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    On these pages watch the progress to see how Minas Tirith came together . The city was to be constructed for 1/72nd scale (also known as 25mm figure scale) for use with the Lord of the Rings Battlegame by Games Workshop. It was not going to be an exact duplicate of the “bigature” for the…

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    On these pages watch the progress to see how Minas Tirith came together . The city was to be constructed for 1/72nd scale (also known as 25mm figure scale) for use with the Lord of the Rings Battlegame by Games Workshop. It was not going to be an exact duplicate of the “bigature” for the…

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    On these pages watch the progress to see how Minas Tirith came together . The city was to be constructed for 1/72nd scale (also known as 25mm figure scale) for use with the Lord of the Rings Battlegame by Games Workshop. It was not going to be an exact duplicate of the “bigature” for the…

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    Watch The Progress On these pages watch the progress to see how Minas Tirith came together . The city was to be constructed for 1/72nd scale for use with the Lord of the Rings Battlegame by Games Workshop. It was not going to be an exact duplicate of the “bigature” for the film as I…

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    The Challenge One of the most spectacular parts of Peter Jackson’s film “Return of the King” is the white city of Gondor: Minas Tirith. The Lord of the Rings book describes the city of Minas Tirith is being built as seven levels. See how the challenge was taken up and all seven levels of this…

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    Isengard consists of a serises of terrain boards 2′ by 2′ (around 600mm x 600mm). These are square boards with a wooden frame for protection. Just using polystyrene foam is a lot quicker, but the corners quickly get damaged unless there is some form of protection. Foam is also subject to warping caused by the…

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    9-Aug-08 What Was In The Main Hall part 1

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    Jeremy Shannon with some help from John Shaw ran Ent making over two days for NWA members. Start by making a skeleton of the basic shape from twisted wire. Bulk it out with masking tape. Add a face, tree roots, detail areas and stick it to a base with epoxy putty (“green stuff”). Paint other…

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    Trebuchets are great engines of war that hurl huge stones to crush the enemy. The Gondorians used these devices to protect the great city of Minas Tirith from anyone trying to beiege them. This article shows how to make your own trebuchets from simple and readily available materials, such as bamboo chopsticks. Excellent economy if…

  • The big event for our friends at Western Suburbs Wargames Association (WSWA) each year is their open day. Well worth a trip to the other side of Melbourne. Lots of displays from within the club, from visiting clubs (including NWA) plus the great variety of trade stands including Eureka Miniatures (Nic Robson), Military Simulations (Colin…

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    Warhammer 40k is a a game of tabletop warfare set in the dark future of the 41st millennium. You control powerful armies of Space Marines, Imperial Guardsmen, Space Orks, Battle Sisters or other deadly creatures such as Tyranids as they fight to survive on the harsh battlefields across the universe. Huge war machines, powerful supporting…