Monday, 18 June 2018

Bolt Action: Romanians Pt.2


Welcome back boys and girls, today I have a fairly large update to my last Bolt Action Romanian post (HERE).

After a number of paint changes and addition layers I'm finally happy with their outcome, well sort off... Honestly I wish I went with the Winter sculpts over the Summer uniforms but nevermind eh?


Completed is:

 One platoon (2nd Lt and 2 Squads)
 Sniper Team
 Medic
 MMG
Med AT Gun
Panzer 38(t) 
plus Axis support from a Tiger 1E.









The force is starting to come together but is far from finished though I have run out of bits too paint until next payday when I can order the rest of the bits I need.

Well that's your lot for today, rather a photo dump post then anything else.

Comments always welcome.

Ta ta for now.

8 comments:

  1. Great painting, but I like the basing best; the contrast of the bright green tufts and dry tufts looks great.

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    1. Thanks, tried to go for Autumn feel with the basing so I could use them in various theatres of war and years.

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  2. Wow, that's a lot of stuff painted since last post, nicely done mate!

    Really like the basing. Good contrast against their drab uniforms.

    Did they get Tigers from the Krauts? I thought it was just PzIV's and StuG's? Regardless, even with Unreliable rule and Inexperienced crew, it'll take up a large chunk of points in your list so you won't have to paint "that" much.

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    1. Ta bud, no they didn't get any Tiger's sadly (Plenty of PvIII's, PvIV's, Stugs, Panzer 38(t) along with anything they found along the way) but the army rule is that you are allowed to take a unit of the German book as Axis support. That was the plan anyway till it was pointed out that you can't take any AV10's tanks.. so it goes back to my Last Levy force and I'll find some something else to use from my many German tanks or in larger friendly games it'll be captured/looted :)

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  3. Smashing stuff Chico they look just the ticket, the contrasting tufts work nicely :-)

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