Thursday, 15 December 2011

20mm Painted Frontline WW2 Civilian Trucks.

These are from Frontline Wargaming (a lot of work to just get to this stage but as the budgie said they were cheep!) and will be used for scenery from the south coast of England to the wilds of the Soviet Union.







46 comments:

  1. They're looking good. Effort is worth it if the end product is good.

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  2. Excellent. And the budgie is never wrong. I've picked up some 20mm early war Soviet pieces due to pricing and I am happy with the product.

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  3. Very nice! I shall be getting me some of those.

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  4. They great! Really hit on the rustic look.

    Christopher

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  5. oh, love the trucks! Very realistic!

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  6. Oh yeah, Lurker! Lookin’ good, Sir. Trucks to haul, hide-in, and make a great escape!

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  7. Very handle set, mine have appeared in lots of scenarios, especially to represent unknown vehicles.

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  8. Very nice, something to run Ray's troops over with!

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  9. Very nice I haven't looked at that company before but I will do. Thanks for the headsup.

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  10. Those look good. I like the job you did on the canvas tarp.

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  11. The details on those trucks are really great! :D

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  12. They ought to fit in very nicely with your other stuff. A good find and great paint jobs on them.

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  13. Very nice looking cars !

    Best regards dalauppror

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  14. These look great! As soon as I saw that one trucks load could be taken off to have an empty platform I thought it would be cool if one of the soldiers was placed on it!
    Do any of the other trucks have removable loads?

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  15. Those look awesome. I really love that shade of red.

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  16. Very nice models, you always need trucks

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  17. Nice job Fran. Like the removable Stowage can get some troops on it

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  18. Nice. my favourite is the flat bed one..but they could all be used for 1930´s + gangsta gaming.
    Cheers
    paul

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  19. Lovely work, and a great idea.

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  20. very nice, now ive been coming here for a year atleast and seeing new pics of different figurines, where do u keep them all?

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  21. As I never tire of telling people...if you read Gay Sejour's The Forgotten Soldier, he tell's of the time he was coming back to the front from leave in Germany (I think? He may have been returning from hospital) when he was co-opted to join a convoy or 'Zug' of 100-odd trucks heading up to the frontline through partisan-rich territory as a driver's mate/vehicle guard, and he specifically mentions a vehicle as being both British and signwritten with the details of an English removal firm!!

    Presumably captured during the fall of France several years earlier. So you could get some transfers from a model railway supplier and still sent it East!...

    H

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  22. Lovely as always. Great job on the weathering.

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  23. Very versitile pieces nice paint work on those!

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  24. I always like it when you include the civilians as they are part of any war. Somone commented about where you store your figures. I've often wondered the same thing.

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  25. Very nice. Coincidentally I have two of those unpainted. In the plastics and tin mountain...
    /J

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  26. Good job on some beautiful models. I'll have to look at their website.

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  27. Fantastic Fran. I especially like the trucks' load. Top work Sir.

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  28. I agree with Luckyjoe. The detail on that tarp (or whatever you'd call it) is very nice.

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  29. They're very good. I wonder if anyone does suitable civvy trucks in 15mm for use with FoW etc..?

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  30. is it strange that I almost touched my screen trying to feel the fabric of the truck covers?

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  31. Are there any little zombies hiding in those trucks?

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  32. They don't look very durable. Then again, they are for civilians. :P

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  33. Scott: Got some bits on Peter Pig....

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  34. Nice! I particularly like the cargo wrapped in the tarpaulin - nice touch.

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  35. Excelent models, a great painting job.

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