Formation bases – for Pennies

Well just a quick one today. I may post something else more visually interesting later in the weekend, we’ll see. Anyway, I finished a whole set of Sabot movement bases for my FIW and other Musket period forces. They are not that impressive really to look at, but will make games such as Sharpe Practice and Muskets and Tomahawks easier to play.Long ago in the past I did some more random ones but these have been hanging around since some time after that – you can see those original ones here if you are interested. So I thought I would get these finished. You can see  a couple of the woodsmen figures from my last post below to show how they will be used.All these again have come from Warbases in the UK and although aimed at UK pennies they seem to work fine for Canadian and even US ones. These did take a while to do and varnish so as with all my hobby projects, if I make it I add it here.

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About mellis1644

A painter and gamer who has no illusions about being the best painter but likes to play with decently painted toys and have fun gaming
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