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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, 22 September 2019

Finished: 15mm Choson Korean Rocket Artillery



Another quick win, to help clear the backlog!

These Hwatcha add two bases of light rocket artillery to my Choson Korean army for ADLG/FOG-AM/FoGR. In total, they took less than a day to paint, varnish and base but with long gaps between some stages.






The figures are 15mm from Essex Miniatures.

Because all the "Arnhem 75th" posts have been scheduled to post at 1800 UK time, I've scheduled this one to go out at 0600 UK time on Sunday morning, when I will be happily snoozing in the land of nod.

13 comments:

  1. Superb, two more gems on your future tables!

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  2. Very nicely done Tamsin, cracking job.

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  3. Oh those are absolutely delightful, Tamsin. Awesome looking little minis!! :-)

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  4. Fantastic detail on these small miniatures Tamsin

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  5. @ Phil - thanks! Not sure how effective they'll be, but they'll certainly look good :)

    @ Michael A - cheers! :)

    @ Blax - thanks Simon! :)

    @ Dave Stone - cheers! The crew on these are much nicer than the Grumpys ones I've painted before :)

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  6. Do love rockets, you gave been especially busy lately and I've loved the arhnem stuff

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  7. I bet they were a relief to paint after all the complex paint jobs you have done of late!!

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  8. Those are whiz bang awesome 😎 Tamsin. Are they more dangerous to the users or the target?

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  9. Now there´s something you don´t se that often. Really nice .

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  10. @ Martin C - thanks! Soon to follow - Roman Candle artillery! ;)

    @ Herkybird - cheers! It was a relief to paint something relatively simple :)

    @ Peter D - thanks! Historically, more dangerous to the target; with me commanding, probably more dangerous to the users :)

    @ Fran - cheers! :)

    @ Paul - thanks! Not usually seen in 15mm, because nobody was producing them up to now :)

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