The Random Ramblings Of A Wargamer And Painter (OHQ Painting Service) Of Associated Miniatures





Saturday, 3 August 2013

Slacking Again?

Well not really, just very busy and have just not got around to posting anything, I have played several games both here and at GHQ, the games here have been similar to the previous games posted so it seemed silly to post a variation of the same, whilst the games at GHQ are adequately covered on Dave's blog.

Anyway here is the latest stuff I have painted for myself, a Russian church for my Eastern Front 20mm games, this is an old Ian Weekly piece that Dave acquired for me a while ago, inspired by a recent game of Battle Group Kursk and wanting a change from painting figures I finally got around to finishing off. The fencing is from Hovels.




 I have also finished a group of Numeri for Dux Brittanniarvm and a casualty for denoting shock, I have another group of Saxons just awaiting shield transfers.

There will be a slight lull on the gaming front whilst Dave hosts a visit from his friends from Oz, but I do hope to get another game of BGK arranged in the meantime.

TTFN 

9 comments:

  1. Those numeri are just awesome! I realy like your shock marker.

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    1. Glad you like them, helps vindicate my new painting approach to get things painted and on the table.

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  2. Excellent work on St Ivan's, Phil! DB figures coming along nicely too.

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    1. Glad you like it, sorry it took so long to get done :-)

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  3. Wow....I've seen some fine Russian Churches in miniature, but that really stands out Phil. Lovely work on the figures as well!

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  4. Yes its a great piece and really easy to paint, hope I've done it justice. Thanks for the shock marker idea, it looks a treat.

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  5. Great looking job on the church Phil and the figures are lovely as always from a man of your talent.

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  6. Thanks Dave, I must pop over to your blog and check up on what you have up to.

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  7. One of the best churches I have seen been built for the gaming-table.

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