Saturday, June 28, 2014

Bolt Action - Russians vs Germans

John Lantz came over on Friday (we had the day off from work) and brought his table and Russians for Bolt Action.  I pulled out my Germans (yes, the tanks are not painted for the eastern front ...) and Roy and John played through a game of Bolt Action while I snapped some pictures and made progress on some projects.

A T-34 managed to destroy a Tiger ... that was entertaining.  I was taking pictures and continuing to build my Pegasus Bridge stuff from 4Ground so I don't have any kind of battle report to share ... just pictures ... which you can find below ...





























More to come over the July 4th break.

16 comments:

  1. nothing short of spectacular; Thanks for sharing!

    How did you do the flames?

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    1. Thanks! My previous post (http://jayswargamingmadness.blogspot.com/2014/06/destroyed-vehicle-markers.html) covered how to make the destroyed vehicle markers (the cotton/flames).

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  2. Looks great! ant chance of a play-by-play.

    FMB

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    1. I'll talk to Roy and John to see if they can provide one ... I was only partially paying attention to the game :-)

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  3. Stunning table!! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. That looks like a custom built railway line (which looks fantastic by the way), can you confirm that Jay? And where are the photos of your Pegasus Bridge?!

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    1. Hello! That is two sections of "S" scale railroad. Pegasus Bridge is assembled ... I'm still painting it (all the laser cut sides). I've also finished building/painting the Gondree Cafe building ... and just need to finish up the custom roofing tiles. I'm in Disneyland with the kids at the moment ... but when I get back I'll wrap that up and post some pictures :-)

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  5. Fabulous pics! It makes you almost feel like beeing in the midst of the action.

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  6. Hi.
    Great job, as many say.
    I admire these plants, buildings, tall grass or grain and burning tanks.
    or simply, the overall impression all this

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