Sonntag, 25. August 2013

Rush for Berlin 11: Assault rifles & Panzerfäuste

This week I'm a bit proud on myself as I finally managed to get my ass back on the painting table.
As a result I got some new men for my Bolt Action late war Germans ready for battle.



As for the rules I now have enough assult rifles waving madmen for  a fully equipped squad of Volksgrenadiere. 5 men including the NCO are carrying the StG44 while one carries the MG42 and the remaining 4 are wielding the MP40 and a panzerfaust each.









The only BAM figure in my army.


 In my oppinion the Warlord separate weapons are a perfect fit for the Artizan figures. Personally I like painting the Artizan miniatures a lot more but the weapons on the newer ones are much to tiny for my taste. I would have preferred if he had stuck to the much too bulky cartoonish ones.
I think I finally found my way in doing the splinter camo. With this in mind I'd wish I had done the whole stuff in splinter.

Hope you like 'em and have a nice weekend!

Kommentare:

  1. Great looking minis. The Stg44s look a little too big but they are well painted. They look like the fire the 8mm Mauser round rather than the 8mm Kurtz round.

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  2. That is a wonderfully mean looking unit, really enjoyed the painting on these - bravo Sir.

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  3. Very nice, they look good, awesome clean paint job!

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  4. Excellent work My friend!!! I'm very impressed by the camo work, truly amazing!

    Best regards Michael

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  5. Wonderful painting and very inspirational. Having a go at painting splinter camo myself at the moment and if they turn out half as good as yours I will be a happy man.
    Pat.

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  6. Splittertarn, love-hate of any WW2 wargamer I reckon. Your rendition looks convincing to a layman like me, well done!
    As you've mentioned Bolt Action – any chance to convert you to Chain of Command by TooFatLardies? ;-)

    Cheers, SG
    mountainsoflead.com

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  7. Very nice work indeed Nick! The splinter camo turned out excellent! Perhaps my US Airborne will get chance to challenge them!>:-)

    Christopher

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  8. Fabulous work. I too prefer the Artizan castings - they have a great bulk about them and take paint very nicely.

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  9. Amazing detail and painting skill involved here. Your faces and highlighting are incredible.

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  10. The camouflage of the miniatures is spectacular!
    congratulations on such a good job

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