Tuesday, 21 August 2012

28mm sherman

Picked this up Saturday from http://www.facebook.com/TabletopNation . Which has just set up near me,great venue and handy for a game.

The Sherman is from warlord and I'm going to use it for my Canadian company when we play disposable heroes rule set. Markings are hand painted (as i didn't have the decals) and the commander is a British officer from Northstar ww2 range cut in half. Really enjoyed painting this up and made a change from 15mm tanks.






Sunday, 12 August 2012

Saturday, 11 August 2012

The last of the Stalingrad terrain

Polystyrene walls covered in watered down tile cement.


based on 5mm ply-board.


railway foot bridge from the bits box as interior walkways.
drybrushing with ever lighter greys.






re enforcing bars made with lead spears given away with 28mm figures,i have tons of these as i replace with steel/brass rod.

infantry stands placed just for scale.



Monday, 6 August 2012

Bit more terrian

Celotex board
Carved to shape with an old kitchen knife

PVA glue and and sharps sand.

Rocky area made with vertical cuts with a knife,more of a chopping motion.

base colour,i use fence and decking paint,5L for £20.


Basecoat and cream mixed for first highlight.

More cream added to the basecoat and greys added to rocky area.




mix of three static grass.



A friend of mine (mark,http://www.mbdecorating.co.uk/index.html) saved some a couple of off cuts of celotex insulation boards from a skip. These off cuts were ideal for a ridge line that we could use not only in our Guildford court house game but other games.