Monday, 27 May 2013

Burma: Chindit Support Weapons

This is my entry for last weeks Lead Painters league. One of the great things about LPL is that it makes you paint stuff you have had hanging around for ages. These support weapons will be very useful for my Chindit army. They are a 3 inch mortar and a Vicker's HMG. Not easy to lug around the jungle, but very useful in battle. 

These miniatures are form The Assault Group. 


7 comments:

Michael Awdry said...

Very nicely done Rob; love the palm tree.

Simon Q said...

Nice job mate, they look really good. Do you find it a relief to get stuff out the way? It has been for me when i've done some quite old figures recently.

Smillie said...

Great work mate, these look really characterful.

John Lambshead said...

Nicely done figures.

pulpcitizen said...

The usual excellent work Rob. Chnidits 'army' shot sometime soon?

Rob Bresnen said...

Yeah, it's great to get stuff done. The Lead painters league is ten rounds long, and requires I paint at least 60 models in 10 weeks, so it's quite an endurance test, but it does mean I get a big chunk of the lead mountain done, as well as push forward on a few of the projects I have had hanging around but not been able to finish. Mostly I use stuff from the lead mountain, but inevitable I end up buying a few new figures. This week I am working on a few more chav zombie slayers for my East End Apocalypse.

Phil said...

A fantastic picture with beautiful figures, great work!!
Phil.