Finished up the terrain I mentioned in yesterday's post. There's quite a lot! First up are six transport containers from GW. These a great pieces of terrain. I made them so that four of them would be sealed shut while the other two would have only one hatch open.
On the same container sprue as above are a number of barrels and crates. So with six sprues I have quite the assortment, which is awesome. From this I made seven bases of terrain.
These sprues are excellent, so I'm expecting GW to discontinue them.
Next up are some painted barricades from the Star Wars Legion core box from Fantasy Flight.
And finally are these six resin objective markers from Secret Weapon Miniatures.
I'm waiting on some terrain to come in from Sarissa Precision for my Mayday game, so in the meantime I'm going to be working on some fantasy monsters including this bad boy:
My post this week will start off with a bunch of early-World War 2 German ordinance. All these German figs are 28mm metal from Warlord Games. First up is the sIG33 150mm howitzer.
Next up is the leFH18 105mm medium artillery piece.
Next is the 75mm leIG light artillery piece.
And finally is this medium mortar team.
For my smaller pieces (mortar, infantry guns) I usually glue a couple crew to the gun base and then have the extras on individual bases. Unfortunately when I glued the kneeling crewman onto the mortar base I didn't notice that he's carrying a shell that will not go into a mortar. I didn't notice till the figure was almost completely finished. Oh well!
And finally is a base of 28mm mercenary hoplites from the plastic Victrix Mercenary Armoured Hoplites boxed set.
I finished them and realised that I hadn't picked up any decals but I dug out some older Veni Vidi Vici decals I had. I really hate putting decals onto domed shields. Just blech.
Next week should be some German and French early-war tanks.