Monday, 23 January 2012

20mm Soviet WW2 Anti Tank Platoon Platoon...

.....now with added troops and crew that were lost and found in a zombie scenery box! The figures and crew are from PSC and are based on the European Battlefield rules.









53 comments:

  1. A narrow escape from the clutches of the undead and reunited to form a top looking unit; not to mention more invaluable points. Excellent work that man.

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  2. Good to see you moving up the table in the painting challenge, Fran... but then, so is Ray! Yikes!

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  3. Beautiful guns and crews Fran. Great work.

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  4. Very nice - I like the ammo box detail in particular

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  5. Urraah, they'll give it to the fascist tanks! What colour do you take for the uniforms?

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    1. Vallejo Tan yellow, which is recommended on the box but it's not the greatest colour I thought....

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  6. WW2 needed more zombies, you should have included them for kicks.

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  7. A zombie scenery box? Man, that sounds like fun. I like the ammo gets its own stand. Painting is top notch. Great work Fran.

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  8. Really nice Fran and at this rate your going to have some great WWII games in the future!

    Christopher

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  9. Pretty cool! Great detail! That squad looks like it's ready to take out any tank that comes it's way!

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  10. Good progress, mate :)
    Looks fancy!

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  11. Glad to see they survived their time amid zombie scenery unscathed.

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  12. Great looking stuff there Angry. Looks like they've got your front yard covered!

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  13. Great work !

    Painted cleanly, highly detailed, excellent photographed.
    Really nice !

    But:
    What is a "Anti Platoon Platoon" ?
    :-D

    Reminds me of the "Trace Buster Buster" in "The Big Hit" with Mark Wahlberg.
    :-)

    Cheers
    Monty

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    1. Thanks for that Monty, totally missed that.....

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  14. oh, they even have little grenades...

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  15. Very nice. Good to see you getting more points.

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  16. Does that make them zombies as well?

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  17. Ooooh nice ones Fran! Love the ammunition boxes.

    Now to fight communism!!!

    What?


    Oh......

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  18. Agreed with Siwoc, those ammo boxes look great. Amazing work as usual!

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  19. Closet zombies with big guns, now that's scary..haha

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  20. Who ya gonna call? Tank-Busters!

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  21. Nice job. Looks like the troops are about to serve the Germans up a hot meal.

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  22. Very nice models, Fran. I like a lot the idea of to put the gun single, very useful.

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  23. Oh, I love this sort of thing. Tiny people/accessories, tiny world-domination. Aggressive, yet adorable.

    :-)

    Pearl

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  24. Sorry I'm late Angry. I had an appt this morning, I hit publish left and just got home. Those ammo boxes with the live mortars in them are particularly nice. And I like the way you've got them set-up looking out the windows. Great warning for your neighbors.

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  25. Is that a commander yelling?

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  26. Wow, I really wish I'm more into WWII, but please don't said that to my girlfriend! :D

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  27. Very nice group. What is the scale of the European Battlefield rules?

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  28. Outstanding! The shells are brilliant.

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  29. Very nice. I enjoy looking at your pictures so much.

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  30. You've done a great job on these figures, canons and shells!
    Regards
    Lonewolf

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  31. I keep finding figures in boxes like that but often with only half the machinegun or whatever, good find.

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  32. Nice. I like the single basing. I´ve benn tearing my hair out today after finding a decent set of colonial rules ...which basically require single based figs...S**T!!!!!
    Cheers
    Paul

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  33. Love it! Love the European style. Really nice work too as usual.

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  34. Glad you found the missing men -- they all look great!

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  35. Cute ones. Somehow seeing them near the window sounds perfect.

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  36. Very nice! And good work on the '70s movie quiz. I finally posted your answers so others couldn't cheat.

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  37. I like! This is real panzer bait.

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  38. This is really useful for me - thanks. I've recently started modelling and have this set and did wonder how best to base them - go for a single base or put them on individual bases. I like your solution. Cheers - wonderfully pained (hope mine look half as good).

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