Sunday, 13 March 2016

Desert set-up

Today I finished off some desert buildings for the Arab Israeli Wars.
A close up of the village
Panoramic shot with a MiG lurking over some Israeli Shermans.
The first buildings that I made I gave to John when I sold him the Arab-Israeli stuff last year. They weren't part of the swap back so I needed to make some more. These have been on the go over the last few weekends, and the final coat of paint went on today. The last thing I need for the set up is a well (makes no sense having a village in the desert without one), so I'll be thinking about how I'm going to put that one together.

Other triumphs this weekend are cleaning and basing all of my Pakistani infantry, the Indian recoiless rifles and gluing together two Pakistani M48s and two anti-tank jeeps. The Crimean War Russian hussars and artillery arrived on Thursday and they are all now based and undercoated. I also glued together 6 Warg riders to complete my Dragon Rampant armies for Lord of the Rings. All very productive forms of procrastination before I get the Herman Goering Divison figures painted for Craig. But from here it feels like I've been getting the house in order before embarking on this commission. Now I'm set and it will be into the first 40 figures tomorrow night!

Nate

6 comments:

  1. A wonderful village, no doubt!

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  2. Really nice work there Nate!

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  3. Lovely set of buildings and I want them! :o)

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  4. Thanks for the comments everyone. They were pretty easy to put together.

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