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





Monday, 23 January 2017

Gas! Gas! Gas!

This is one of those pieces you don't need for a game, but which adds to the look of thing on the table. However I will use him as a sentry in our games as well.
The figure is from the Great War Miniatures, Leach Catapult set, I got this in a trade with Colonel Bill's, Dave was after the catapult for his VBCW collection but did not need the crew. The bell and post were from my bits box, Dave gave me these a while ago so I do not know the origin of them, he may of course remember and reply accordingly. 
I had a splendid Indian Mutiny game over at Dave's today, despite coming second, well I an used to this position now. This is ahead of a WI photo shoot later in the week, for Dave's article in a forthcoming issue, be sure to check out Tales From GHQ in due course for some shots of the debacle.

Next weeks game, Counter Attack At Chateau Pleque. The Germans will endeavour to re-take the hamlet, this time we will be using Through The Blood And The Mud rule set.

TTFN

13 comments:

  1. Don't need this for a game, but it certainly adds something special to a table, agree with you...Just superb!

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  2. That is a very nice little vingette.

    Cheers,

    Pete.

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  3. A great little piece there Phil!

    Christopher

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  4. A splendid addition to the game Phil. But if the vile Hun deploy gas in our next game they will regret it...

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  5. Those extra touches always stand out and are a treat.

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  6. That is cool. I really like it!

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  7. Lovely little touch....you just need a special rule for him 🙂

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  8. Lovely little addition to the collection.

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  9. Thank you for the kind comments and encouragement chaps.

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  10. That's a great vignette. You totally nailed the sheepskin vest. Well done.

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  11. Lovely little vignette, he looks great.
    Best Iain

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  12. Thank you for the comments, Michael & Iain, much appreciated.

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