Unofficial additional unit labels

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4 years 4 months ago #3715 by outremer
Check out the difference in finish between an "inked" label (right) and un-"inked"

(left).
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4 years 1 month ago #3819 by keithabarker
I wanted some different blocks for the Swiss troops in the Spanish army at Bailen so I made a label using a picture I found on pinterest.



How do you make or where do you buy the extra blocks?

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4 years 1 month ago #3825 by Grondeaux
You can purchase extra blocks direct from GMT. Just send them an inquiry.

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11 hours 56 minutes ago - 11 hours 49 minutes ago #6718 by mwitz

Bayernkini wrote: Final i found some usefull pics for an Ottoman/Mameluke army.

The Cossack CAV represent a militia cavalry, which should use the russian COS rule, therefore i named it Cossack ;)

Update: added Heavy CAV and Camel CAV



Single Labels

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File Name: Ottoman_labels.zip
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Added frames to and resized the Ottoman images so they can be easily imported into Vassal without having to edit them in the attached.

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File Name: OttomanPie...ages.zip
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Last edit: 11 hours 49 minutes ago by mwitz. Reason: properly replying to earlier post

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