A die-cast Altaya prepainted and RE-painted Flakpanzer, weathered, dusted and with some crew added. Two of the figures are Caesar 1-72 WW2 German Infantrymen and the pointing figure is a PSC hard plastic figure.
The Altaya Sahariana is a nice solid model that only needs a little weathering to turn it into a very attractive and sturdy wargame model. The figures are from the 1:72 Waterloo 1815 Italian “Tankmen, Driver and Artillery Crews” set. The gun-sight on the Breda 20mm AA gun lets the model down though, and at […]
Some time ago a friend from our wargame group, Juan Reyes (Brazo de Nelson Wargamers Club) had a brilliant idea of using cut-outs from old X-rays that he painted over with gloss paint to use as wargame scenery to make marshes. In a recent game scenario we needed a wide river section to cross the […]
Pictures from a multi-player game. A platoon of UN troops has been tasked with taking a 50 Million USD ransom payment to a meeting point in the suburbs of a fictional war-torn city for the release of two downed NATO pilots. On their journey to deliver the ransom, their vehicle, a VAB, has been taken […]
The Strelets Boers have some chunky and exaggerated poses, but on the plus side every single figure has a different pose and once painted I have to admit that my opinion of the set improved dramatically. You can see a full review of the figures on the excellent Plastic Soldier Review website http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/review.aspx?id=951 http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/Review.aspx?id=957
Por Antònio Santos (Febrero-2002) INTRODUCCIÓN Tenemos la idea de que los uniformes del ejército americano de la 2ª Guerra Mundial eran todos iguales, con casi ningún tipo de variación. Esto tal vez es debido a la primacía en modelismo de temas relacionados con el ejército alemán, dejando a los demás en un segundo plano. Los […]