Wednesday, 1 February 2017

From Scott M: French Partisans, Germans and Ooze (165 points)

Missed my entry from last week so I'm doing a large one (for me!) this week. First up is 2 sets of French Partisans. First is a set of figures from Warlord Games.
This next set is from Wargames Foundry.
These are probably my favourite of the lot.
This paint challenge has given me the incentive to start my early-war Germans. So first up is a set of command figures from Warlord Games.

The next set of Germans is from Wargames Foundry.
Not sure why I need so many German officers, but I have them now!

And finally there is some ooze. Figure is from Reaper Miniatures. Simple and easy to paint but rather enjoyable. 

Next week should be some more Germans and adventurers.

ByronM: Great entry Scott with tons of little details.  I can't tell much on the first batch as the pictures are kind of far away, but the close ups on some of the Germans are very good, I like the dark shading and strong contrast.  The little extra details like the painted insignia and helmet markings are really nice touches too and add a lot, well done!  The slime is a cool looking model as well, like you said, simple looking model, but shading smoothing over curves to help add curve and depth is not simple, and you make it look really good.   

21 comments:

  1. "Now listen zair carefully, I will say zis only once"

    Nice work Scott :)

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    1. Curses, beat me to it!

      Lovely brushwork Scott.

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    3. I am not "moaning" but a couple of downed British airmen and an agent disguised as a Gendarme would be great additions.

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  2. The WWI are great but the Ooze is just brill the skellies posture and your painting just take this to a higher level

    Ian

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  3. Well done Scott. Those early war fellows look particularly spot on.

    And I can already see Curt contemplating "ooze" as a theme category for next year...

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    1. Easy - paint a river section as the Ouse.
      ; )

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    2. He's here all week folks...

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  4. Great looking figures, brilliant ooze!
    Best Iain

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  5. Lovely work Scott. I really like your partisans. I'm working on a similar grouping, except from Artizan and Foundry. The Ooze is ooztastic!

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  6. Someone have a word to the chap with the phone - no calls home during an attack! Great wartime figs, and the ooze is a standout (well, a slither-out...).

    Well done, Scott!

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  7. Nice work. The ooze is fantastic!

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  8. Easy to use the partisans as SCW or VBCW figures. And that makes them very versatile. As with many others I am a big fan of the ooze as well. Overall an impressive post.

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  9. Great work on those! You make me feel ashamed to not be putting the insignia onto my Germans (though I have my reasons)

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  10. Nice work, and who wouldn't love the Ooze?

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  11. Great early war Germans and that Ooze!

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  12. I have had my eye on those Foundry figures for a while, they look great painted up.
    The Ooze looked amusing until I noticed the skellies, then it looked right sinister. Add a yellow hairpiece and it would look even more sinister.

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  13. The ooze is fantastic, Scott!
    I really like the Germans and Partisans though. It is obvious that you need all those officers to bewilder the German troops with counter orders...and provide objectives for the French Resistance! ;)

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