1 British 6 pdr anti-tank gun platoon comprising 4 x Loyd tow vehicles, 4 x 6 pdr guns and 16 crew figures, plus a Level 2 Big Man as platoon commander (2 figures)
11th January (4 points)
1 British Level IV Big Man (4 figures)
17th January (60 points)
A change of direction for me this week; Anglo-Dutch Nine Years War regiments in 15mm. All figures from Lurkio. 16 Fusiliers/Grenadiers 12 Armoured Horse (The Earl of Oxford's regiment) 16 Dragoons plus 4 horses
25th January (72 points)
Here are three more Nine Years War regiments,. Once again, all 15mm Lurkio figures. Three regiments of 24 figures - total 72. The regiments are all French ones and are, from front to rear, Picardie, Languedoc and Lyonnais.
25th January (4 points)
A Warhammer 40K figure that had been lurking around undercoated for years. It is a Necromunda Redemption Cult Priest. I painted this one up as a piece of light relief between more Nine Years War regiments.
25th January (12 points)
My scratchbuilt Norman church in 15mm scale.
31st January (88 points)
An Anglo-Scottish Nine Years War brigade;
First Foot Guards (front right, blue facings with regimental gun)
1st Regiment of Foot a.k.a. The Royal Scots (front left, white facings with regimental gun)
The Queen Dowager's Regiment of Foot (rear, green facings)
1 artillery battery
Mounted brigadier with standard bearer and aide
This totals: 3 mounted figures, 3 x 24 = 72 foot figures, 6 gunner figures, 4 gun
All 15mm figures from Lurkio
3rd February (30 points)
5 x 15mm PSC M3 and M5 British halftracks
3rd February (30 points)
5 x 15mm PSC Churchill tanks - two Mk III AVREs and three MK IV Gun tanks (1 with 6 pdr and 2 with 75mm)
9th February (84 points)
All figures are once again Lurkio Nine Years War 15mm.
It is a combined Dutch and Danish brigade of foot with (front to rear) the Danish Prins Georg (orange facings) and Fynske (green facings) regiments and the Dutch Garde Te Voet (aka the Blue Guards)
There is also a brigadier with two gallopers and an army commander with an aide and standard bearer.
So, that is 3 x 24 = 72 foot figures and 6 mounted ones
15th February (72 points)
Anglo-Dutch Nine Years War Brigade of Horse - all 15mm Lurkio figures 3 regiments of 12 figures = 36 figures Lumley's Horse (red coats/yellow facings) Woods' Horse (red coats/green facings) Nassau Horse (grey coats/orange-red facings)
15th February (4 points)
Bad Moons Space Ork Big Boss This figure is a very old Games Workshop casting and is 40mm tall. I cannot remember how or why I came by this one, because I've never collected or played Space Orks. Anyway, it was one of those that I found hanging about at the back of a drawer, unpainted and forgotten...until now.
22nd February (68 points)
French Nine Years War 15mm Lurkio figures comprising;
1 artillery battery supported by a battalion of Fusiliers du Roi; 2 guns, 6 gunners and 16 fusiliers
The Fimarcon Dragoon regiment (in green/yellow); 16 figures and 4 horses
1 command group - general, standard bearer, ADC; 3 mounted figures
28th February (102 points)
More Nine Years War French 15mm figures from Lurkio. These are as follows; 24 foot - Régiment de Champagne (grey uniforms and green flag) 24 foot - Régiment de Navarre (grey uniforms and brown flag) 24 foot - Gardes Françaises (blue and red uniforms) 12 horse - Régiment du Roi 3 mounted figures - army general with ADC and standard bearer 72 foot and 15 mounted in total
8th March (102 points)
A brigade of French Nine Years War 15mm cavalry from Lurkio
Régiment de La Ferronnay (red cuffs) white standard (12 figures) Régiment de Villeroy (grey cuffs) yellow standard (12 figures) Régiment de Rohan (red cuffs) red standard (12 figures) Plus a mounted brigade commander with ADC and standard bearer This gives a total of 39 mounted figures.
I've also made two terrain pieces, hillocks with trees and undergrowth. The smaller is 18cm x 8cm and the larger is 22cm x 10cm.
14th March (48 points)
A walled vegetable garden on a piece of A4 MDF
14th March (60 points)
8 x 30cm long road sections (2.4m of roads) 8 x 30 cm long river sections (2.4m of river) a small bridge
14th March (24 points)
A paddock with low hedges and a track running across it, again on A4 MDF
14th March (48 points)
10 bases for trees (14 trees in total) 10 strips of scrubby hedging/bushes on 15cm bases (150cm in total)
21st March (48 points)
All terrain for 15mm gaming.
1 large bunker with a 75mm anti-tank gun 1 small bunker 1 large bridge (capable of taking the weight of Tigers and Churchills) 3 small firing positions/berms 1 larger double bay firing position/berm
21st March (30 points)
5 x PSC 15mm Marder IIIH SP anti-tank guns (2 with extra home-made camouflage netting), each with 3 crew members
28th March (30 points)
4 x SdKfz 251/1 personnel carriers 1 x SdKfz 251/10 with 37mm Pak 36 platoon commander's vehicle
28th March (30 points)
2 x SdKfz 251/9 "Stummel" support variant with the 75mm L/24 KwK37 1 x SdKfz 251/16 Flammpanzerwagen flamethrower variants 2 x SdKfz 251/22 tank killer with the 75mm L/46 PaK 40 anti-tank gun
The tank killers are simple conversions based on the basic SdKfz 250/1 with some spare guns and other bits and pieces from the PSC Marder kit. The guns I used are the Russian 76.2mm ones supplied for the Marder III SdKfz 139 variant.
6th April (50 points)
This week's submission is WW2 British infantry support options; 4 x 3" mortars each with 5 crew and a 2 man FOO team 4 x Vickers MMGs each with 5 crew 4 x 2 man "Lifebuoy" flamethrower teams All PSC 15mm figures
12th April (24 points)
These are the camps for my Anglo-Dutch and French Nine Years' War armies. These are required under the FOG:R rules. I could have done something simple, but I wanted them to fit in with the armies and look good on the tabletop.
The bases are 12cm x 8cm MDF (from Warbases) and all the figures, scenic items and the tents are 15mm Peter Pig pieces; the tents, stockpiled sacks and barrels and camp fire being a single resin cast.
The other barrels, the people, the sheep and the wells are separate metal castings. There is a total of 8 sheep, 8 barrels, 2 wells and 16 people. I've added a few touches, like the stacks of firewood made from twigs and some clump foliage bushes.
The figures are from their AWI range but they don't look wildly out of place after a bit of creative brushwork.
18th April (30 points)
Five more PSC 15mm SdKfz 251 half tracks: 4 x SdKfz 251/1 troop carriers 1 x SdKfz 251/10 platoon commander's vehicle with a 37mm Pak 36
25th April (8 points)
Warhammer 40K Chaos Space Marine standard bearer Warhammer Savage Orc Shaman
6th May (36 points)
All 15mm PSC models A recce Zug comprising: 1 x SdKfz 250/10 command vehicle with 3.7 cm Pak 36 and 4 x 250/9 recce vehicles with the turret-mounted 2cm KwK 38 autocannon Also, 1 x Flammpanzer III Ausf. M (simple conversion from the PSC Panzer III model)
21st May (27 points)
One Panzergrenadier Zug - three squads of eight plus one Big Man (two figures) and one separate Panzerfaust man (27 figures). All PSC 15mm Panzergrenadier figures.
21st May (14 points)
One support unit of 6 x 2 man MG42 teams plus two Big Men (14 figures). All PSC 15mm Panzergrenadier figures.
21st May (9 points)
1 Company HQ: Big Man (3 figures) plus 3 x 2 man Panzerschreck teams (9 figures). All PSC 15mm Panzergrenadier figures.
21st May (11 points)
Various stands of Big Men and a FOO stand (total 11 figures). All PSC 15mm Panzergrenadier figures.
31st May (27 points)
Another Panzergrenadier Zug, again PSC 15mm figures. 3 x 8 man squads 1 x L2 Big Man (2 figures) HQ + 1 sniper figure Total 27 figures
7th June (30 points)
I couldn't face any more camo smocks for a while, so I've painted up some more German armour: 5 x 15mm PSC Stug III variants; 4 Ausf G ( 2 with Saukopf mantlets) and 1 Ausf F/8
11th June (53 points)
These are the two final Zugs of PSC 15mm Panzergrenadiers. Each Zug is 3 x 8 man squads, plus a L2 Big Man (2 fig base), plus 1 additional sniper figure. Total 53 figures.
15th June (30 points)
These are PSC 15mm models and represent a peloton of 2e Division Blindée M4A2 75mm tanks
11th December (30 points)
These are 30 15mm power armoured troopers from GZG's Stargrunt range. They are listed as NSL power armoured troops but I am constructing my own universe and backstory for my new Quadrant 13 project.
16th December (8 points)
More 15mm sci fi figures from GZG, all from the NSL range. First up are four hoverfan scout bikes.
16th December (40 points)
More 15mm sci fi figures from GZG, all from the NSL range. Next are some support weapons; four mortars, four autocannon and 2 automatic grenade launchers
22nd December (12 points)
Here are two GZG 15mm hover tanks. One is an air defence variant and the other is an armoured command vehicle.
Being a big fan of the Caunter camouflage scheme, I decided to use that as a basis. I even adapted the early war British recognition flashes for my tanks.