Monday, 12 February 2007

Vanvlak unveils his latest works

That madman Vanmullikan has reveilled his latest Nef works! Typically, he has written some excellent background to go with them too:
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First there is the Slava, lead ship of her class, this hopelessly obsolete hulk was given by the Russian Emperor to the Knights when they left Russia to return to Malta in 1883. She is used as a training ship by the knights, and the younger generations have propelled her into all too many sticky situations....


A Bordeaux class, one of two used by pirate-members of the Grand Congregation of Sky Pirates. This is the Warlock.


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The other pirate Bordeaux! The Esmeralde, captained by a disgruntled French royalist.

Well Done V! Up to your usual standard of excellence! I like the Slava in particular because she is such a different design. (Note that these two miniatures are produced by Wessex Games, rather than Brigade Models)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sorry, where's that John Cleese picture at the top of the site from?

Tas said...

Monty Python's "Meaning of Life" - a great movie with belly laughs and chuckles aplenty!

dafrca said...

V,

Some nice ships there!

dafrca

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