The Jihadistani war drive continues at a good rate, bulking out the forces I have so far to make more realistic sides. This isn’t too difficult given how I mainly have infantry, lots of infantry. One thing I did want was camels for carting supplies around in a campaign. I got the pair above from the chum known as Eastern Barbarian on GWP so no real idea who makes them. They’re the first camels I’ve painted in 28mm and I really enjoyed them, but they don’t look as good in the photo as they do in real life. Shame on you digital photography!
This is an Assault Group’s Taliban firing M60, which I’ve set on a different base to the one supplied. The supplied one is brilliant, featuring a dead Terry Taliban which the gunner sets his gun across.
I’m setting all the support teams on the same base just to keep it simple. I got Fenris Games to cut these ones for me and they can supply them at exactly the size you want.
There are three figures to this set as well as a couple of spare ammo boxes. As I’m trying to keep these bases small for maximum utility on the game table I decided to base him seperately.
There’s enough pieces to a set to make multiple bases quite different. A nice touch.
Next up is a British Mortar and Crew – a delightful set which I’m looking forward to using.
I’ve painted them in the new British MTP pattern camo, but from memory as I don’t own anything in this pattern yet. I’ve added some SA-80s from Hasslefree as they seemed a little under-supplied when it came to small arms.
One thing I would have liked would have been a box or two of shells, but I didn’t have the time to scratchbuild a couple especially as I’m not sure what they look like.
Finally the British GPMG – a neat trio which I just about managed to squeeze onto the base.
I did have a little trouble getting both the gunner and loader in place with this one.
Blimey, thanks to this photo I’ve just noticed the sugaring on the observers legs. This has set me scurrying off to check the model only to be relieved in being able to dust it off…
…God Bless digital photography!