Tuesday 3 January 2012

Painted in 20 Eleven

Following on from my review of the year a few days ago I thought I'd post a collection of pictures of the best stuff I painted last year. This was the year that I focused on my Flames of War collection and the terrain to play it. I want to diversify this year by going back to my painting roots with some 28mm figures. Like most gamers I have a growing lead mountain and I feel an overwhelming urge to dive into it and see what inspires me in 2012.

M5A1 Stuart Platoon

Destroyed Stug Objective Marker

15mm resin walls

Sherman A1M1 76mm Platoon

US Motorised Rifle Platoon

Supply Depot Objective Marker
Sherman M4A1 Platoon


Dragons Teeth

MG Nest

Panzer IV's by Forged in Battle

15mm Resin Norman Church

Norman Farmhouse

Nebelwerfer 42 Rocket Battery

US Rifle Platoon

Schwere Panzerspahwagen - Sd Kfz 234/2 Puma

Smoke and Flames


  1. Great collection - good luck with the lead mountain in 2012!

  2. Nice job! FoW is on my list of games to concentrate on in 2012, and if I can come close to what you've accomplished I'll consider it a successful year. Now get going on your 2012 projects - time's a wastin'! :)

  3. Nice painting and photo work.They will look very good on the battlefield, IMO.

  4. Beautifully done Lee; The Stuart platoon is my favourite.

  5. A fantastic collection, hard to say what I like the best, but I think its gotta be the Schwere Panzerspahwagen - Sd Kfz 234/2 Puma's. Nice one Lee!!

  6. Very nice collection of work Lee. Love those Pumas.

  7. Lots to be proud of there mate! The Pumas are my fav too, great job :-D

  8. Some good reminders of great work there especially the flame markers.

  9. Lots of great completed projects! My favorite might be the Supply Dump objective marker

  10. Great collection of pictures of nice painted minis.

  11. A massive output, I especially love the bunker made out of logs. must try to make some for my japanese defenders!

  12. My favourite here are the Stewarts, but best of all is your enthusiasm to share all your work and adventures

  13. Good work all round Lee. Are the dragons teeth a bought thing or did you make a mould and cast them yourself? Roughly how big are they?

  14. Scott - The dragons teeth are resin, 15mm scale and cast with about 16 'teeth' per base each of which are less than 10mm tall. I bought them from Total System Scenic (http://totalsystemscenic.com/) and they cost just £3 for two bases. They were easy to paint and I intend on buying some more next time I see them.

  15. Fantastic effort Lee. Super progress for 2011.

  16. Those 76's look the business, well done on the productive year! May I ask where you got those resin walls?


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