. I still have some 1/72 stuff, mostly sci-fi and some 1/32 WW2.
     
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    Luv necroing oldish' threads :)
    While I appreciate the time, effort & money that go into historical pieces/games, I prefer the fantasy.
    I play quite a few tabletop war games but mainly stick to 2 of my favourites (Warmachine & Hordes) + Uncharted Seas. I used to play Warhammer a fair bit too but given up on Games Workshop stuff although I still have a mega point army that could take to the field.

    If anyone is interested, I could throw a few pics up.
     
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