Sunday, November 19, 2017

German Special Teams - Sniper and Panzerschreck

To the most recent Chain of Command game, Jake brought along a few figures from the latest Brigade Games' 28mm WWII kickstarter project.  "Surplus to demands," says he.
Figuring I could use a few German weapons and teams, a sniper/spotter and panzerschreck were offered up as an offering to The Lead Pile.
Well!  These fine figures did not linger in The Lead Pile long.  This trio jumped the long painting queue and went right onto the painting desk.
Expect these to see action in the next CoC game where I field Germans.

Thanks again for the figures, Jake!

22 comments:

  1. Never a problem sir! They look great, I can't wait to try eliminating them from the table.

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    1. So, I have devolved into painting targets for your Mighty Americians?

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    2. Considering the rough handling of my American infantry in our last outing, I think turnabout is fair play.

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    3. The last CoC game was tough on BOTH sides!

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  2. Nice job, I’ll check out the manufacturer to see if they have anything I might like 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Matt! Brigade Games offer a number of well-sculpted and interesting ranges.

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  3. Beautiful and useful German teams Jonathan!

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  4. Jumping into the 20th century! These look great and very useful I'm assembling 28mm ww2 soviets it's a bit weird doing something so recent!
    Best Iain

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    1. Iain, it should be no surprise that I hop around projects like I am stepping on hot stones.

      I look forward to seeing your Soviets.

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  5. They look nice Jonathan! I just played my first game of Chain of Command and thought it was fantastic! Really looking forward to more and seeing how your game goes.

    Christopher

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    1. CoC is produces and interesting and fun game, does it not? Our group enjoys it a lot.

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  6. Always nice to get a bonus to round out the unit mix. Off topic, but I wonder if you could explain the composition of your figure images--or if you had a post that you might refer to. Are they in a " light box" or is the silvery background digital?

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    1. Hi Ed! I DO have a post describing the photo set up. It is a light box and you may find details here:
      https://palousewargamingjournal.blogspot.com/2016/07/improve-photos-with-light-box.html

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    1. Michal, you always offer encouragements. Thanks!

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  8. Very nicely done, and an interesting change of pace.

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    1. An interesting change of pace, no doubt.
      Thank you for the kind comment.

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    1. Yep. Variety keeps one from becoming bored at the painting desk.

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