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 […]
By Antònio Santos (Feb-2002) INTRODUCTION We have the idea that the US WW2 Army uniforms were all alike, with almost no variation. This is perhaps because of the primacy in modeling of topics related to the German army, leaving others in background. The examples presented here have been made with the help mainly of illustrations […]
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