Forgive the title - just figured out how to get the macro setting on my camera to actually work AND finished this sweet stand of 15mm Old Glory WWII Soviet riflemen.
|Different Angle - note the static grass - I have had good luck with that stuff|
|Here we come to liberate the motherland!!!|
|Side view - note the rifle stocks|
|Rear view. Note the bedrolls and knapsacks. Had a difficult time picking the correct colors.|
They are originally based for Crossfire but I could theoretically use them for blitzkrieg commander, spearhead or any other rules set i wanted to. There are many, many more...
Nice paint work and basing. Better red than dead!ReplyDelete
Thanks Paul! Appreciate the comment. I think they look pretty good. I'll be painting up quite a few of them over the summer, 1 stand at a time.ReplyDelete
Very nice job Steven. Just a bit of advice. Given the figures are in summer dress, perhaps a bit of suntan is not out of place, so I would add brown to the flesh. Also, the uniforms were far from uniform in colour during WW2, ranging from pale yellow to dark khaki, with the shirt usually a different colour to the pants. This would give your Red Army figures a bit more of a 'campaign' look.ReplyDelete