Monday, October 20, 2014

28mm WW2 Vehicles for Bolt Action

Hello all,

Thought I would take some time to post up pictures of several new vehicles that joined the local Bolt Action forces here in Fremont :-)  Work has been continuing to be crazy ... but there is light at the end of the tunnel after some travel.  This time of year (Sept thru Nov) is always tough on the hobby progress.

First up - my British vehicles --- still more to do --- adding some light transport vehicles and two additional Sherman V tanks ... but for now ...

Recce section.

Recce section (rear view).

First tank section.

Second tank section - need to add another Sherman V.

Half-tracks for armoured transport.  They'll soon be
joined by some bren gun carriers.

Next I have vehicles from the collection of Roy Scaife who has a large US army (covering Army, Airborne and Marines) ... pictures of his foot troops are forthcoming ...

Soft skinned transport.

Recce and light support.

Armoured transport.

Tank destroyer.

Armoured section.

For our Pacific games ... hopefully my Japanese
will be done this coming year.

And lastly for this post --- Roy has started his German forces with a significant vehicle investment --- troops (SS and Heer) to follow soon.


Recce - another angle.

Assault guns ... nasty buggers!

Armoured transport.

Panzer IV's.

Panzer V.

Half-tracks on the move ...

That's all for the moment --- I'll be taking some pictures of Roy's foot troops here soon and will post them up this week if all goes to plan.  In other news ... more ACW is coming ... 5 x Confederate units that Roy has done - and 5 x Union Iron Brigade right on their heels.  My DAK army should be done next month and will be the start of my forces for the North Africa theatre of operation ... so stay tuned!


  1. Hello.
    Nice designs, a fine series of pictures
    thanks for sharing

  2. That's some real eyecandy here! The mickey mouse camo on the british vehicles is especially striking. Any chances on a how to?

    1. Sure ... I can work on that ... I have some more British vehicles that need to get done :-)