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howlin mad murdock
01-02-2009, 20:42
anybody on the forum know where to get printable images of brit field dressing
circa 1982. any tutorials on how to make the same. thanks in advance HMM.

pukingdog
01-04-2009, 18:43
I'll check out my Graham stuff, and see if that can be scanned. May take a few days, as other games are afoot.

Mike

howlin mad murdock
01-04-2009, 19:12
hey PD that,s great if you could scan that for me . no hurry i take weeks and weeks to finish a bash plus i,m still pulling together parts. thanks in advance.
HMM.

pukingdog
01-10-2009, 14:22
The "Graham" piece seems to be a NATO issue field dressing (no surpise there), in English and French, but didn't scan in very well. I jinn'd up the following, and while it's not really readable, the DML is only barely perceiveable at that scale.

https://www.onesixthwarriors.com/photo/data/501/NATO_drsg.jpg

The dressing in onesix scale measures about 1" x 0.75" (25mm x 19mm), when folded over. It's a light khaki tan color with black print.

See if this works. Printed on the right color of material, you should be able to cut up ten packets.

pukingdog
01-10-2009, 14:24
Please pardon my bolloxed-up Francais, I couldn't read the curved packet pic very well, and had to compare and edit with Babel Fish.

howlin mad murdock
01-10-2009, 14:58
hey D big thank you for this scan. i'm sure a lot of others will find this handy too.
so thanks again. HMM.

onionfry
01-11-2009, 07:38
gee thanks bro, this is really great

onionfry
01-11-2009, 07:45
http://i17.ebayimg.com/03/i/000/f9/e4/51c0_1.JPG

found this image through google, i just paste the picture location.
if this is the right same thing, this is how the dressing should look like. and the color could be a reference to what puking dog mean by "a light khaki tan color with black print."

pukingdog
01-11-2009, 12:28
These look like the newer issue, with a paper shell. I'm not certain when those became issue. The lower rright corner of the top packet looks like it could be a 2007 date.

The stuff that came with DML's Falklands figures had a cloth shell.

onionfry
01-12-2009, 07:33
hmm... cloth stuff printed should be kinda hard right?

pukingdog
01-12-2009, 20:12
They make printable linen sheets, before that abud of mine would stretch thin cloth over thin paperboard. What would be ideal, would be a rubber stamp.

onionfry
01-13-2009, 08:39
wew... who would carve in such a small stamp pad...
hey, what other accessories items could be done with printed materials huh? i am wondering to make my figures more realistic with some details, preferably cheap home-made ones
thanks

uramegak
01-28-2009, 08:16
Great resource, man! I've been wondering about these prints!

Thanks for posting!