European Buildings

28mm Paper Models for 18th & 19th Century Wargames

Florian Richter, Peter Dennis

This is the perfect add-on supplement not just for Helion's famous 'Paper Boys' book series but for other wargames periods and systems too. In this book you will find all the building you need for a 18th and 19th rural or city landscaped terrain. Here will be some 22 pages of artwork intended to be cut straight out of the book pages.
Date Published :
September 2018
Publisher :
Helion and Company
Language:
English
Series :
Paperboys on Campaign
Illustration :
color artwork t/out
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781912390939
Pages : 48
Dimensions : 11.75 X 8.25 inches
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$29.95

Overview
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This is the perfect add-on supplement not just for Helion's famous 'Paper Boys' book series but for other wargames periods and systems too. In this book you will find all the building you need for a 18th and 19th rural or city landscaped terrain. Here will be some 22 pages of artwork intended to be cut straight out of the book pages. Subjects to include village buildings, a church, farmhouse, windmill etc. The models are scaled to 28mm, but through deft use of a photocopier can be rescaled for other popular sizes of figures.

About The Author
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Florian grew up in Germany, where wargaming is more unusual even than in Britain or the US. His interest in Roman and Napoleonic military history led him to build his own paper and coin armies before he discovered that wargaming was a real hobby. Today he plays both hex and counter and miniature games. CS Forester's Hornblower novels engendered a fascination for Napoleonic naval history, which combined with his interest in paper modelling and illustration makes him ideally qualified to be the creator of the Trafalgar profile model book. Florian graduated in East Asian Studies at Heidelberg and lives in Hamburg, Germany.

Peter has made his living as a freelance illustrator for 40 years, mostly working on historical subjects, notably in recent years for Osprey in the UK, and for various wargame figure manufacturers in the form of box art. Jacobites were the subject of his first experiments with paper soldiers. He is half-Scottish and the subject has always had a special appeal. Castles formed a major theme in his days as a children's book illustrator so in 'Castle assault' he is returning to his illustrative roots  and squeezing as much masonry and siege equipment as he can into the format, alongside Bannockburn and more Scottish heroics. Peter has played with toy soldiers in one way or another for most of his life, and his work and hobby come together in this paper soldier revival project with Helion books. He lives in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, in the UK.

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