|The whole bunch.|
|GPMGs. Mix of Revell Modern British and Esci Modern Americans.|
|The .50cal is a Caesar Modern American, while the HMG and crew are Elhiem Modern Americans.|
|GMG and crew are Elhiem Modern Americans.|
|Javelin teams are Modern Australians from Wartime Miniatures.|
I infer from your last remark that these are NZ Army guys? If so, can you tell us about the project?ReplyDelete
Good to see activity on this blog, Brian!
Thanks Ion! Yes, these are meant to represent NZ Army personnel.They are to go with the other items I have made on the same theme. I will have to give you a call in the next couple of weeks to have a bit of a natter.Delete
Excellent work on these stands Brian. You are right about the colour of the uniform. The colour in the pattern fades easily so at this scale its probably a waste of time.ReplyDelete
What colours did use as a matter of interest?
The base uniform colour is GW Karak Stone, and the webbing etc is Vallejo 70921 English Uniform.
And you are so right about the fading. Originally I was going to go with a base of GW Rotting Flesh, and fleck in some Karak Stone, US Army Green, and some mid brown. I did do something similar on another figure, but the brown wash completely overwhelmed it.
Still looked good though:)
Cheers! I will hunt down that stone colour!Delete
Nice work, CD?ReplyDelete
Nope, I haven't based these for CD (although I plan to base up some for CD3 once I find a TOE I'm happy with).
What's with the basing? Are these intended as teaching aids rather than wargaming elements?ReplyDelete
These are for use as teaching aids.Delete