Saturday, 2 November 2013

WIP...PSC US Infantry & Rangers...

More work in progress. The British Staff figures are finished apart from painting the bases, I will wait and do a big batch at the same time.
You may recall from a previous post I showed you some PSC US guys with radios etc, this time I have been working on the rest of the sprue, so you will be able to see what they look like painted up. I have also been working on the LOTR Rangers some more, they have had washes applied and are awaiting the re-painting stage.

First up the GIs - these figures will be for sale once they're finished, along with the communications figures, so let me know if you are interested:

 

 

 


Here's the Rangers:

 

13 comments:

  1. looking Fantastic, cant wait to see the base's complete too

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    1. Hi James, thanks for your encouragement :)

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  2. Great stuff John. Those folds in the GIs' clothes look lovely. For sale? Good idea. I shall be interested in the details...Robin recons I should break out the Americans that offer different bits and pieces for Spearhead. Got me a heap of unpainted, well, at least two Battalions worth, so...

    Cheers,

    Nick

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    1. G'day Nick. A pretty decent set from PSC to start the core of a US force - even better once they release the heavy weapons set.
      There's 17 figures in all - not sure entirely what to charge.....?
      What unpainted yanks do you have, Italeri, Revell ?

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    2. Hi John, old Esci figures. Initially I got them for Crossfire.

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  3. Nice work on the GIs. I've been waiting for the heavy weapons set before getting started and it's looking like it will be next year before I start on mine

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    1. Thanks Will. Yes, I've been hoping they would release the heavy weapons set for the British in 1/72 as well as the US.

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  4. Love those GIs, nice clean work. Are they the 28s or the 1/72?

    FMB

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  5. Nice work. Wasn't sure about them from photos of the bare plastic, but they paint up really nicely.

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    1. Hi Alan,
      yes, not too bad a set from PSC. I'm hoping that future figure sets will be even better in terms of crisp detail and pose selection.

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  6. I agree with Alan M. The quality is clearly in the paint job. Excellent.

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