Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Kokoda Australians in 28mm and more....

G'day all,

I am now able to post pictures of my most recent commission for Mathew at Wartime Miniatures - the brand new 28mm Australians for Kokoda, plus some more 20mm Aussies and Italians for his collection (un-based).
I'm quite happy with how the  Kokoda blokes came out, with the mix of uniform styles. I hope you like them:










And here are the 20mm figures, with just simple painted bases:







20 comments:

  1. Great work. Especially those in 28mm.

    Cheers
    Stefan

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    1. Cheers Stefan.
      Hopefully this new range will sell well for Wartime, they were good fun to paint up.

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  2. Brilliant looking paintjob!

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  3. Nice work John. Must say, I prefer the look of the 20s! Less... chunky...

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    1. Cheers mate. Not my scale of choice for WW2 either, but still fun to paint.

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  4. Nice shading, excellent choice of colours...they all blend so nicely. Nice work John. :)

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    1. That's very kind of you Thanos - thanks for the encouragement!

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  5. Excellent work on those Aussies. They look like theyve seen some real campaigning.

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    1. Cheers Ogilvie, that was just the effect I was hoping to achieve :-)

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  6. Brilliant job…wish I could paint like that… vets for sure and not a bunch to be messed :)

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    1. Cheers mate. Wish I could have terrain boards like yours :-)

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  7. Very nice work. Particularly like the Kokoda Aussies, you've done an excellent job on the mixed kit.

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    1. Thanks Alan, the characterful sculpts on the Kokoda blokes really helped too.

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  8. The shading or style of painting you've done for these guys really makes them look great. Muted or similar colours are no longer a problem! Are you going to base them or leave them as they are?
    Regards David

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    1. Thanks David. These were part of a commission for Mathew from Wartime Miniatures and he was going to do his own basing.

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