Donnerstag, 21. Mai 2015

3rd BEF Section

Oh well, it has been a few days since my last post but real life... I think you know where this would end?
So I'll spare you (and me) the monologue and come straight to the reason for this post.



I've finally finished another Section for my slowly but steadily growing BEF force for Bolt Action. With three sections and some support options now finished I think it's about time to get a game in or two, don't you think?






Miniatures are Warlord Games again. Just a few things left to get the force up to strength. I've an AT gun, a Vickers Mark VI light tank as well as another commander sitting in the wings waiting for some love.

Kommentare:

  1. Good to see you back in action! Great work on those guys. Should be plenty enough for a quick game of Bolt Action now! So should we wait for a AAR soon? :)

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  2. Outstanding brushwork Nick! I agree you need to get these guys in some action on the tabletop(at my house so I can see them!).:-)

    Christopher

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  3. Masterful highlighting - looking very much forward to seeing what your painting skills will do for the Vickers light tank!

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  4. Impressively done again - everything from the facial expressions to the base work - fantastic.

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  5. Stunning brushwork and again, I admire the way you do your basing.

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  6. Looks like it's really coming along!

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  7. Stunning paint job on the BEF Britts :)

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  8. I love your style of painting and basing and has to be the best painted examples of this range that I have seen. Look forward to seeing them all together.

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  9. Fantastic work Moiterei. Worth the wait!

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  10. Absolutely wonderful brushwork!

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  11. Nick these really are superb! Would you be prepared to share the colour palette that you use for the metalwork of the weapons?

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    1. Of course. First apply Citadel Leadbelcher followed by a highlight of the unfortunately OOP Citadel Chainmail. As a last step I give everything two thorough washs using Armypainter Dark Tone. Hope this helps.

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    2. Thank you, it just looks spot on so going to give it a try.

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