Sunday, 4 September 2011

2nd Crossfire Kiwi Company...

...almost complete. Just need to add the mortars and FOs.

Here, in their underbright near completeness, is the culmination of 6 weeks work. In between work 'n stuff...








Sorry for the lack of illumination, I took these outside while the PVA was drying this afternoon and it got a bit overcast. Pity, 'twas lovely earlier!

Happy Father's day and one year anniversary since the first 7.1 earthquake here in Canterbury (which didn't cause any fatalities), and it's subsequent aftershocks (which, unfortunately, did). What a year, eh?

Nick

12 comments:

  1. Hi Nick, great job on the Kiwis. Any AFVs in the pipeline?

    Cheers,
    jacksarge

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  2. Thanks Bro,

    Already got half a dozen or so Shermans from Andy, three of them expertly painted up as Italian Kiwis.

    I'm actually hankering after a box of PSC Pz IVs...

    Nick

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  3. Looking good Nick,A very under rated set of figures.And yes a very "mad" year for you all down there.

    Cheers Rich.

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  4. Cheers Rich.

    Nice Victorian mate,

    Nick

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  5. I think you should be quite proud of yourself Nick, they look the cats pyjamas.

    Lovely work.

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  6. Thanks Paul. Not that my cats wear pajamas... :-)

    Did you see that doco on Prime last night 'bout the Coast? You got a lovely back yard there mate!

    Nick

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  7. These look really great. The time you put into them definitely paid off.

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  8. Some nice work there Nick, nothing wrong with some of the older figures still around eh?

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  9. Cheers Al,

    That's some fine multi turreted tank you've got there mate. I'm sure they seemed like a good idea at the time!

    Nick

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  10. Excellent work Nick - keeping the Crossfire dander up!

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  11. Thanks Monty.

    I'm hoping to have the mortars ready soon. Not that you need on table elements, other than the spotter, but they do look cool! Handy to have besides the dice that keep track of fire missions too. Otherwise, I might just forget what those dice for, there on the edge of the table!

    Nice Puma too. Would mind me one of those for the Germans.

    Nick

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