Saturday 23 July 2011

Holiday Update Part III


As promised, some shots of the artillery set, I have done 2 Middle-Eastern/ Gallipoli bases and one late war European base. I love all the little extras you get on the crew-men sprue; crates, shells and shell-wicker baskets. Also I like that the guns are now produced in hard plastic and the crews in the regular softer stuff, makes for easier construction and conversion.

 The Gallipoli versions.The log barriers in the left-hand picture are taken from the HäT Russian WW1 gun crew. The Officer on the right-hand base is an Emhar officer with HáT sun-helmet conversion head.

 The Late War version, with added Emhar Officer.

 Cheers Sander,

Listening to: "Californication" by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers

Friday 22 July 2011

Holiday Update Part II


While I am still hard at work doing chores in and around the house, I have found some time to finish the HäT ANZAC heavy weapons teams and am in the process of finishing the HäT ANZAC artillery as well.

Here are some pictures of the heavy weapons. For both sets I mixed crew from the artillery and heavies sets to create more diversity and threw in some Emhar officers as well. A lot of these chaps have head-swaps with the brilliant extra head-options provided in the HäT artillery set. I specially like the tropical sun-helmet.

Watch this space for pictures of the artillery sets.

Cheers Sander

Listening to: "October Rust" by Type O Negative