Sunday, January 21, 2018

'BFG' from DaveX: German Winter Pak 40

Progress continues on my winter German forces for WW2.  These chaps can be used in many a winter theater for WW2. For the themed bonus round of BFG I decided to paint up a Warlord Games 7.5cm Pak 40 with a winter theme.  Its a pretty Big Freakin Gun with 7.5cm of doom being fired at any allied armour! 





















Points wise this should be 4 x 28mm figures= 20 + 1 x 28mm Arty Piece = 10 plus bonus round of 50 points, so a grand total of 80 points? One can only hope!  

16 comments:

  1. Lovely job Dave - looks awesome!

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  2. Fantastic winter paint job here Dave, nice work!

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  3. great paint job, they look freezing

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  4. Fantastic winter painting and modelling

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  5. Gorgeous weathering and basing.

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  6. Excellent painting! The base is made as a mini-diorama

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  7. I am gobsmacked as to your weathering skills both in the usual sense as in the winter weather effects you've put in this little gem!

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  8. Great work, very atmospheric - an excellent vignette!

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  9. I can fill the chill! Excellent snowed base, gun and grew painting. Must keep in my files for inspiration of my German winter unit (abandoned in a drawer for 2 years now)

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  10. Great looking winter camo here, top notch work!

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  11. Really top work - as others have said, we can feel the chill through the screen. I'm pretty I just saw these guys outside...

    First class stuff, very well done.

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  12. Excellent work- love the snow on the greatcoats. The posing and the basing are just amazing.

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  13. These looks superb, great weathering and basing work.

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  14. Lovely winter finishing!
    Best Iain

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  15. Thanks very much for all these great comments! Most encouraging!

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  16. Excellent work, Dave! I like the blistered cold cannon as much as the obviously miserable and busy crew. The winter effects on the base looks like unforgiving frozen ground too!

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