In the first of a new series Florian Richter presents colour profile models of every ship on both sides in this epic battle. In a change to previous paper soldier titles, these ships can be cut straight out of the book to create the British, French and Spanish fleets.
‘Fleets in profile’ is an occasional series in which the fleets involved in great Naval battles are depicted with simply made ‘profile’ models which can be made straight out of the book pages without copying them.
All the ‘Paper Soldier’ books contain figure/ship sheets, as complete a collection of the types needed for the subject war as I could think of, and terrain items, trees and buildings. The ‘source book’ idea is that the reader is invited to copy the pages as often as he needs to build his army. Figure stands are made with glue and scissors, but wargaming is a craft hobby, and the work required is much less demanding than traditional figure painting. Andy Callan, who has a long track record in wargames innovation has come up with rules sets designed to be playable and easily understood by the beginner.