What is on your work bench for September?

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What is on your work bench for September?

Post by Dropbear » Sun Sep 23, 2012 1:37 pm

What are you painting up at the moment?

I am working on some 28mm figures:

Vietnam war LRRPs, VC and Vietnamese villagers
WW2 Pacific war Australians
a Rhodesian bush war RLI fireteam
and some as yet un-named WW2 figures for an alternative history setting.

What are you painting up?

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Re: What is on your work bench for September?

Post by Bluewillow2 » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:00 pm

20mm

modern 2000s peacekeepers
modern 87 Russians
modern 70s to now black rebels
helicopters
jets
American / german tanks, trucks, A/C, etc

28mm
Sassanids
Goths/germans
Napoleonics
7YW
ww2

1/1200th
ships


and lots more I hope!

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Post by Admin Fella » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:06 pm

If i can just get the 18 figure Roman unit done i will be happy. :shock: :D

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Post by Qman » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:19 pm

28mm waffen SS.

And a commission for a mate, two lizard men for a bloodbowl team.
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Post by fanai » Sun Sep 23, 2012 9:30 pm

Me finish 200 28 scot coventers -
I generals coach
2 units of Croats
and finish 12 dwarf crossbowman
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Post by Graf Luckner » Sun Sep 23, 2012 9:41 pm

a long overdue Fire and Fury confederate project - 300 (+) 15 mm miniatures,
a long overdue 28mm Norman army for Impetus / Clash of empires and finish off the Dread fleet ships from the box set.

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Re: What is on your work bench for September?

Post by Paul » Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:50 pm

As always too much.. :lol:
Medieval Pilgrims
Medieval Builders
AWI Iroquois
Early germanic meeting house
English standard bearers (mounted) (Crecy)
French knights (mounted and dismounted) with banners (Crecy)
With only a week to go before October i don´t see me having any chance of getting all of them finished.


Good one would be a "what´s planned for october" but I´d need a couple of pages for that :lol:
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Post by paintpig » Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:14 am

I was expecting your list to be 5 times longer than that Paul .......of course you do paint them pretty quickly so guess not :P
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Re: What is on your work bench for September?

Post by paintpig » Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:25 am

Nap French
Nap French
Nap Russian
SYW French
Nap Brit Artillery
Nap Personalities unknown (don't remember)
Nap Russian Art.
Possibly Saxons the hairy types :wink:

Ohhh, and Insert a few SYW Hanovarian muscians in there too :? :D

and for me, ummm, possibly some iNation gaurd cav (3) and Hessen drummer and officer
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Re: What is on your work bench for September?

Post by greatwhitezulu » Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:52 am

Finishing my 28mm Typhoon that has languished for years. Now Bolt Action is out I need to finish it...
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Post by Paul » Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:42 pm

paintpig wrote:I was expecting your list to be 5 times longer than that Paul .......of course you do paint them pretty quickly so guess not :P
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As of next month it will be a lot longer (ooer madam)
The first week of oct I should get another couple of hundred Austrians to paint alongside a few test painting sets and my usual "own projects"
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Re: What is on your work bench for September?

Post by wargameroz » Tue Sep 25, 2012 3:27 am

All 20mm

1950/60's French for Africa
1980's West Germans
Wartime Brits
Blitz British Paras
Various Liberation moderns
Vehicles for above French
Various German and British vehicles as the mood takes me
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Post by craigjwoodfield » Tue Sep 25, 2012 6:57 am

28mm US Airborne
28mm Norman milites and crossbowmen
28mm Perry samurai
28mm FIW indians
15mm WW2 Australian infantry

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Post by paintpig » Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:00 am

50'sand 60's French for Africa rings my bell, sounds interesting wargameroz do tell more. :)
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Re: What is on your work bench for September?

Post by paintpig » Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:24 am

greatwhitezulu wrote:Finishing my 28mm Typhoon that has languished for years. Now Bolt Action is out I need to finish it...
So you will be having another game then? Nothing like a new set of rules to restore some enthusiasm for forgotten projects.
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Post by Ragnar » Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:09 am

20mm StuG
20mm cold war Soviet
15mm T34s, SU100s and T70s
Space Marines
28mm ECW
28mm Saxons
28mm Skeletons
28mm Conanesque barbarians.

Some of this stuff has been languishing on my bench for a long, long time.
28mm
Early Saxons
WWII Germans, British
Skaven
FIW
20mm
Fallschirmjager + Kiwis
Cold war Soviets
WAB, HC, FoF, BP, KGN
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Re: What is on your work bench for September?

Post by Tarty » Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:43 am

2 units of equites for my 3rd C Romans
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Re: What is on your work bench for September?

Post by wargameroz » Tue Sep 25, 2012 5:56 pm

PP

Using Liberation and Elhiem figures, they will have Britannia Chaffees, Greyhounds and M3 halftrack variants as well. Have some shanties being built by Tinned Fruit on eBay and the opposition will be mainly Liberation Neg codes. Will get some photos on the weekend

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