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Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Russians from Singapore

This is a sample of Russian tanks that My mate in Singapore has painted. I am working hell for leather to get my early war British Expeditionary force ready so hopefully soon they will grace this blog.

Friday, 30 November 2018

8th Army all the way from Singapore

All I can say is I REALLY need to get my act together and work on my early war British army, In the meantime enjoy some pictures from my mate in Singapore.

Friday, 9 November 2018

The Line

Many of us had Grandfathers that fought in WWII, some of us served during difficult times, This is for all who wore a uniform and for those that paid the ultimate sacrifice. Never forget.

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them."
Taken from: For the Fallen - Laurence Binyon (1869-1943)

Monday, 5 November 2018

Some Afrika Korps from Singapore

These are pics from a mate of mine in Singapore, I really need to get going and start painting figures now. When we originally startted in 20mm before converting to 15mm we did the desert war and  it will be nice to get back there.

I am looking forward to seeing some battle pics with these on the table. They look really good.

Friday, 28 September 2018

Hobbies fair 2014 - FOW 15mm

Some pictures of the table that was set up at the hobbies fair in August 2014. We had a lot of interest from the crowds which was really nice, having an appealing and scenic table definitely helped to attract a lot of attention, All the terrain is scratch built.

Game 1
 The town

 View showing the the British 11th Armoured advancing on the town from the other side of the river.
 Mathew planning his next move, his Germans are holding the town

 German Infantry holding one of the objectives with armoured suport

German armoured thrust out of the town 

 British Infantry hiding in the woods

 Shermans an M10's approach the second objective

German casualties

 View of the carnage

Game 2 with a variation of the terrain.

 View from the other direction

 The town. Two objectives are visible, the first is the bridge and the second, the crossroads.

 View over the table

 The crossroads, showing one of the objectives.

The Tigers barrel, hull-down, waiting for the enemy.

 one of the Tigers getting into position.

 The Shermans and M10 hunting the Tiger, taking up position on the other side of the forest

 Stugs in the tree-line

 Bogged-down Shermans by the Mill

 M10's taking up position in the hedge rows to cover the infantry advance

 Infantry with a lone Sherman advancing on the Stugs. One Stug brews-up with a well placed shot.

 Panzer iv's take out a Stuart recce tank, the other two retreat as fast as possible.

 Tigers pull back off the hill

Panzers IV's keeping the objective and town clear of the British attack.