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A mythical beast - a female wargamer! I got back into wargaming in the summer of 2011 after a very, very long break. My current interests are Ancients, ACW, 30YW and SciFi gaming.

Sunday, 1 July 2018

Aussies On Parade




I decided to spend some time this morning adding tufts to the bases of all the Aussies that I've painted so far. And then to take a bunch of photos of them all. So, here you are - a bit of a photo dump!

Squaddies with rifles:


Junior Leaders with SMGs:


Junior Leaders with Rifles:


Bren guns:


Squaddies with Owen guns:


Squaddies with Thompson guns:


Senior Leaders:


The chap with the carbine is Major Lumley from The Assault Group.

Medic:



2" Mortar teams:


3" Mortar team:



Vickers MMG team:




PIAT team:


Sniper team:


Radio Operator:


Flamethrower:



Papuan stretcher team:


Papuan troops with rifles:


Papuan troops with Owen guns:


Papuan Bren gun team:


Independent Company squaddies with Owen guns:


Independent Company sniper and squaddies with rifles:


Independent Company Bren team:


Independent Company senior leader:


Two village huts from Sarissa Precision:


For those that haven't been following my posts, the figures are a mix of Aussies from Warlord Games, Eureka Miniatures, Artizan Designs and Wartime Miniatures, with a few Chnidits from The Assault Group and Wargames Foundry.

18 comments:

  1. Very impressive. The tufts really bring the bases to life.

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  2. These are really splendid Tamsin.

    Are you coming to Colours this year?

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  3. fabulous paintwork! congratulations Tamsin!
    your project is top!

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  4. I am so please you have treated us to a group shot, really well done Tamsin - a cracking job!

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  5. I am VERY impressed! They look stupendously good! - one problem is that the Japanese will not want to fight them and scratch that paintwork!!!!

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  6. They look amazing, well done!

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  7. An excellent bunch of Diggers, well painted & based plus great mix of manufacturers. Thumbs up from an Aussie :-)

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  8. They are really nice . Good job

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  9. What a great force you have there. Great painting and some really nice sculpts.

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  10. @ Lee - thanks! :)

    @ Simon J - cheers! I'm hoping to make it this year, but it will (as always) depend on the trains :)

    @ The French Jester - merci, mon ami! :)

    @ Michael A - thanks! It was about time to do a group shot :)

    @ Herkybird - cheers! Maybe they will want to trash them out of jealousy? ;)

    @ Chasseur - thanks! :)

    @ Jack sarge - cheers! Great to have a thumbs up from one of the natives! :)

    @ Derek F - thanks! :)

    @ Dave D - cheers! :)

    @ Dannoc - thanks! :)

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  11. Strewth mate,..you have done a bonza job on these blokes...for a Sheila!..(just kidding, they look great Tamsin)

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  12. Awesome collection! Fab job seeing all these come together.

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  13. Top stuff. Ready to climb the Kokoda trail. Great stuff.

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  14. @ rross - good recovery their sport! Cheers! :)

    @ Simon Q - thanks! :)

    @ Brendon - and to Buna and beyond! :)

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  15. That is a great looking force, Tamsin! I love that stretcher team.

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  16. Great looking force! I really love this style!

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  17. Great post Tamsin, the different firms really mix in well together.
    Cheers
    Stu

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