Wednesday, 16 November 2016

SETTING THE SCENE part 10 - PANZERGRENADIERS.

Following on from the Volksgrenadier we now have the Panzergrenadier platoon plus supports ready for 'Setting the Scene'.

A mixture of Artizan and Warlord miniatures with a few conversions thrown in.

Warlord Miniatures Winter HQ set.


HQ Briefing.

Panzergrenadier Platoon plus supports - Additional Senior Leader, Medic, FOO, 4th Grenadier Squad. I will use the mortar, sniper and ATG from the Volksgrenadier supports when needed.
  
On the road, track, wheel and foot.







 










 






 
 
The Volksgrenadiers bringing up the rear of the column.
 




 
 
The GI's next.

37 comments:

  1. Terrific stuff as usual Pat. I will look forward to seeing the GI's.

    John

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  2. Once again a dazzling show! Atmospheric and amazing job, and so realistic...As I listened, I could almost hear the plans scaffolded by this wonderful HQ...Brilliant Pat!

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  3. It makes me feel chilly just looking at the photos!

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  4. I, too, feel the chill looking at your splendid work!

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  5. Breathtaking Pat, truly inspirational.

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  6. More amazing photos & brushwork! Cheers!

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  7. Absolute wargames porn, love the figures the vehicles and the terrain, jealous surely not...

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  8. kin.excellent!!!!! Only one tiny Thing missing..Sound

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  9. Beautiful stuff Pat! Off to find a heater now, to warm up!

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  10. Absolutely marvellous. I got frost bite just looking at your work.

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  11. You can feel the icy wind and hear the snow crunching under foot and track in every photo. Stunning. Although I do have one complaint. I've been trying to talk myself out of making winter boards. These photos aren't helping any. Must...resist...must...resist...

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  12. Amazing work as always Pat! So utterly atmospheric!

    Christopher

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  13. Fantastic work and just in time for the Christmas holiday break. Your terrain and figures are always an inspiration.

    Nathan

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  14. Good lord Pat... More amazing looking minis on a very lovely terrain setup. Your photo skills also help bring them to life for sure.

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  15. As always Pat a post on your blog is like drinking a fine 30 year old single malt - something to be savoured and enjoyed slowly and in a fine and comfortable setting ( read - my lounge chair!). This is top shelf and a joy to be following.

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  16. Fantastic looking scenery, figures and vehicles, brilliant snow effect. Looking forward to your book.
    All the best Iain

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  17. Drooling!!! Damn, it just keeps getting better. I hope you are still planning to do your book on this subject?

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  18. Absolutely impressive Pat! That armoured column is absolutely intimidating and your take on the SS camo is stunning to say the least. Can't wait to see it all come together in your book.

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  19. Absolutely fantastic, many fine and small details, such as a snowy barbed wire fence and many others, of course, also larger. (like english tv-serie or movie)
    Very natural, and the snow looks very wet, such as the European winter is.
    Perhaps you like winter time.

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  20. Excellent work Pat,that's one road train of nasty Germans looking for a fight.
    cheers JOhn

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  21. Pat - Brrrrr! Awesome work as usual!

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  22. Absolutely fantastic yet again.
    /Mattias

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  23. Oh MY! I adore this. Its winter in MN so not a stretch to imagine this out my back window. I have a lot of reading to catch up with!

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  24. Marvellous, marvellous!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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