Sunday, March 3, 2019

'Fellowship' from JamesM: LCA Passengers

Hi folks,

Very rushed post as I am expecting MartinC to arrive any moment to whisk me away to Hammerhead.

This entry consists of some of the passengers for the LCA's I painted earlier in the challenge.

Suffice to say my feelings are that there could be no better definition of the term 'fellowship' than those chaps waiting, seasick and scared, to land on a hostile shore.

These are the Battlefront 15mm figures that came with the LCA's. There are three different 'poses' of strip, each strip 4 men long.

I've glued them to small bases to keep them together, and removable from the LCA's.

Here they are in the craft:

So a total of 72 figures for 72 points.


  1. Wow, those look terrific James. They really do an excellent job in finishing off those LCAs. As you say, thinking about those men going ashore in hostile territory is pretty sobering stuff.

  2. Good work, they really bring the craft to life.

  3. Such a good idea and really well done too.

  4. Well done James. I really like that you made them so you could have loaded and unloaded landing craft. What Curt said about landing in one...

  5. Lovely work,tightly packed, smart work with the basing!
    Best Iain

  6. James, that just is a marvellous take on the theme!