Friday, 3 January 2014

WW2 IN COLOUR


Following on from my last post WW2 in sepia, pictures of the Warlord Panzer IV and Hanomag's that I painted recently. I still need to paint the tank commander which is on the work bench at the moment along with some more terrain that I have been working on. 

"Mount up, we have reports of enemy sightings in the nearby village".









"Raus, scnell, search the buildings".
 

 
One lot in and one lot out.

 
No trace, mount up for the wild goose chase.












John Warren came around last week and we had a game of Chain of Command using the above vehicles against American paratroopers and tonight I am taking the same vehicles around to Dave Green's for a game of Bolt Action. Great to get them on the table so quickly.     

20 comments:

  1. The pictures are amazing again, as are your figures (respectively the AFV's). I'd really love to see them in action.

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  2. A stunning serie of greate pictures Pat !!!

    Looking forward to the AAR´s from your games and a comparisson CoC and BA:)

    Best regards Michael

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  3. Brilliant. Makes me want to start collecting WWII again. The sepiia ones came out well :-D

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  4. Really awr¡esome poainting work and scenery! What a beatiful table to play, must be a real joy

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  5. Another great work, I love it!

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  6. Very realistic troops and images. They really convey the feel of the battlefield. Looking at those machine gunners in the half-tracks gives me the chills. Best, Dean

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  7. As always just lovely work coming off your brush!

    Christopher

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  8. Very nice models and pictures, perfect for an AAR report!

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  9. They look fantastic Pat! Great photography too!

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  10. Some really excellent photos, you do have to actual pinch yourself that the pics aren't teal!

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  11. Really great photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. They do look really good in colour!

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  13. Wow, smashing stuff.
    Really impressive, both the miniatures and the terrain.

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