This is my second German squad for Bolt Action. I think the camo turned out a little bit better than the first squad's camouflage but the next squad will be the Oak Tree pattern which is one of my favorites.
These guys are all 1/72 scaled Caesar German Panzer Grenadiers and the LMG gunner is from Armourfast. I'll have to watch that one - the AF guys love to shed their paint job at the slightest touch...
|dry brushed with "ushabti bone - formerly bleached bone"|
|ready for action...these guys mean business!|
|Armourfast LMG gunner|
|Probably my favorite picture|
Okay - next up - Paul from Plastic Warriors' awesome trade - M2/3 Bradley IFVs and M1 Tanks for my 20mm skirmish needs. I have enough for a platoon or two of brads to capture a key highway overpass during the drive on Baghdad! Stay tuned for that.
Also - a progress report - The Summer of Horse and Musket has not lost any steam as I now have 2 British Napoleonic Foot Battalions based (painted by a different owner and purchased on ebay years ago...) as well as a French Foot Artillery Battery for Black Powder. I am basecoating another SYW Austrian and Prussian Regiment, and will be painting a Napoleonic French Battalion up immediately after that.
My Rapid Fire 15mm German and Russian Battalion is almost finished with 1 more Russian Company to finish, along with the German Weapons Company and the German Battalion HQs.
For Micro-FLames of War I have 2 Russian Tank Companies finished, along with 2 German Mk IVH platoons, a German Panzer Kompanie HQs, and I'm finally starting my Gepanzerte Infantry Platoon in 251 halftracks. Why didn't I think of doing Flames of War in 6mm sooner!??!
If anyone has experience with that, drop me a line in the comments box, by the way.