Last week at LPL I’ve decided to go with some pulpish stuff and created a scene with kinda military accent. I’ve used a wild mix of figures from different manufacturers like Copplestone, Great War Miniatures, Eureka, Pulp Figures, Lead Adventure Miniatures, Artizan and Westwind. One of the figures I even couldn’t identify (the guy with monocle, wearing blue uniform). As the name of the scene already told you, it’s placed somewhere in Germany, btw. there is no really a Hexenwald (Witch Forest) as far as I know. Some German officers are meeting with some military advisors and talking about some secret plans for whatever.

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In the background you can see the LAM miniatures of Hammers (the guy with the dog and the baby, my LPL Round opponent) and Prof.Witchheimer (the guys with the mauser, me) meeting:)

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And some plain background photos of the new miniatures newly painted for this scene:

Mysterious Military Advisors.

Manufacturers  from left ro right – Eureka, Pulp Figures, Unknown(?)

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German military officers

Manufacturers  from left ro right – Copplestone, Great War Miniatures, Copplestone

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Pilots (German in this scene)

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And finally a photo of the figures previously painted and playng some secondary roles in this “movie”:

Some random guys

Manufacturers  from left ro right – Artizan Designs, Lead Adventure Miniatures (LAM), LAM, Westwind Productions

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Written by Alex

6 Comments

Chris Schuetz

Beautiful work as always! Can I ask what paints you are using? Your figures always have a clean, smooth finish that I really like and your highlights and shadows blend really well.

Alex

Thanks, Chris! I use a lot of paints, currently mainly Citadel, Foundry and Vallejo. But also Army Painter (Inks), Scale Color (Metallics), MIG (rust effects).

moiterei_1984

Simply stunning Alex! Tremendous painting and superb set up. You’ve made me dig out my own unpaiinted BoB collection again.

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