North Koreans

Started by Lord Speedy of Leighton, 25 December 2018, 11:16:28 PM

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lowlylowlycook


Lord Speedy of Leighton

Brilliant
Must start mine...
You may refer to me as: Lord Speedy of Leighton.
2016 Pendraken Painting Competion Participation Prize  (Lucky Dip Catagory) Winner

paulr

Lord Lensman of Wellington
2018 Painting Competition - Runner-Up!

Techno

Super work !  :-bd

Cheers - Phil

sjb1001

Chucked in a few base close ups on the blog page now as the light was a bit duff yesterday.

Lord Speedy of Leighton

FINALLY, got mine done (good thing too, I bought them for myself at Warfare last year, and bought some opponents at Warfare THIS year). Wanted to have a significant post for 19999...

The whole company


Company command


Infantry platoons

(Command stand, 2 LMG stands, 4 rifle stands)

Weapons Platoon

Command, 3 60mm mortars, 3 81mm mortars, 6 A/T rifles and 4 LMGs

South Koreans next... eek!
You may refer to me as: Lord Speedy of Leighton.
2016 Pendraken Painting Competion Participation Prize  (Lucky Dip Catagory) Winner

paulr

Lord Lensman of Wellington
2018 Painting Competition - Runner-Up!

Techno

+1.

Very nice work, Will.

Cheers - Phil

Sunray

Inspiring as always.   Neat work Will. 

Its time to get some eye candy Korean range on the forum.

My North and South Koreans are getting prepped up for a Boxing Day battle as 1960s bush war Batasi rebel forces .  I was inspired by "Guns at Batasi" (1964) movie, and the Christian province - evocative of Biafra - breaks from the predominately Muslim  Zambalia Federal Republic in East Africa.   

The shift to the East allows Arab style buildings you find along the coast.

Since Leon shipped out the much needed Saracens and Saladins the ZFR have their armour. Troops are British Falklands.  The Batasi troops are  a Rowntrees force.  Allsorts.
One mercenary figure is Tiny Bill - a Timecast Soviet giant with a new beret head. 

I could not source Mini Con aircraft for Count von Rosen (converted Arrowhead figure), so he had to do with an HA-1112.

Images will follow.  :)