These comprised a sniper pair...
... an anti-tank team...
... an engineer with a flamethrower...
... and finally this lovely light recoilless gun model L40.
The real model:
I also painted one additional private and this other model in prone position with a pair of binoculars that I plan to use as a forward observer in my games.
Note that I did not make any basing work in the sniper. initially I was looking to to a base with heavy foliage, but then I thought about some of the urban combat games we have played, and decided to leave it bare.
After today's work, I bag a total of 50 additional points.All minis are Warlord except the last two, that belong to an Artizan blister.
Considering that there's only 1 week left and that I can only paint over the weekends, it's clear that I won't reach my target of 500 points. I aim now to reach at least 400 points before the Challenge winds down on Sunday; hopefully Friday and Saturday I'll have some spare time to finish 10 additional minis and credit the final 50 points I need.
Wow Benito, you are hitting these Fallshirmjaegers right out of the park. The camo and blending is just spectacular. I particularly admire that L40 and its crew (whenever I see these things fire I think the term 'recoilless' seems only to apply to the gun itself).
I hope you have the time to submit again before the Challenge closes but if not, it has been a pleasure having you with us Benito.