Saturday, March 6, 2010

British Colonials - 15MM

Other than a few errands this morning, I got myself into the painting mood by preparing some scenery items for my brother's 15MM collection of British Colonials. He'll add some additional flocking to them when he gets them to help them blend into his collection. I hope that these will play well for him in both the Sudan and the Zululand.

First up is a group picture of the items. Some tents and a cattle pen. The tall tent on the base is intended to house either an officer vignette or a hospital vignette. The other tents are just to provide a target for the Queen's enemies and a base to defend for her soldiers. (Yes, that is a glass of Guinness in the back of the shot - one must be properly provisioned whilst painting!).

Next up is closer shot of the cattle pen. The cattle are removable so that Her Majesty's brave men can enjoy a little cover.

Last up are some common tents and a supply wagon. Who knows, perhaps this wagon - in a future tabletop battle - will be the source of the ammunition for the men. You know, keep it in camp where it is nice and safe, we can't keep ammo too close to the firing line! Why, it could get captured or wasted if it were there!

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