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Khurasan power armor infantry with conversions

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Jungle terrain and Japanese bunkers

I am thinking that a lot of my gaming over the next year or so will be set in Southeast Asia—14th Army’s campaigns, the liberation of the Philippines, and MacArthur’s battles in the Southwest Pacific, as well as the French Indochina War—and I decided to make some suitable jungle terrain.  Here’s the result, using plastic bamboo, floor mats, aquarium plants, and various types of flock.  The terrain is mounted on MDF and metal washers.  The river/creek is MDF.  The bunkers are small pieces of plywood, cut on a scroll saw and textured.  A friend has trees covered, so I’ve focused on brush, high grass, and bamboo thickets. I plan to still make some more, as supplies are ample.  15mm figures for scale.  Thanks for looking!

Friday, September 4, 2015

War in the Pacific: US Army and Japanese Army

I have painted two opposing platoons of US infantry and Japanese infantry for use in an upcoming Okinawa mini-campaign for my rules, A Sergeant's War.  They are 15mm scale; the Japanese are mostly Resistant Roosters (available from Historifigs) and the Americans are mostly Old Glory.  I think the Americans are actually paratroopers, but they were what I have so...close enough!

Thanks for looking! Lots of pics below.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

WWII Micro Armor: North Africa

I painted two GHQ WWII combat commands as a commission, one British and one German.  The customer will finish the basing at his end.