Thursday, November 24, 2011

Fallschirmjäger 8cm Light Mortar platoon(15mm)


Hi folks revisiting my Fallschirmjäger for FOW and finished up a platoon I've had half finished for quite some rime. These are some light Mortars  which are essential to all FJ forces as they can provide the quickest and fastest means of suppression allowing for rapid deployment of their forces or stop attackers from overwhelming their defensive positions.

I'm having quite some fun painting right now as I'm bouncing around between subjects which keeps me at the painting desk when I have time. I still have plans to add more to this force whenever the mood takes me again. I also attained a very large American Airborne and Tank Company for FOW so stay tuned for that.:-)

As always thanks for viewing!:-)

Miniature Company:FOW Battlefront

19 comments:

  1. You know me I love the FJ, excellent work.

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  2. These are lovely Christopher,
    Incredible detail for 15mm. My nephew david is working through a load of late war Russians, American and Germans.

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  3. Excellent painting once again Christopher, they look fantastic!!

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  4. Great stuff again. Curious what pops up next now... Cheers, Michael

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  5. Very nicely done. I could have done with a good bunch of mortars for my own game the other night... ;-)

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  6. These are wonderfully done; can't believe the quality of the detail at this scale.

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  7. Very very nice work Christopher.

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  8. Love those FJ. Great work. They were some of my own favourite figures for WW2

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  9. Christopher,
    Great looking troops!

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  10. Beautiful stuff, Christopher! Glad you're enjoying yourselves with new/old subjects!

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  11. Great work. FJ are a great unit to paint.

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  12. Thanks guys I appreciate all the positive feedback!

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  13. Great detail and intricacy you have done! Keep it up sir

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  14. Very nice FJs - well done! For some reason I especially like the drop canister. What will be in it? Cigarettes, LPs of the lastest Marlene Dietrich or boring ammunition?

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  15. Don't know how I missed these, Christopher. Absolutely stunning work, as usual. I can't imagine these figures being painted any better.

    Giles

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