Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Casualties of war.

These are the last of my 54mm WW1 figures for the massive ANZAC diorama.

If you haven't been to Mustering the troops yet, go and take a look at the splendid work that over 100 Kiwi wargamers have been doing to make this project a reality.


ANZAC coin,
The Anzac coin design features a New Zealand and Australian soldier standing back to back with their heads bowed in remembrance. The mangopare (hammerhead shark) pattern symbolises strength and determination, and the silver fern reflects New Zealand’s national identity.

18 comments:

  1. Nice work Rodger! Congrats on getting your share of the painting finished!

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  2. Gruesome – and great! :)

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  3. I went to visit.
    Tip page is very stunning
    This ten group is also really good job

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  4. Great work, just finished my last lot too, will be great to see the final diorama!

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  5. Well done - it's good to give something back when you get the chance :)

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  6. Nice touch Rodger, tops mate

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  7. Commendable work, Rodger. The display will surely be impressive. Interesting coin with so much iconography - even the Maori pattern.

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  8. nice work mate, and well done on getting them all finished

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  9. Well done Rodger. I love the brass detail. Superb painting and congratulations on completing your last batch of miniatures.

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