According to The Plan I was supposed to have completed the following in July:
1. Finish Indians, make moulds and cast
2. Paint Bolsheviks inc. SPAD (buy some MGs, Mounted Officers for C-in-C/Staff officers, Commissars, etc.)
I haven’t even started modeling any Indians… I have a feeling my game planned for Fallcon will probably not be included a force from the Army of British India, but rather an interventionist force of Canadians (wearing Fourth Division patches…. Because they’re… well… already done..!).
I did finish off the Chinese this month (of course that was one of June’s tasks…) and I did finish modeling the Bolsheviks and started casting and painting a few (well okay I STILL haven’t fixed the arm on the Bolsheviks officers master, and I haven’t made moulds for the other two which are complete… maybe later this week…).
Here are a few of the things I’ve finished up in the last week.
(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version)
One units worth of riflemen finished… only 7 or 8 units to go… (the commissar is from Coppelstone Castings).
One MG team/unit, again Coppelstone Castings.
Still more Coppelstone Castings; some more commissars and a Bolshevik Heroine.
The mounted version of Baron von Ungern-Sternberg (guess what? Coppelstone Castings).
I finished of a unit of French Foreign Legionnaires from Artizan Designs
Finally a famous duo from my childhood comic reading days; Tintin and Captain Haddock (the Tintin figure is from Copplestone Castings Sleuths pack from the Gangster line, The captain haddock figure is a modified SAS figure from Artizan Designs - I have to admit I got the idea for using this figure from someone else – I can’t remember where… some link posted on TMP’s forum – I actually modeled the turtle-neck however…
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
More Contemptible Little Armies Central Asian mayhem!