Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Dust: Jagdluther and Sniper Grenadier Team

I was so inspired by the Medium Panzerwalker I finished a couple of weeks ago, so another walker and a couple of Dust-soldiers hit the painting table. They are really enjoyable to paint.
The walker is a Heavy Panzerwalker IV Jagdluther, armed with twin 75 mm guns and a MG 44. Painted in the same way as all my German walkers  and weathered with washes.
The soldiers are a Sniper Grenadier Team consisting of a spotter/leader and a sniper.

As usual these miniatures are really easy to finish as they are undercoated a dark grey, but they do need some trimming as there are faint mould-lines here and there. 
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12 comments:

  1. We need to get another game in. Let's add it to the waiting list...

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    1. You mean the looong one... :-)
      But, yes, I do think we should play more with these toys :-)

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    2. Yes, that one. The toys are too nice not to play with, but we have too many other games. #FirstWorldProblems

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    1. Thanks!
      The models are great and very fun to paint.

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  3. Oh my good ness, that looks amazing!

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    1. They are really good sculpts and great to paint. In 1/48 scale so they are larger than your ordinary 28mm (1/56 scale) minis

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  4. Looking good! Shall look forward to seeing them in action!

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    1. So do I! I intend to paint some Russians also, so we can have at least mostly painted minis on the gaming board

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  5. Very nice model. I like the armament but the question is: can you update this model with magnets and make i modular with an arsenal of different guns and gadgets? Mechas on the gaming-table is real nice and in the game Secrets of the third reich one mecha in urban figthing really can differ between victory or defeat.

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