Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The war factory goes into overdrive.

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update tiem that is.

first up the new BMP-2s by Liberation minis - definitely my favorite kit of this fellow so far. Nice and simple to put together and really capture the feel of it.

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Also based up a VAB for my upcoming tiny frenchy force.

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Stryker MGS - still need to paint up a crapload of stowage for this bad boy. I am seriously stoked with how the bar armor turned out, makes the vehicle look mean as hell.

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The APC variant of the same vehicle. Same deal as above: needs stowage.

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And now for something slightly different: Microarmor! I have been having major cravings to play larger-scale conflicts of late, so this is a nice place to start. Here are the beginnings of my Mid East force, with a bunch of T-62/62Ms and some BMPs and arty.

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Plain Jane T-62s

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modernized T-62Ms

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M110 SPG

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annnnd some good old fashion BMP-1s

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9 comments:

  1. Love it all. When you say the BMP2s are from Liberation, is that RH Models? I really love the Strykers, they look amazing.

    VAB looks top notch, can't wait to see what you do with a small group of Frenchies. I have 4 VABs built up and some Elhiem French that I eventually want to build up and do some Mali Intervention games.

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  2. Hey Nick,

    Yea lib = RH. Really nice kits.

    How would Mali war gaming go? French arrive on table, AQIM/MUJAO/Ansar Dine flee table.

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    1. Touche... so maybe I will just use my French in Afghanistan :-p

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    2. Not to far off look wise. At least from what I have seen, lots of those northern Mali rebels look like Taliban. At least from the pics i have seen.

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  3. Your work is truly world class! I will be looking around your site for a tutorial....amazing.

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  4. Nice, mate. Really nice, especially the Stryker with bar armor.
    Chris

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  5. Well up to your usual high standard, and remarkable painting of the 6mm stuff. Hats off, hail the Chief etc etc...!

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