6mm infantry don’t take to much paint. Just trying to pick out the weapon is hard enough. When I based these year ago, I used modellers White Pumice to fill around the tiny bases which is messy stuff but looks okay.
These infantry were sculpted by Germy and sold by Brigade Games.
I have had this model for a couple of decades I think, I really can’t remember where it came from, who makes it or why I bought it. As a first Mech for Horizon Wars it will certainly do. I may have to add a shoulder mounted weapon of some description.
I have two Battletech Mechs that are still in the packs that I will have to build and paint, one is a Madcat, my favourite Battletech model.
Next up in my Horizon Wars 6mm project are more Brigade Games models, three Shershen Anti Aircraft Vehicles and a Lisa Command vehicle
I have been getting ready for our first game of Horizon Wars recently and painting up some armoured units.
I have had a small (no pun intended) 6mm army kicking around for quite some time waiting for a set of rules to try out. Most of the models are from Brigade Games with a few other random bits thrown in.
First up are some APCs with a nice simple and quick paint job.
When I was buying stuff not really knowing what rules I would be using, I went for units of three models in most cases.
At Salute recently, Andrew May of Meridian Miniatures very nicely let me have one of his new steampunk special weapons. This armoured walking clockwork teapot can best be utilised as a flamer weapon I would guess.
I think this will be added to my Prussian force.
Not the best race of the day at Jerez, but I will take a Rossi win any time and any way.
That is it for my MotoGP interruption, it will be back to miniatures in the next post…