Sunday, July 29, 2012

Foundry WWI German HMG Teams

Here are a couple of German MG08 HMG teams that I hope to use in a Great War game. The figures are Foundry and were picked up at the Bring & Buy at Enfilade! this past May. I'm slowly getting back into painting, but don't feel like tackling large projects at the moment. These painted up very quickly with only a few basic colors and given a Minwax stain. Anyway, hope you like them.
The coats are Vallejo Field Grey lightened with white, and the trousers are a mixture of black, white and a little blue to replicate the Stone Grey trousers introduced around 1915 - later switching back to Field Grey. The helmet covers are Vallejo Green Ochre and Field Grey mixed with white.
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23 comments:

  1. These look fabulous Dean, love the colour palette.

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  2. I truly appreciate all of your kind comments. Best, Dean

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  3. Very nice painting job as always Dean. Nice to see you again posting!!

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  4. Nice neat paintjobs on these

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  5. Those look great, Dean!

    I've been temporarily distracted by some Great War stuff as well - A unit of Australians found their way on to my already cluttered workbench!?

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  6. Great work Dean. Just finishes some Jagers and Belgians myself. Photos soon.

    Cheers,

    Helen

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  7. Excellent work, clearly an effective technique.

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  8. Great job on the Great War figures!

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  9. Nice work and take your time getting back into the groove....but not too long.:-)

    Christopher

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  10. Lovely work, Dean! Its nice to see some of those venerable-but-great Foundry scupts out again.

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  11. Thank you all for your very kind words and thoughts; they are much appreciated. Warm Regards, Dean

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  12. It seems that we are doing the same period just now!
    They are really nice, painting is great!
    Phil.

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  13. These are wonderful Dean. Just finishing off some of these myself.

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  14. Thanks for the kind comments, Gentlemen - much appreciated. Warm Regards, Dean

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  15. Howzit Dean! They look superb. Great painting as usual.

    Cheers,
    Doc

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