Another productive evening…
(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version)
These Bobbies are all from Artizan Designs. I picked up some more rifle armed ones to make a “unit” for insurrectionary/revolutionary skirmish gaming. This brings my total police constables to about twenty.
Here’s the lot of them:
There are 10 rifle-armed constables, 3 have pistols, and the remainder have batons (or fists of fury!). Four of them are actually Victorian era Bobbies from West Wind Production’s Vampire Wars line, and one is from a Foundry pack of WW2 Civilians.
I also happen to finish up a pair of armed civilian/partisan/resistance types. Both are also from Artizan.
Finally I finished up the last of the Crusader Miniatures Early War Germans I have. They’re only “early war” because I’ve painted the entire platoon with an earlier war shade of feldgrau tunic with grey pants and helmets. This fellow was mostly painted some time ago – years, perhaps – when I did the others but for some reason sat in the box unfinished… it feels like a “cheat” to finish him up and count him towards this years total… but then at the end of the year there will probably be partially painted/unfinished figures that I’ve started THIS year – that won’t be counted until some later date… so… it all evens out in the end.
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
Russians…? Maybe…? I don’t know…