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Monday, 14 January 2013

Fantassin Miniatures - WWB-10 Medium/Heavy Artillery Crew‏

Salute amici miei!

Hope you are all well. A new week has started, a very promising week for me (I'm struggling to build up a model house, stay tuned for my next posts).

Today, I have uploaded the photos of the finished German Artillery men (Fantasin Miniatures -WWB-10) I have talked to you about in one of my past posts.

I haven't tried the photoshooting method I shared with you the other day (didn't have the time to do it), but I think that you'll be able to see how these little men look.

So....


Have a great Monday night everyone!
T.

24 comments:

  1. Nice looking figures Thanos and I like the big gun BOOM, BOOM :)

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  2. Excellent work T, those Fantassin/Warmodelling figures paint up nicely.

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    1. They are some fine figures John, I strongly recommend them. :)

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  3. Very nice work Thanos, they look damn good.

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    1. Compared to you work Fran....merely adequate! But thank you! :)

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    1. Must improve my shading method Jay. :)

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  5. Great work! :) The officer is very cool!
    I'm still looking for crew that serves even heavier artillery.
    Do you have an idea for a 17cm Kanone 18?
    Regards,
    Mojo

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    1. I reckon you could get away with these guys as they have a separate shell and in this case it looks like charge bags rather than a shell casing. If you were to slightly alter the guy with the charge bag to a shell case then that would do the trick although you might want to make the shell a bit bigger also...

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    2. Might be an idea, I'll think about it :)
      Thanks Andrew!

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    3. Thank you Mojo!
      And also, Andrew. Thank you mate for your help! :)

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  6. This look rather splendid, you seem to get the colours palettes spot on.

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    1. As I said Michael, I have to improve the shading on them, but thank you for being so polite. :)

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  7. Terrific work Thanos. Nice detail, including the artillery epaulettes. Well done!

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    1. Thank you Michael. Welcome to this blog fellowship! :)

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  8. Wonderful work all around T. I will surely get a few in the next little while thanks to you!
    FF

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    1. Please do mate, they are excellent figures. :)

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  9. Ncely painted mate, like I have said before I have never heard of this manufacture before and will keep an eye out for them.

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    1. This is the best thing with the internet: You always have the chance to learn sth new. I learned about these figures from a a forum (guildwargamers.com). Thank you Rich! :)

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