These are the latest batch of figures and vehicles that I have just finished painting for my modern period. The figures come from three different companies, the first are from Eureka Miniatures.
Second group of figures are from Radio Dishdash which are sold by Empress Miniatures.
The rest of the figures and the vehicles are from Empress Miniatures.
A few of the figures I haven't based as I want to be able to fit them in the back of some vehicles.
Also I haven't glued these guys down onto the motor bikes as the pillion riders can also be used to ride in the back of some pickup trucks, also there may be gaming occasions when I want just the bikes without riders parked up outside buildings.
The Toyota Pickup trucks are resin with metal wheels and come from Empress Miniatures. They have a variety of support weapons that you can load them up with.
Here they are along side some diecast vehicles that I had painted previously. They are not a perfect match scale wise but they will do for gaming purposes.
The latest batch.
And with the previous stuff that I have done.
A couple of action shots to finish.
Lovely work Pat. A very threatening looking bunch. Really like the technicals, and the guy in the red tracksuit.ReplyDelete
Top-notch pictures as always, splendid figures, love the motor bikes...ReplyDelete
Excellent looking miniatures and gaming table. I have just ordered some of these along with Taliban figures from Empress and am eagerly waiting on their arrival after seeing this. Are the buildings your own or bought as they are also excellent.ReplyDelete
Very nice! Especially the weathering on the trucks is spot onReplyDelete
Ross, the buildings are mostly scratch built apart from one. See previous posts.
Loving the guy in the Tracksuit lets hope its not polyester with all that hot lead flying around.ReplyDelete
Fantastic work, Pat. A chilling and tough group of fellas on any table, I'll be sure. I love the motorcycles, although our chum Richard Clarke always likes to describe them as "deploy-ride on-get shot quickly troops"!.ReplyDelete
That's quite a collection you have there Pat! Love the red tracksuit!!ReplyDelete
wow !! this is perfect !ReplyDelete
figures, vehicles, accessories, buildings..... I like them all !
You're bringing the hobby to a whole new level Pat. Your style is just..unique! Wonderful, just wonderful. :)ReplyDelete
Simply outstanding Pat! Your take on the hobby tells a story each time you post.ReplyDelete
Thanks again chaps for your kind comments.ReplyDelete
All of your figures and terrain are so realistically painted and detailed. The insurgents in Western attire really bring home the reality where living in today.ReplyDelete
Fantastic! They are all just superbly painted!ReplyDelete
beauiful collection and fantastic paintingReplyDelete
These are beautiful Pat - simply wonderful collection that just keeps getting better and better. How are you finding CoC for this period?ReplyDelete
Carlo, I have yet to try out the 'Fighting Season' rules yet, as Richard Clarke had to delay the testing of this due to his bad back. Hopefully he will have it all up and running by Salute.
What a great set of minis and vehicles. Brilliant!!ReplyDelete
Great painting Pat! Lovely action photos too!ReplyDelete
Awesome work, Pat !ReplyDelete
Actually modern middle-east wargaming isn't my cup of tea but your work really allures me... ;-)
Exellent work Pat!ReplyDelete
Always so much inspiration on you blog, tempted to start a new project... Not good at all ;)
Looking forward to AAR's from you games to come:)
Best regards Michael
Amazing work, especially the layers of weathering on the cars really impresses me a lot. Some of the insurgent minis look like they could also be used for a eastern Ukraine setup.ReplyDelete
Thanks again chaps.Delete
BP, yes they could be used for the Ukraine I guess and Empress Miniatures are now doing the Russians in their modern range.
Fantastic painting work. All of them are really brilliant.ReplyDelete
Brilliant models and painting as ever! Out of interest the guys in all black, who are they painted to represent? Any group in particular?ReplyDelete
Mike, the guys in black were just painted on a whim. The leader with the glasses just made me think of Stallone in The Expendables.
I just thought it was a great way to mark out more elite Taliban or insurgents I was going to steal/borrow! I've got loads in 20mm for Force on Force but needed a quick and effective way to mark out the Tier One and Foriegn Fighters from the locals/farmer Taliban militia types.Delete
What's not to like, outstanding post. Especially like the vehicles..including the bullet holes in the windscreen. Excellent!ReplyDelete