My Bolt Action collection grows significantly with the introduction of a lot of armour for both my British and German armies. I of course have more vehicles to get done, but what is below gives me a decent selection of different vehicles to field for both sides. Special thanks to Seth for a great job on these. Seth is a local painter who is very talented with air brushes. I'm now spending my full attention on my Bolt Action project --- I was able to finish up the building of the police station and warehouse from 4Ground and will post pictures of those once I finish up the basing and after assembly details. Of course, a ton more 4Ground buildings to build, but I'm looking forward to it!
|The German vehicles done so far.|
I have six British armoured vehicles to start and plan to add more.
|The group of British vehicles.|
Nice pile of armor! I have to get mine finished up soon! I just got my airbrush and started to tinker with them!ReplyDelete
Excellent ... get to it sir! :-)Delete
These look great with Bolt Action and Chain of Command now on the market, great to see WW2 taking off again, Cracking job on these, my own have just reached the top of lead mountain.ReplyDelete
Absolutely ... much more WW2 coming up with these great rule sets that have come out. Ahhh lead mountain ... my only hiding place in case of nuclear attack :-)Delete
Greate collection of AFV´s !!!ReplyDelete
Now I totaly understan the choise of Bolt Action vs. Chain of Command as there arn´t that much armour in CoC.
Realy looking forwar to see your first AAR and also heare about how it worked to incorporate the patrol Phase and Jump of points from CoC in to Bolt Action.
Best regards Michael
Thanks Michael - and you are exactly right -- I want to play company level or platoon level with serious support units on the table and I'm not confident that CoC will scale up past a platoon with a few minor supports. I've also enjoyed Bolt Action ... it was just missing that awesome patrol phase :-)Delete
That Churchill looks great!ReplyDelete
Gotta love infantry tanks :-)Delete
Great looking Ambush pattern camo. Lots of choices and options. Best, DeanReplyDelete
I want to get some foliage on the tanks for additional effect ... just haven't found the way I want to do it yet. Thanks for reading the blog Dean :-)Delete