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And some random stuff:


Assembled and finished to Panzer IVH for my 15mm Fallschirmjäger project. Need to attach some equipment and then prime and paint them.









28mm WWII:


Started work on a German machine gun. Crew can be attached and detached.








Our tree woman as gotten far. I magnetized her heads so I can choose the one that fits better in a certain situation. Now I am looking for a fitting base size.


Be advised: Tree Boobs. You've got wood!











And something quite exotic. I was asked to assemble and paint a modern German warship. Sure. I can test my skills and especially my airbrush with that.












Some Infinity Minis - just for fun and for roleplaying games:






Magnetized the computer for attaching and detaching it. Liked the effect. No idea if it will be of use.






Some Statuesque Robot Kill ... errr ... maids? I have no idea. Liked them. Decided I wanted to have them.








Bombshell miniatures Sci Fi special agent:








Wargame Exclusive Repentia and commissar:






Rest will follow soon.

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And the nuns:








10 nuns total. One of them lost the handle of her mallet okay. I need to fix that later ...








Some command units and "special characters"










Some gun kata ladies:






One of the bases isn't finished yet, but the figure is ... haha.






And a ... Fantasy Repentia unit.












Close quarters and shootouts on short to medium range can be handled. For heavy support as well as air cavalry, I still got some more figures to finish ... see ya next time.

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And some more stuff:


finished some more nuns. Need to use white for the highlights before putting them away.




Working on this group currently:






Attached another head to the leader of my airborne detachment. Got it from a friends project. Hihi.




Still some stuff to do, but then they will be finished ... sooner or later ... hihi!

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Due to some workload at ... work, I won't be there for at least one to two weeks. But I took some stuff with me.


Some 15mm WWII stuff. Panzergrenadiers and equipment for Flames of War. Those guys will be made into a Winter army. That means some sculpting - but that is okay. I love it.









Plan is to have them all ready by the end of August. Let's see if I can make it.


Talk to you when they are done.

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Finished the build of some vehicles: The STUG and the SDKFZ 251 were already painted - and I have got my problems trying to strip resin, I will leave them as they are:




All the other vehicles have been more or less assembled. Looks good so far.






Currently the figures get their winter clothes:

















Which means: This project gets its own thread!


Check out ->here<-

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And some more stuff ready to paint:


I finished three leaders for my space nun army:










A female Chinese warrior, created by Bombshell








And some Tanks for Bolt Action:










And last but not least: An ALEPH battlegroup for Infinity:








Just to mention before someone else does:


1st: Yes. Atalantas gun is broken. Dang. I hate it! I've gotta glue it when I am home. Maybe if I am totally bold, I will cut away the barrell and drill one myself. We will see.

2nd: And no - NO! - the Dakini in the center is not in the mood to do "STOP! TACBOT TIME!". He just fell off the base. Didn't glue it properly ...


Maybe someone remembers THIS thread ->here<- where I was given@ some ideas for creating a robot is staring on dead robot themed mini diorama, especially helpful were advices given by @Clearman  and @Mad Jack.


So I thought about this for quite a while, threw it overboard and dragged it back into my mind - and after literally weeks of thinking and searching I had found the perfectly fitting robot for this!


Now I am working on the base. Currently it looks like this:








Let's hope this will work out. We will see. I am looking forward to putting everything together.


But that's it for now! I think this is enough progress for one weekend ...


So long!

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Good progress!


The Robot vignette is an interesting idea!

Love to see how it works out!

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Sooo ... what's on the table currently?

First, we have got a new nun ready to be painted. And boy, she was a pain to get ready. Her arms were so out of place that I had to cut away so pieces of her body to make them fit, and when I glued everything together her leg broke. But it just didn't break as it should. No it broke in a way that it was ungluable and unpinable. So I had to cut away some pieces of her leg, pin the miniatue and then recreate her leg using putty and greenstuff. I think I did a pretty good job in that regard.

I guess it is some bad luck that I later miscalculated the colour and instead of giving her a light highlighting, I just painted her white with my airbrush. How unfortunate.








Next on the table are two Reaper figurines, 50228: Whitney, Anime Heroine and 77281: Succubus








And a number of Malifaux ladies, which will be miniatures for Frostgrave and RPGs later on.




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12 hours ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

That's a German f122 class frigate. The Netherlands also have a similar class.


Yamato-Kai looks a bit different 



Ships are not my expertise.

I will recognize many air craft and tanks and historical uniforms though.


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