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Author Topic: Winter War Soviets, Finns, Scenery and Jump-Off points  (Read 410 times)

Offline 7dot62mm

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Winter War Soviets, Finns, Scenery and Jump-Off points
« on: November 14, 2021, 07:07:06 PM »






First, we have some 20mm Winter War Russians...



Zvedza, Atlantic, Fantssin, Pegasus Hobbies and old IT Miniatures (Lancashire Games) figures.











The Pegasus and Zvedza are some of the most anatomically correct figures for wargaming.





These figures have been in a semi-finished state for several years and now I finally got them done.

























Next... we have a Kibri watertower.





Then, some Winter War themed jump-off points for Chain of Command...













Finally, some Finnish infantry...































And then a second batch of Soviets...



Strelets, Popeda, Warrior, Foundry, Fantassin, TQD, Zvedza and Revell figures...







I usually use figures from many manufacturers, as that will give the troops a rag-tag appearance.









































And then, some Milicast T-37A tankettes



The Milicast model is pretty easy to build and looks fantastic.


















Offline wds0855

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Re: Winter War Soviets, Finns, Scenery and Jump-Off points
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2021, 04:41:09 PM »
Excellent work.
How do you get the snow effect on their clothing?

Walt

Offline 7dot62mm

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Re: Winter War Soviets, Finns, Scenery and Jump-Off points
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2021, 06:49:42 PM »

Thanks! The bases are all painted with Vallejo Foundation White (now renamed Cold White I believe). The snow effect is merely dabbing a bit of that onto the hem of the greatcoat. It works surprisingly well.

 

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