What's on your workbench?

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The Sedan chair set is really useful and looks lovely there.
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I don't drink these days but was gifted a couple of local ales today so poured a toast to Graham over some numidians I'm finishing before the Ayton panic painting starts.

Cheers all.

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A fine gesture
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Numidians finished. Just a couple of velites to finish and I've done all the lighter side of a Republican Roman army I have on a slow burn project. These were a Christmas present from Auntie Viv in 2019 who told me no one would bother getting me anything I wanted once I became a Dad. She wasn't far wrong.
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Those look good Tim
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I'm off next week and will have more time so I'm going to spam you lot with what has come off my workbench in the past few weeks for the Analogue Hobbies painting challenge
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Nice Punicy stuff Tim.

And look forward to seeing your stuff, VB.
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Very nice Numidians there!👍🏻
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Very nice, Tim.

How did you do the shields?

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All looking good Tim
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