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Painting and modelling 28mm Napoleonic wargaming miniatures

Call for volunteers

Posted by Martin on June 29, 2010

Are you the proud owner of a collection of painted Calpe Miniatures figures? If so, Peter F is looking for your assistance with a special mission. Here’s the brief…

Warhammer Historical is working on a Napoleonic version of its rules (I think the highly imaginative working title is Waterloo) and they’ve arranged a photo-shoot to take pictures of Peter F’s collection for the rulebook. However, Peter feels the need of more figures for the day – especially cavalry and artillery. And that’s where you come in, dear reader. If you think you’d be prepared to allow your figures to be used for this photo-shoot, then Peter F would very much like to hear from you. The date hasn’t been finalized yet but it’s likely to be some time in July.

If you do feel able to help out, in the first instance, please let us know by either commenting on the post or by using the contact form on the right of this page. Then I’ll forward your details to Peter F and he’ll take it from there.

It only remains for Peter F and I to thank you in advance!

4 Responses to “Call for volunteers”

  1. Will Warhammer Historical subsidise travel?

    More seriously no matter what you think of their rules Warhammer Historical put out pretty rules. It’s no surprise to me that they have tracked down Peter F. for some pictures.

    Salute
    von Peter himself, proudly resident inNew Zealand

    8O)

  2. Ralph said

    Yes if the photo shoot is to be Antipodean then I would gladly help out – might have to shoot my figures in soft focus though…..

    Ralph – New South Wales

  3. Marco Severino said

    I would rather gladly volunteer for the task, both as an admirer of Peter F’s work and a friend of sort too; I do have some decently painted Prussian cavalry and artillery units that would possibly be of use, but I am a resident of Italy, damn it! I’ve always thought I should have been an Englishman instead…

    Marco S, Genoa

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