Command & Colours in 1/72

9 years 7 months ago #374 by Conrad-Kinch
I've been playing more Command & Colours: Napoleonics, mainly the Maida and Corunna scenarios. I posted a link some time ago of the "travel set" I made using 2mm blocks from Irregular miniatures.

My next attempt is exactly the opposite; it's big and its difficult to transport, but it is fun.

Corunna in 1/72

Maida in 1/72

What I really enjoy about this big version of the game is that it allows me to play a quick game of Napoleonics, but still scratch that toy soldier itch.

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9 years 6 months ago - 9 years 6 months ago #428 by pascal72

Thank you for the links : I agree that C&C Napoleonics with figures and terrain 3D is also an enjoyable experience, giving another dimension..:)

Here is Vimiero, last week-end, at our Club :

Most 1/72 figures are old Airfix, Hät and Italeri, the map with drawned hex can be rolled for transport..;)


Alea jacta est...
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