Anyway, last year I started working on some Great War 28mm figures for both Canadian and German forces. I finally got back on track and got 2 more rifle sections completed for the 10th Battalion force that I am working on. Just 1 more section to go on them, hopefully to be done before the end of this Challenge.
Here they are, 2 sections each of 8 riflemen and a Big Man. Also included is another command figure that I found sitting around for my 16th battalion, you can see him in the background with his glengarry hat. The colours and uniforms are the same so I included him in this batch of painting, making a total of 19 models.
Most of the figures are either Great War or Musketeer/Footsore, both of which are excellent quality, and almost exact matches for scale.
Also, since everyone has been showing off their painting areas, and asking others about them, I figured I would include mine here.
Wonderful stuff Byron! Those Great War Canadians look absolutely brilliant. Such clean lines and great shading - your typically excellent brushwork. I really look forward to seeing these fellows on the tabletop when I come out to visit next.
Your painting desk is a thing of wonder as well. I have the same lights (Costco rocks) and can attest to their brilliance (literally). I also like your various organizational drawers and dowel holders. And I may have to get you to make me some of those paint dropper slot thingys - they're the absolute dog's dangles.