Tuesday, 19 July 2011

20mm Painted WW2 AB Figures German Military Police.

........or as they were also called Chain Dogs, got a scaffold I need to paint to go with this set aswell.

Painted by Ray Rousell and finished by me.

Pictures are the usual quality.









49 comments:

  1. Nice pictures!

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  2. They look pretty good mate! Well done both to Ray and to you.

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  3. Loving those Chaindogs; don't know how you chaps get so much quality into such a small miniature!

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  4. They are great figs Fran and the one sitting casually on his bike, almost look slike he's looking at you whilst you take the pics.

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  5. Excellent details. I like the splatter of mud on the overcoats. Good work.

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  6. The detail really does come through, even in the relatively small pics. Nice.

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  7. very nice work Fran, kudos to you and Ray

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  8. My god you actually credited me for painting the figures THIS TIME!!! Git!

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  9. Very nice -- excellent teamwork!

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  10. Excellent work both of you. That's a very nice set of figures.

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  11. Nicely done guys. I like that MP sitting on the bike.

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  12. Chain dogs.... let's get the hell outa here!
    Nice work mate!!
    T.

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  13. Excellent job. The figures look perfect!

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  14. They look great! Good work Ray and Lurker :)

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  15. Great team work, guys. Hope you're both doing well and that you had an excellent weekend. Hugs from Miss Wiggy.

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  16. The details are awesome on those bikes! :)

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  17. hope they won't arrest anyone!

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  18. They're superb Fran. Particularly like the guy on the bike.

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  19. Very Nice!Really like the one sitting casually on the motorcycle.

    Christopher

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  20. I love those old style motorcycles. Beautifully done!

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  21. the're beautiful, good work!

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  22. Superb! The guy on the bike is especially well done.

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  23. very nice paintjob fellas. I struggle to paint the 28mm miniatures let alone the smaller stuff.

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  24. A great team effort. Who'd have thought it - Fran and Ray, just like ebony and ivory, living in perfect harmony!

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  25. Those look wicked. Love the color of the coats, and I wish I had one of those motorbikes.

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  26. those bikes are so sick. one time we found a bike like that, well maybe not like war era but like pretty close in a box in my buddies garage. built her and she ran great. just needs some new tires now

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  27. Very nice guys. Now all you need is the Jones Boys and you can have a bike chase ;)

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  28. Awesome, lovely miniatures and great painting!

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  29. What is the difference between painting and finishing?
    Lol@Bix's comment

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  30. Love the detailing of their coats.

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  31. Another really good paintjobs :D

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  32. Brilliant! Excellent work, now where are Sven, Porta and Tiny hiding?

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  33. It appears that you and Ray are quite the team.

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  34. yea,its kinda sad that the pictures are a little blured! I would love to see the details in closeup!

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  35. tag team painting appears to work for you gents. :)

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  36. Excellently done! Also, I really want one of those bikes :P

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  37. Thats a cool looking set of figures. The bikes are dinky.

    Nice work.

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  38. The motorbikes look great for 20mm ones. Why´s one of them holding up a lollypop??
    Cheers
    paul

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  39. I really love the detail right down to the leather saddlebags on the motorcycles. I can't help but think those old German World War II bikes looked a lot like 70s era Harley-Davidson Fat Boys.

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