Friday, May 06, 2016

Mapping loveliness....

Name me a wargamer who doesn't love a map...  for me I immediately start imagining the movement of troops, and before you know it a campaign is launched... 

This [clicky] therefore is very interesting - fill her boots...



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  1. That map happens to depict the area of one of my favorite engagements from WW2! Nicely done, sir.

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    1. Steven - I can't take the praise for that - was done by the guy whose blog page I quote.... it is a particularly nice depiction though...

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    1. Thanks Pat - too good to keep to myself....

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  3. "for me I immediately start imagining the movement of troops, and before you know it a campaign is launched..."

    A burden we all bear Chris! Thanks for sharing

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    1. Paul, I've told you before, I'm only Chris at the weekends... :o)

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    1. Ta Ray... right up Postie's street I'd say?

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  5. Good link, I can see myself having a play with that!

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    1. ...and therein lies the danger, Lee.. before you know it you have a little part of Normandy mapped and a Bolt Action campaign of linked scenario's all planned out... hint hint.. :o)

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  6. Just the kind of thing I'm looking for... except I have a Mac.

    The search continues.

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    1. Sorry Keith... :o)

      Henry's a big Mac user, would he be worth checking out? Some of the maps he's just done for the Ayton Old School gathering were brilliant...

      In fact.... here ==> http://henrys-wargaming.co.uk/?p=2388

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