Bronze Age galleys w-i-p

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Bronze Age galleys w-i-p

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A certain amount of fine detail & touch-ups to do but the NKE boats are starting to look OK.
More crew are also on the painting table.

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I'm not sure about anyone else, but I like the contrast between the sleek Sea People's galleys & the commandeered merchant vessels used by the NKE.
When my sea mat from Tinywargames arrives, it will also help.

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Very impressive, Donald.

I prefer the little merchant vessels.....so cute.

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Another vote for the smaller vessels! All looks promising mind.
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Essex Boy wrote: Sun Mar 24, 2024 8:37 am Very impressive, Donald.

I prefer the little merchant vessels.....so cute.

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Thank you for your kind comments. But "cute"? I think many adjectives might apply (eg the Australian "rough as guts" etc) but I'm not sure about "cute"

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Cute is as cute does!
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