Following on from Matt's British last week, I got sent some pictures from Pat of his British, with yet another way of painting MTP!
Pat painted them using Humbrol Enamels (he calls himself "old school"!) I am sure if you would like the Humbrol list (for the other enamel-painting types out there), Pat will be able to share.
A big thanks to Pat for sending the pictures through, he had this to say...
As you can see I've got two moving Fireteams & one kneeling team, although I've got more figures to paint up, plus all of Empress Brit 06 so the exact teams will change. I saw the new Empress Brit 08 & 09 at the SELWG show, really cool especially the female medic and the vallon mine sweeper- but they weren't available, real shame but will order them later along with some of the new Taliban (good Christmas present, they will beat socks!).
So there you have it, another way of painting MTP! I like the nice mix of colours that Pat has used- it certainly looks the business!
Pat also sent through some WIP shots of his next batch of British, showing off some very neat greenstuff work!
Along with his British, Pat also sent through some images of a piece of terrain he is working on...
I for one, love how this terrain looks. It is made from 5mm foam board and are mounted on 3mm White Foamed-PVC (MDF works as well). Pat went with a pan-middle eastern white stucco paintjob, which has come out really nicely. For me, it is all about the fruit stands, the tiling, the white walls, I like it right down to the three colours of doors. Apparently it is a work in progress but I think it looks darn good as it is, and with the internal details (furniture) Pat is talking about it will look even better!
This is all just reminding me that I need to make more terrain.....
So now that we have three different ways of painting British MTP, so where is the love for the other ISAF nations? Surely you can't ALL be playing British... right? We must be due some other ISAF nations, or even some more Taliban? Send us through what you have finished through to firstname.lastname@example.org, things like AAR's, ORBATs, Scenarios, Painting, Terrain and we will share them with the whole community.