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





Thursday, 29 November 2018

A Station East

Having long coveted the Lancer Miniatures eastern front railway station, a small tax refund and Kievan attending Colours meant that it would finally be mine, a pre show order was placed and collected. Although I really should crack on with Rahnstadt. I could not resist painting the little beauty first.




The figures in the last photo are from left to right OOP Battlefield, FAA and Elheim

TTFN



22 comments:

  1. You and David always seem to get something out of the ordinary, lovely.

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    1. Thank you George. I think it stems from our time on the show circuit we always tried to do something different each year.

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  2. Full of character and a very useful footprint.

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    1. Thank you Norm, you always need something to skulk in. I find.

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  3. Just wonderful old bean! I shall be proud to overrun it and its Fascist defenders for Mother Russia!

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    1. I am sure you will given my luck at the moment.

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  4. Splendid stuff Phil

    All the best. Aly

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  5. Very nice indeed I think I need something similar but perhaps for me more flexible can you remove the buildings ? Or fixed

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    1. Thank you Matt, glad to encourage you, every Eastern Front table needs a station at some point. It is all one piece, I know it makes stuff less versatile but I am coming around to basing buildings together.

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  6. Lovely characterful and useful model and of course very nice restrained painting!
    Best Iain

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    1. Thank you Iain. I was going to whitewash the warehouse but thought it would be too much white.

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  7. That looks great and I hope it graces many battlefields,

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  8. Thank you Paul. It will certainly feature in the WWII game, next up will be SCW though.

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  9. First time I have seen this model, very nice and painted to a very high standard.

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  10. Thank you Pat much appreciated. A lot of the older stuff goes under the radar these days.

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