This thread is for submissions to the following category
Historical - any era - any single figure or diorama you may come up with. Conversions and digital kitbashing are encouraged!
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Title of entry - Name your work, even something simple such as "Grognards infantryman."
Description of entry - Parts used if a conversion, or if you've come up with any background. Whatever other details you think we should know.
@Lord Marcus nice ! I'll try to participate with my female FFI, how many pictures are we allowed ?
@Mathieu Tyras as many as you want. Just one entry per category though.
Hey guys, above are some pics of my Female FFI (Forces Françaises de l'Intérieur) that I painted for my Normandy board, hope you like them !
Title of work: WW2 kitbashed brits
Description: bodies are gurkha and victorian police, arms from female resistance, heads from Monks and Napoleonic Russians I think. Made the helmets myself
Title: We storm the breach at dawn!
Description: A group of serdengeçi (which loosely translates to thse head who risk their heads) storming the breach of a Serbian or Hungarian fortress in the early morning hours after a successful sapping operation in exchange for double pay. Also a humble offering for WGA to keep the fantastic Ottoman sculpts coming.
Conversions: The only conversion is on the one carrying the long teber axe. I used Fireforge Russian arms (which scaled pretty well) and a Fireforge Bardiche from their accessories kits. The other change I make was scaling down the shield to 90%, although I might go even lower in the future as I like having less of the fig hidden behind it so that more the sculpt being visible.
This is my digital kitbash. I used Russians and Bavarians and added my own caps, and the result will be a large Austrian unit in Greatcoats!
The Iroquois Confederacy
my daughter's grade six social project made from the animal and Mississippi natives sets. She got 100%!
Conscripts of Bohemia
3d kitbash of Napoleonic Russians in Greatcoats, Napoleonic Bavarian Infantry and my Shakos.
This is a large unit of constript fusiliers for Bataille Empire or another rule set.
Have a good day.
Hail Emperor, those who are about to die, salute you!
Sassanid General with Chaldean Christian advisors.
This is the head from the digital WGA Adishir kit. I tried printing the whole thing but due to a printing error kit bashed the head onto a fireforge Byzantine rider kit. The two priests are from the WGA Eastern Orthodox priest kit.
Here is my entry - "Takeda bodyguards" I painted it few months ago, hope it's ok. I'll try to finish another entry for fantasy category by end of august :-)
Satsuma Rebellion Rebel Artillery
Posted those a while ago on the Facebook group. Kitbash wise I am still very satisfied and proud of it. Giving it a try here :D
Officer is a Victorian Policeman, with Polish cavalry sabre and Rebel Yell head. Gun crew are almost unmodified prints of the Edo peasants.
So I thought I would try to sculpt and "kitbash" something extra for the competition. I converted the 3D Bavarian figures from Wargame Atlantic into these Grenzers. I had to create hats with faces, trousers with 'knots' on them, erase long boots, and create 'stripes' on the sides of the trousers for painting. I also added ankle boots, created backpacks, and made bottles
Titel: Dr. Barbenheimer
Description: Small diorama showing Dr. Barbenheimer enyoing her cigarette after a succesfull nuclear test.
Digital kitbash using Female French Resistance and the hat of Toht.
Forum Name : Richard Smeeton
Title : Gladiator
A couple of Public Safety Committee members deciding how to make France a 'safer' place.
They are 3d printed on a Mars Pro 2. They will see use in Silver Bayonet as well as in a Cthulhu roleplaying game.
Here is my entry, Ogawa-sama no shi-ri onnamusha. Lady Ogawa's four blades.
Hello~ I painted Persian heavy cavarly. Hope you like them. They are 3d printed with plastic horses.