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Thursday 11 June 2015
Opening up the goodie bag
Recently Warbases ran a give-away on their Facebook page, when their page hit 500 likes then a lucky winner would win a selection of products.
I don't consider myself very lucky, but this time I hit the Jackpot and Diane got in touch to get my postal details and yesterday a package arrived.
I was soon unbagging and here is the contents.
First up was six bags of their excellent laser-cut bases. I used loads of these so these will join the other load of MDF that is stuffed into a 9L Really Useful box and now doubt will be used over the coming months.
Recently they have started adding some laser-cut WWI vehicles to the range and these two will come in very handy with my latest project.
Firstly an Albion Lorry
Here is an assembled version from the Warbases web site.
Model T Ambulance
Again a photo from the Warbases site of the assembled model
Finally a set of four very nice Musketeers
These are very nice sculpts and a great match for the characters from the recent BBC series. I recently purchased Flashing Steel from Ganesha Games, so I think these will fit in nicely.
I'm really chuffed with my goodie bag of freebies from Warbases, some great items that fit in well with both existing projects and ones in the pipeline.