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Konflikt’47 US Support

Konflikt’47 US Support

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About the Project

Painting up some extra units for Konflikt'47 US Army.

This Project is Completed

Some Troops

Tutoring 7
Skill 16
Idea 11
4 Comments

So I have begun working on some extra troops and vehicles for Konflikt’47.  The first unit are US Heavy Infantry.  As always, Warlord miniatures are a nightmare to work with.  They are full of flash, miscast parts, and undefined casts – or maybe I am just unlucky for the fifth time with this company!  It is possible I guess.

Some Troops
Some Troops
Some Troops
Some Troops

Next up is the US Grizzy Walker.

Enter Grizzly

Tutoring 6
Skill 16
Idea 9
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Hi everyone,

I  have finished the Us Grizzly for my US Army for Konflikt’47.  Please note that for my vehicles for WWW2 I didn’t bother too much with accuracy.  You will see what I mean when I post my Sherman and Pershing in a day or two.

 

Enter Grizzly
Enter Grizzly
Enter Grizzly
Enter Grizzly

The Steadfast Sherman

Tutoring 2
Skill 8
Idea 3
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I am not a big fan of the Sherman.  I don’t like the look  of them, but I have to admit that they were practical, useful and manageable.  In game terms they are also very affordable even the M4A9-T Tesla version.

So I painted one up for my Konflict’47 US force.  I also painted up both turrets giving me n extra option.  As always, I did not go for historical accuracy – just a good look.

Tomorrow I will close this mini-project with the M26 Pershing. Stay tuned!

The Steadfast Sherman
The Steadfast Sherman
The Steadfast Sherman
The Steadfast Sherman

The Pershing - shwing!

Tutoring 2
Skill 6
Idea 4
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HI,

This is the last entry of my mini-project.  Now I need to get back to my Diorama!  I always keep on finding excuses not to work on it.

This entry is about one of my favorite WW2 tanks – the M26 Pershing.  This tank took up most of my time.  This is because I had to stencil the star on the top of the engine area.

Nonetheless, it was a fun run and I enjoyed painting these reinforcements up.

Until my next project, stay safe and have fun.

NR

 

 

The Pershing - shwing!
The Pershing - shwing!
The Pershing - shwing!
The Pershing - shwing!
The Pershing - shwing!

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