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There are not many elderly gamers yet, however I hope it was of old age....
 
Right then need some sleep plus everything needs to dry - I’ve hit the more dodgy bits with red oxide texture paint, the go to filler for the Necromunda bodger! It’s now rust…..

I’ll be rattle can undercoating/basecoating first thing and then leaving it to dry for a few hours in this weather. Then it’s out with the sponges tomorrow night, easyily on deadline now 🤣.

Might even tidy up things have got a little messy during this mad rush of a project.




 
Wowsers that was a bit of a rush, but she’s done and entered into the YakComp;








Quite a few things I’d do differently given more time but I’ve proper enjoyed this one. Another finished project.
 
Wowsers that was a bit of a rush, but she’s done and entered into the YakComp;








Quite a few things I’d do differently given more time but I’ve proper enjoyed this one. Another finished project.
Give a pilot a cigar. Keep things exciting...
 
Wowsers that was a bit of a rush, but she’s done and entered into the YakComp;








Quite a few things I’d do differently given more time but I’ve proper enjoyed this one. Another finished project.
Wow! I really love that piece! Well done!
 
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Hmmm I’ve started on something completely new! I hope we don’t mind but this thread is going to be derailed for a spot of Bolt Action for a while! Presenting:

Die Wüstentrolle

I got the Bolt Action Africa Korps (DAK) Army in a box for Christmas, can you believe that all this comes in at £54!! Bargain.

It’s early days yet but I’ve got most of the bits, there’s a half track in the post and an extra figure sprue but that will only take the full army cost up to about £75!!! GW take note, I’m still in semi shock 🤣🤣




 
Aye, looking at Historical miniature prices does make you think just how far your budget could go compared to like, one ForgeWorld Necromunda figure!! (I got 40 Celts for £20. It’s currently £20 for one Escher Champion at FW!!! 😱)
 
If you're getting into WWII, check out Battlegroup written by Warwick Kinrade. The balance is based on the period each book is set in, but has a depth and flexibility not found in other systems.
It's not a competition rules set as it was designed to reflect, as close as possible, the events and situations of the battlefield on the tabletop. This includes support options such as resupply and engineers.
Also check out The Plastic Soldier Company for 15mm and 20mm quick build models.
I have some Russians and Germans for Kursk [1943].
Sadly I can't provide pics as I've just packed them for their move to Notts. I'm supposed to be following them later in the year, though a date isn't set yet.

p.s. The Airship is pretty cool.