In addition to the Generic Modern Middle Eastern Regulars, which I wanted to do as a separate post (as that’s a complete force) I also finished up a few other items this week.
(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version):
A girlie in a gasmask from Hasslefree Miniatures, the last of the “Armed Office Workers” from Victory Force Miniatures, and a crazy cat lady from Black Cat Bases.
Here’s the group or armed office workers. I think it’s a rather fun set – especially all the odd kit they are festooned with - dangling from shoulder bags or packpacks or belts or tucked into their jackets or pockets… something about that reminds me of some of my first D&D miniatures – with all their backpacks and belt pouches and sacks and blanket rolls and coils of rope – ready for ADENTURING!
It sort of says – we were caught by the zombie apocalypse by surprise and had to flee in the clothes we were wearing, but we’ve picked up a bit of kit along the way… but haven’t bothered to (or been able to?) find any more sensible clothes!?
Some African slave women from Eureka Miniatures - not really modern, per se, but Timbogo’s a pretty backwards country, so…
The first two of my force of Argentines. I’m planning on playing the TopMalo House scenario (from the Force on Force main rule book) for the 9th annual Wargaming Birthday Bash in a couple weeks (perhaps we’ll be back to the weekend campaign format next year…).
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
The rest of the Argentines… then maybe some terrain… and hopefully a battle report!