Following on from my last post today we have some more Soviets as well as the first Germans in 20mm. But let's start with the Soviets shall we? Again these are lovely sculpts from AB Figures.
Then we have the first squad of German Infantry to oppose those above Soviets. Again these are AB Figures. For flexibility I painted up enough men to either field them as regular Infantry with just one LMG or as Panzergrenadiere with two LMGs.
While I went with a completely different paint scheme with my Soviets than in 28mm, for the Germans I very much stuck to my standard recipe .
26 upright and 2 prone figures in 20mm make for 108 points to add to my total. So 611 points this year thus far.
Apologies for this rather short post but I don't really feel very talkative today. So I hope all of you stay safe and get vaccinated as quickly as possible.
Works of art!ReplyDelete
Those are really wonderful Nick, short post? A picture paints a thousand words🙂ReplyDelete
Great looking Soviets and Germans, Nick. I'm very impressed with you working in both 28mm and 20mm for the same period.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work as always!ReplyDelete
Great looking figures...and bases, well done!ReplyDelete
Splendid toys Nick... as always.ReplyDelete
All the best. Aly
Stunning work my friend! Your German 'recipe' is brilliant.ReplyDelete
These are looking greatReplyDelete
Once again you’ve set the bar even higher. Inspirational painting on those lovely figures. Hurrah for 20mm and AB!ReplyDelete
Fantastic work sir! The greens look so vibrant. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
These 20mm are right up there with your 28mm and that is saying something. Superb brushwork, especially the Germans.ReplyDelete
DId you use a different recipe for these Soviet uniforms? They seem a bit greener compared to the more brownish tone in your previous uniform guide. I love the way these look and would like to try a similar uniform scheme on my 15mm Soviets for CoC.ReplyDelete