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Part of my stuff

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Part of my stuff

Postby sunihanble » Mon Mar 10, 2014 1:05 pm

Hello
Some pics of my stuff.
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These ones in 20mm , we used to play with Charlie don't Surf rule in 20mm but now we use "Fliying lead" a variant of Songs of blade and heroes.
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A tunnel rat. I didn't have the right fig at this time ( with a pistol). I put this on tha table when the US find a tunnel and decide to get in.
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A bird dog in paper . I didn't find a bird dog in 1/100 éme or if if find it , it was too expensive for me. So i take a paper model plan in 1/72 and make it smaller. Really hard to glue this fing with my big fingers :oops
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here in action
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I had a zero that was in my desk for a long time . Decide to take it to make a set for vietnam. Just for fun and to let people know that this country was in war since a long time .Later i put a squeleton in it. ( sorry for my bad english :oops )
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That's all , i 'm not going to put every thing but if you want to have a look , here is the forum adress of my club and the battle reports .( all in french :huh )
http://www.les-nerviens.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=62
Enjoy :)
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby Mishima » Mon Mar 10, 2014 3:56 pm

Superb. I love the Zero - and the idea for using it - and the addition of a skeleton will be a fantastic touch.
http://www.gomidesigns.co.uk
For 15mm Vietnam Riverine models.
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You write "Born to Kill" on your helmet and you wear a peace button. What's that supposed to be, some kind of sick joke?
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby Smitty14 » Mon Mar 10, 2014 5:10 pm

Very nice and amazing stuff Pascal. Thank you for sharing and don't worry about your English you're doing good. :good

Oh and I second the comments about the Zero. It's a wonderful piece and tells a story not only about the plane and pilot but of the country and it's wars as well. Very nice touch.
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby Blackhorse 11 » Mon Mar 10, 2014 7:40 pm

Yes! Great detail!! It all looks awesome!
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby dflynsqrl » Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:23 am

That's some really great stuff! Thank you for sharing.
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby jimmi » Wed Mar 12, 2014 5:35 am

Howdy again M. Sunihanble !

More really nice original work here !

I LOVE the table layouts here ! ... just wanna call in an airstrike ! ...ooops.. someone already did ! (cool napalm template)

The rusty Zero is a really really terrific idea ! ...the Paper bird dog you have done very nicely ... very good execution !

Are the Sea-Knights in the first shot 1/100 (Faller/Dahlmann?) or 1/72 (Airfix/Heller?) ?

Very very cool !
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby GARRYOWEN » Fri Mar 14, 2014 5:05 pm

Really fabulous Pascal. Everything is great. Thanks very much for posting it all.

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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby sunihanble » Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:52 am

jimmi wrote:
Are the Sea-Knights in the first shot 1/100 (Faller/Dahlmann?) or 1/72 (Airfix/Heller?) ?

Very very cool !

They are olds 1/100 vertol from Tamiya :)
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby Dropbear » Sun Mar 16, 2014 2:08 am

I love the photo of the whole table, and the explosion from the bombing run!
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby TimberlineSix » Sun Mar 16, 2014 6:39 pm

Great work. Looking forward to seeing more. Thanks for sharing.
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One CiDG company

Postby sunihanble » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:58 am

One Hmong CiDG company
I would like to make a Lang Vei scénario so i need a CiDG company. The pictures are not good but you can see two figs with a red beret. They are veteran from Capitaine Sassi commando ( french commando in Laos), there's also some naked Rhe who fight along with the Hmong.
The Méo or Mhong were used to have small horses . So for the fun i made a platoon on horses. Usually the Hmongs didn't take the horses in battle , they used it just for moving but i'm pleased to think that if one of the spécial force was a cowboy he woud be happy to have some cavalry in his compagny..... :)
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby Mishima » Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:52 am

Cool. I recently read 'Harvesting Pa Chay's Wheat' - a really comprehensive study on the Hmong war in Laos. Love the horses. :good.
http://www.gomidesigns.co.uk
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby jimmi » Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:29 pm

M. Sunihanble ! ....what's French for WOW!...??

You are consistently showing some wonderful and exotic work ...this is entirely brilliant ! ... keep it up ! These are Peter Pig figures.. yes ?
These completely look the business... I don't care if they dismounted to fight !
... now I think about... it the one thing Vietnam was missing was cavalry actions by Montagnard companies ..but not any more !!

This strikes me as a good/viable/wargamable way to do some worthwhile long-range-recon actions up on the highlands. Inspirational lateral thinking !

What else have you got back there ????
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby sunihanble » Thu Mar 20, 2014 12:07 pm

Thank you :)
Yes it's peter pig figures , from the AK47 range.
Last week i bought some elephants , here there's two of them( still have five to make ). I'll use them for Vietnam/Indochina and my Burma Stuff.
They were used by the Vc and by the US
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With the others i 'll try to make this
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American advised patrol plods through the Vietnamese jungle on June 27, 1964. Supplies and some of its personnel aboard the powerful, plodding elephants which are a form of native transport dating back centuries to Hannibal during the First Punic War.(AP Photo/Horst Faas)
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http://www.queflipas.com/miscelanea/animales-en-guerra/
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Re: Part of my stuff

Postby Smitty14 » Thu Mar 20, 2014 5:15 pm

Those look very nice. :good
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