Monday, 3 October 2011

20mm WW2 Painted German Kriegsmarine.

Some 20mm German Kriegsmarine for my Operation Sealion German forces, the figures were painted by Ray and myself and then dropped by someone and I had to sort them out, the figures are OK and come from the Kelly's Heroes range from Grubby Tanks and they will be used with the landing barges and to add a little colour to the grey.

A little late today due to Area Manager doing my head in and I will be around your blogs in a little while.

Pictures are the usual quality.





48 comments:

  1. Nice - would make a good landing party from an E or U-Boat trying to destroy a telegraph station or setup a beacon for the landing barges waiting offshore!

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  2. If they'd been Fallschirmjagers they wouldn't have minded being dropped! LOL!

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  3. Very good, looking forward to seeing these in action...

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  4. Cool. Very nice work as always mate.

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  5. love the colours on them, Lurk!

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  6. My favorite figure is the guy with the binoc's. Looks like an officer and if I was playing as the opposition, I'd shoot him clean through the head first off. Destroy the morale of those remaining, then clean 'em out with grenades. Great job Angry

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  7. Very nice. Beng an old retired squid (Navy guy assigned with Marines) I appreciate the nice job you did on the white piping on the uniforms.

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  8. Wow - they look great - nice colors on the uniforms - as mentioned fantastic details. Best, Dean

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  9. Their little hats are so cool!! lol.

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  10. Good work, the sculptor too. How cool would it be to build a cutaway sub and play through it?

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  11. Angry, I'm here to apologize for any offense I may have given you. I've explained my misunderstanding of your location in my comment to you. I have a great deal of respect for you and for the knowledge, effort and detail that you put into your game and your blog. Respectfully yours, Anne

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  12. They look intimidating! I'm hoping you don't have a little painted Hitler hanging around somewhere...

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  13. Great stuff as always.

    Watched "I Went Down" over the weekend. Good flick, although I'll admit, being a Yank, I didn't understand everything they said. :-)

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  14. Cool figures and nice paint jobs I always liked the look of sailors uniforms (not in that way).

    It wouldn't be that hard to do a cut away sub make it outta boxes

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  15. Like Anne said, blast that officer with the binoculars! Nice work, as always. Your blog has been a constant 'rush' to my hobby that I never ever pursued.

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  16. Another good addition for this project. What's next?

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  17. Good job.
    Wouldn't it be better if those circlish frames the figures stand on blended more with the grass though?

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  18. Very nice as always. Looking for more :)

    Cheers
    Thomas

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  19. The officers still look the coolest to me!

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  20. Very nice Army. I used to play Warhammer 40k when I was younger, so much fun to paint the troops.

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  21. An interesting troop type and rather nice paint job indeed.

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  22. Very nice if I say so myself!!!!!

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  23. Very original unit indeed. Looking forward to see how your Sealion campaign develops

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  24. love em! They look far too efficient and no doubt up to all sorts of nefarious acts!

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  25. I wonder how those hats stay on in combat.

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  26. Great work again guys. They really are nice figures.

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  27. Thanks for doing another ww2 related post. I'm a sucker for anything ww2 related.

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  28. The middle one looks like he's on a mission for sure. Nice work, as always. Hope all is well on your end. Miss Wiggy is still recovering from surgery. It's been a long week. But we're half-way to having the stitches removed.

    Fingers and toes crossed.

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  29. Awesome figs -- well done.

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  30. Grand! I can also see uses in Norway WWII. The KM was involved in some small skirmishes around the port towns early on in campaign.

    Dave

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  31. these look great :P
    great work

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  32. You should add your comments to pop up in differnt window. the new blogger change is giving me tough time.
    Love these soldiers.Guten tag to the cute ones.

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  33. They're cool, should give some helmets and use them as front line troops.

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  34. Great stuff! I really enjoy navel figures.

    Christopher

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  35. Great stuff! I really enjoy navel figures.

    Christopher

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  36. this is cool, Could have made their stand blend with the grass more lol.

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