Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Syrian Scouts

Another new addition to the SAAF cluster is the S-model BRDM-2. Once again, S-model shows itself to be filling a niche with simple, highly detailed models of which wargamers should be scrambling for.



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I also finished some testers for SAAF troops. Standard woodland BDUs with AKsand a mix of PASG and older Soviet helmets. I am hoping to maintain a bit of a ragtag look to these guys, as in the case of dude #3, to really emphasize the long-running attrition the loyalists have been facing.



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7 comments:

  1. I think you achieved what you were going for with the SAAF. Look pretty badass.

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  2. Are those underfire miniatures? If so how do they compare to Elhiem? They look really nice. You are amassing quite the force :)

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  3. Same question as LittleNicky.

    They look great!

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  4. they are a combination of Under Fire and VEPA, they are a tiny bit taller than elhiem, but definitely mesh well with them!

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  5. A great collection you are accumulating. The underfire figures look really neat. You sure they mesh well and it won;t look like a bunch of legolases and bilbo baggins together? (If you get what I mean.)

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  6. Thanks guys.

    Jiaqi - as I've mentioned in the review, UFM and Elhiem work very well next to one another.

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