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    somegeezer
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    This is my last batch of minis for 2018: some 1930s civilians. These will do as scenario pieces for WW2 and VBCW. They’re from Footsore Miniatures and they’re bloody nice. There are two sets: town and country people. The first five are the town folk: a schoolboy; woman about town; and various lads in suits.

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    And from the country, a couple of labourers; schoolgirl; old battleaxe and my personal favourite – the priest (who looks very familiar – more of this sort of thing!)

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    #1318195

    avernos
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    lovely stuff. I’m a big fan of Bill’s sculpts, I even picked up some of the IRA figures to use as 1920s gangster types/Sealion british troops

     

    #1318198

    somegeezer
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    These are superb, not a weak sculpt to be seen. I’ve a squad of socialists done a while back and have a few more things to throw at this project-that’s-not-a-project.

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    somegeezer
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    And now with added me wittering on about it:

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    a27cromwell
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    Neat video . Very nice looking figures . The town lads look very much like the younger platoon members of Dad’s Army in civy attire . ( just binged watch a couple of seasons worth so its on my mind at the moment ) . The whole group might also  work as  towns folk for a ” Eagle Has Landed  ” type game .

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    somegeezer
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    Cheers Cromwell. I still have those Dad’s Army minis sat in their box. I really ought to get them painted!

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    alfonsothetraitor
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    They really look great, well done!

     

    #1325184

    somegeezer
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    Some more additions, this time the Enemy Agents set from Warlord Games:

    Here we have our raincoated spy chap and some tweedy posho with a case:

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    And here are Warlord’s sculptors having a laugh. Very identifiably German with their jackboots and stickbombs.

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    And finally, not part of the set but a couple of partisans that will fit nicely with my workers’ militia – and got me over Warlord’s free postage threshold 🙂

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    I’m having a great time painting these.

     

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    panzerkaput
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    Very nice and I love the figures too,they are sculpted by Paul Hick. I think they are some of the best civies on the market. I am a big fan of Very British Civil War

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    somegeezer
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    Thanks @panzerkaput I’m having an absolute blast with Footsore and this setting.

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