I'm "working under contract" for Bear of our gaming group. He doesn't have much room to paint and I'm glad to do what I can in this. He wanted some late WWII German SS troops in the cammo smock. I've done the autumn pattern for myself and I decide to do the "spring" pattern for Bear. They cannot be mistaken one for the other.
|Machine Gun crew for an HMG MG-42 (Warlord Games, I believe)|
|Another MG-42 in HMG configuration|
I don't know who's figures these are as far as the manufacturer goes.
|Bear got ahold of the SS Sturmbattalion "Charlemagne" box by Warlord so that's were these guys are from.|
Not the NCO in the soft cap has an Italian SMG.
|Warlord products with a fist-full of panzerfaust.|
This time the man in the middle is using a captured PPsH SMG. An interesting touch!
|Warlord again... with the Mauser 98k and the Stg-44.|
I kept the overcoated figures in feldgrau.
|An unknown manufacturer in an early uniform -|
Marching boots and cammo smocks and helmet nets.
|Same as above.|
I usually black prime and ink the figures in brown when they're painted.
|More Warlord SS troops with the Sturmgewehr-44|
|A self-indulgent close-up to show the cammo painted tunic, trousers, and helmet cover.|
|And the rear view.|
|Keeping with the "Bear" theme, here's the command unit.|
|Infantry "cubs" of the line.|
|I'm rather pleased with the standard. |
There's another with a "Huny" jar on the pole and I'll do the flag in contrasting colours.
|15mm SYW Austrian Kurassiers by Old Glory|
|A Saxon general and a Reichsarmee general by Essex and Old Glory respectively.|
|Austrian Grenzinfantrie... old figures by Frontier Miniatures|
|Old Glory 25mm WWI German infantry in gas masks.|
When my son moved out to London, ON, these were left behind and might
well be added to my Pulp gaming figures.
|Black Tree Design WWII Russians in 25mm.|
|Here's an old model.|
A downloaded paper model of the German A7 tank.
I just realised that we're looking at it's backside.
|Various fantasy and Sci-fi figures from Reaper Miniatures.|
Some of their stuff is now cast in a rubbery resin which is more affordable but they bend
and have to be heated slightly to straighten.
|Early WWII Poles by Warlord.|
This army fascinates me somewhat.
|A Black Tree Design German painted as a Finn. Even Finns get cold!|
I realised I hadn't inked this figure.
|25mm Essex (ancient!) Legio Lancierii as an addition to my wife's Arthurian army or my Late Roman army.|
The shield is based on documentation but represents no specific unit.
|A Warlord WWII Japanese HMG team.|
I picked these up for an obscure and mistaken reason, so now they'll go to Martin for his Japanese army.
Like them, Martin?
|A batch of 15mm Landsknechts picked up at the last Hot Lead bring-and-buy.|
The photo turned out a bit dark, but there's lots of colour there.
|Late entry - Two Gaul warriors from Wargames Factory.|
Nice figures in plastic although they tend to "spread out" a bit since their arms are wide for the most part.