Saturday, 25 July 2015

VBCW MILITIA

Well here they are the latest batch of figures for Matt and his VBCW Collection. A variety of manufacturers these latest 6 together with previously shown troops should form another squad. They are all 28mm figures and all painted in acrylics by me and all rifle armed.

The last picture shows the squad all together including Jeeves, Wooster, the Verger and Private Widdle. And while the majority are rifle armed a Lewis Gun 2 revolvers and a Thompson submachine gun are also present. making the squad very well armed and dangerous in a 1937-39 setting.

Thanks for looking. next post on Monday and hopefully an AAR.

Cheers guys all the best!

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    1. Thanks Roy. Since the Photograph I have taken the crosses off of the helmets, as Matt wants them to be more versatile.

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  2. You are clearly currently a veritable painting machine, Clint... and whilst the quality of my brushwork inevitably suffers as a consequence, yours seems to go from strength to strength. This has been an astounding series of postings from your excellent self and I hope Matt appreciates what a fantastic array of minis you're painting for him. Great stuff :-)

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    1. Thanks Simon for your very kind words. I am sure matt does appreciate them.

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  3. Fantastic work you're doing on these Clint :)

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  4. Lovely job Clint and great to see them altogether like that in the final photograph.

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    1. Thanks Michael. It May be possible to see the whole army tomorrow. If so I will take a snap.

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  5. A jollier crew of clerks & bakers you never did see, I love them.

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  6. Excellent stuff mate. This lot look great together.

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    1. Thank you Lee. There will be more coming before the end of the week.

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  7. Wonderful stuff there Clint and a very nice group indeed. You are getting the hang of this VBCW malarkey

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    1. Thanks Pete. Played 2 games of Chain of Command today using VBCW figures and they played VERY well.

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  8. Great hotch-potch group and I do wonder how they'll perform on the table!

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    1. Thank you Joe, They did perform well on the table but I was able to shoot Jeeves once and Bertie Wooster did run away.

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    1. Cheers Simon, they do fit the game very well indeed.

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