|These are the core of my North American Combine conventional force the 2nd Heavy Armor Brigade Combat Team.|
Here are a couple of pictures of all the Ogre/GEV miniatures I managed to paint this year, which I submitted to the Vis Lardica painting challenge. No doubt by the time you check out the link Robert will have posted them up and scored them for me (he has, I got 354 points).
I've been working on the ORBAT of my North American Combine force, which will be based on the contemporary US Army Brigade Combat Team organization. I plan to post a piece on this once I have the photos of all the units done. This may take some time. Still I can enter them in next years painting contest, which will be good.
|Some extra howitzers, because what's not to like about howitzers really?|
Previously seen on the blog the reinforcements for my French Pan European force. I'm still left with a shed load of miniatures to paint to finish what I'm now calling the 7ème Brigade Blindée, which again is based on contemporary French Army practice. I had a lot of fun researching both these and the American ORBAT's and I'm compiling the photos for a blog entry on these too.
|Part of my 7ème Brigade Blindée force arrayed in all its glory.|
In addition, all the work I've done will go into both an article for Miniature Wargames & Battlegames magazine as supporting material for my Escalation scenario with ideas to make a ladder campaign with force morale rules too.
|Finally finished after years of neglect my Mark 2S Ogre, which I originally started sculpting because Steve Jackson Games didn't do a Ninja.|
|And a before I finished picture for comparison.|