Sunday, 29 May 2016

Dad's Army

Warlord Games figures this time.

Painted up the boys from Walmington on Sea recently to add to the already painted Home Guard figures.

The crew, at this stage. I still have the figures of them out of uniform to paint.

Captain George Mainwaring  and William Hodges the ARP Warden.

Private Godfrey with his First Aid bag. Private Pike  and Sergeant Wilson.

Lance Corporal Jones ready with the cold steel.

Privates Walker and Frazer

Mainwaring and the Vicar discussing the use of the church hall.
Just need some German Para's to drop from the sky or a Kriegsmarine Squad to invade from the sea and we will see just how good they really are!

28 comments:

  1. Fantastic paint job.
    They should keep the hun away.
    Cheers
    Stu

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  2. Mate these are awesome. Nice attention to detail!

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  3. Great looking figures Rodger!

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  4. Great work Rodger! Brings back memories of watching the show as a kid :)

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  5. Well done Rodger that's a lovely set of figures. Cracking paint job on them!!!

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  6. Those are just wonderful Rodger, I quite fancy a set of those myself.

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  7. Cracking work Rodger, maybe some nuns?

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  8. Managed to get on your blog without mine crashing.
    They look superb Roger and go well with your terrain.

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  9. Superb work! Great looking set :)

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  10. You've done a great job with them Rodger! The buildings look the part too.

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  11. Great painting and buildings Rodger!

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  12. Well done Rodger. You really did a great job of bringing this figures to "life".

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  13. Excellent, got to get me some of these!

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  14. Nice work. And cracking good photos.

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  15. "Don't tell them your name, Pike" :o)

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  16. lovely figures/painting - miss the TV show! :o)

    cheers,

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  17. Great additions to the collection.

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  18. They make the Germans laugh and the job is done! :-D
    Wonderfull figures and it brings old memories back! Thanks for sharing!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  19. Splendid minis - the scenery is great, love the houses!

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