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





Sunday, 23 June 2019

Yes I Know, But No, But

I have all this Mediterranean terrain I need to utilise, with more to come when Pat 's Med book comes out in due course. So it's World War Two Italy here we come......
Perry plastic DAK, I picked up a box of the US infantry off Dave Thomas at Partizan, so standby.
TTFN

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  1. Nice looking Germans, I'm looking forward to the book too!
    Best Iain

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    1. Thank you Iain. Yes I think the book is going to be a goodie.

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  2. Very nice Phil...
    Are you ‘in’ all they way or is this going to be a skirmish based adventure?

    All the best. Aly

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    1. Thank you Aly. Intend to use Battlegroup Rules so it will grow like topsy I have no doubt.

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  3. They look very nice and your not the only one looking to go to WWII Italy.;-)

    Christopher

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    1. Thank you Christopher. It's a much neglected theatre, that as always been in the back of my mind to do.

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  4. Lovely work, I did a box of these for a mate a few years ago and was only thinking this past week how nice they were.

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    1. Thank you Paul. They certainly paint up a treat, looking forward to getting some paint on the GI s

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  5. An excellent project Phil! I get to play more games on your wonderful Mediterranean terrain!

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  6. Now that’s a good idea........I have been pondering similar for my germans so will be nice to see the project develop. Although my early germans are better suited to Crete or Greece perhaps 🤔

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    1. I was very tempted to do Crete, but got lured back to Italy by the Perry Americans, plus they will do for Tunisia too.

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  7. Very nice Phil, but I must not even think about it.

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    1. Thank you George. No you have the Russians to do first ;~)

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  8. They look fantastic. The Italian Campaign is interesting with its mix and match uniforms (plus Anzio and The Big Red One are a couple of my guilty pleasures!).
    Obviously if they'd let Monty finish the job it wouldn't have gone on for so bally long!

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  9. Thanks Matt. A much neglected campaign, my mum's best friend husband served there and my old boss.

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  10. Good choice of theatre and immaculate painting as always!

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