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





Friday, 23 July 2021

Little And Large

 A couple of additions to my World War Two collections, first up an Emhar Models YAK3 in 1/72nd scale.


Its not very often that planes appear in my Battlegroup games but I like planes so I am adding to the collection for when they do.

Second is a Rubicon Models Sherman Mk. III for my 28mm late war British collection.



Next game here at OHQ is scheduled for Monday, a First Carlist War game using Black Powder rules.

TTFN




18 comments:

  1. Lovely work on the Yak3. Love the canopy. Is spray painting involved here for both?

    Cheers,
    Helen

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    1. Thank you Helen. Indeed it was using a Badger Patriot 105.

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    2. Great Phil, thanks for that.

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  2. Splendid Russian plane, let's hope it does appear frequently! Tank is nice too. See you Monday all being well.

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    1. Thank you chap, it may appear but frequently is very unlikely 🙂. Let's hope for a none blue Monday.

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  3. Lovely work on both tank and plane, even if the latter may not appear in a game as much as one would like.

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    1. Thank you Steve, well has I am usually the Germans I certainly don't mind it's none appearance. Now a Stuka perhaps🤔

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    2. Now I'm with you on a nice Ju-87 appearing over the table. I've always hand a fond spot for it ever since owning the Dinky Toy (?) version with a dropping bomb in the 70's. Many happy memories of trying to hit stuff and failing miserably!

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  4. Yak3 is perfect, nicely feathered weathering on the camo.

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    1. Thank you kindly Norm, pleased you like my efforts.

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  5. Very handsome model making, Phil!

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  6. Very nice Phil, need some ‘flyers’ myself.

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    1. Thank you George. Planes certainly make a change from tanks and figures.

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  7. Great looking toys and that tank commander is the most enthusiastic looking fighter this side of The Crusades!

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    1. Thank you Matt, he does indeed look a little keen. He hasn't spotted that Tiger yet perhaps.

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    1. Thank Christopher, it's nice to see my less is more approach to painting is getting a favourable reception

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