This is a Dixon Miniatures Prohibition Era truck that is going to see time in VBCW gaming. The cargo in the back looks like material for bootlegging, but upon closer inspection is all material for guerrilla warfare. I almost put the driver on the wrong side!
These are all the figures I finished recently for a Very British Civil War commission (VBCW). They are a mixture of Dixon, Brigade Games, and Artizan Design miniatures.
These are from Dixon Miniatures, the first figures I've painted from this company. They are very nice and I really enjoyed the ones on the bicycles.
These are Gangster Molls from Brigade Games. They are excellent miniatures too, and I recommend them to anyone looking to add some females to their VBCW gaming.
These are from Empress Miniatures' Spanish Civil War line and represent the Parish of St. Martin. They do nicely to add some color and pomp to the VBCW. I've already painted a batch of 12 that these few go with.
Finally, is a pack of Artizan Design French Partizans. Excellent figures, but the one knelling is missing the hand supporting the sub-machine gun. A casting error I suppose.
First up are some WWI Early War British from Renegade Miniatures done for a commission. Over all they are some nice figures, but there were a few that required a lot of work to get to a barely acceptable level. It is what I've come to expect from Renegade Miniatures.
Next, are Captain America and Bucky. They are limited editions from What The? Miniatures and may not be available anymore. One of these days I want to try some Weird World War Two Gaming and can see these two leading a platoon of 82nd Airborne Troopers against some Nazis. The humidity has been playing hell with the spray on varnish so they are a little fuzzy. I am going to order some brush on matte varnish to see if I can't fix that problem.