Still enthused by our playtests so getting some more of these completed, its eating into the Lead Mountain so must be positive.
Chum Chris Charlton built this particular cart for me, a kit from one of the MDF manufacturers, modelling not really my thing.
I already have a red Tchanka or machine gun cart so wanted a White one too. Bit of a mix of models.
With a forthcoming game involving the Far Eastern Troops I also wanted to finish off my Chahar Mongols, so an addition of four troopers and a leader gives me two units of 8 with their own command.
So some good progress with these, despite some new purchases the Lead Pile for this project remains reasuringly small, unlike some of the others.
Thanks for reading, see you soon.
Beautiful miniatures and nicely painted. Alas, I am finding that I am having to settle for less on my figures as I age, but yours are wonderful!ReplyDelete
Thanks very much, I do know what you mean as well.Delete
Very nice, especially the partisansReplyDelete
Cheers Neil, I am pleased with thiseDelete
The RCW is such a great period for variety Roger! I like all your additions very much but possibly the Anarchists are my favourite. I never got around to doing partisans, although it was in my mind to do so for a while....maybe I will go back to that one dat, even though I have far more than enough Bolshevik forces already!ReplyDelete
Same, been doing RCW for many years and only just got around to Partisans, the great thing of course being they can be on either side or neither as you like.Delete
Really nice! Those Mongols are the bomb!ReplyDelete
Great additions to a great collection. Love the partisan/anarchist command base. Cheers, ChrisReplyDelete
Thanks Chris, Giants in miniature just released the same figures but I think I am happy with those I haveDelete
Russian Civil War without Tachankas? It simply cannot be. Whites deserve their own as well. Splendid paint job!ReplyDelete
Cheers Bartek, just an anarchist one to do now.Delete
Lovely figures, well painted. 👏👏ReplyDelete