Everything I seemed to be working on over the weekend had some camouflage. I have some SS troops and some fallschirmjägers I’m working on and can’t quite nail down a pattern to use for either.
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Here’s the Fallschirmjägers. They’re all from Bolt Action Miniatures. Because I keep “experimenting” with different schemes they’re doubtless going to end up looking a ragtag lot… I’m still not entirely happy with the smock patterns… but… whatever…
A couple SS troops I picked up off Ebay. They were listed as “West Wind?” but I’m not sure…
On the left is the pea-dot pattern I’ve done lots on 20mm figures and have refined a bit and am rather happy with it… The fellow on the right is in, I think, an earlier pattern. I was feeling inspired by the awesome job Beccas did on his Panzer-Grenadiers over at Wargamer Blue - while I don’t think I quite got it quite like Beccas did, I’m still fairly pleased with the results.
Not sure if I should do a mishmash of different schemes for these guys or just settle on one… I’ll probably just settle on one… and it’ll probably be the pea-dot scheme… we’ll see.
An odd German infantryman in a smock from Artizan Designs. I was shooting for the splinter pattern and he turned out so-so… I don’t know.. splinters aren’t angular enough…?
A russian sniper from First Corps (another odd item picked up off ebay…). Damn… it looks like I forgot to paint the rifle sling!?
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
Nuthin but WW2 28mm-madness on the horizon…