Tuesday, April 1, 2014

1930´s interlude...

I have had these two trailers for my Loyd Carried at my painting table for about six month...thought it was time to paint them up...

The will transport some of the "Gruvettan" faction to battle in our "A Very Moderate Swedish Conflict" Project. My ideea was to get me some kind of transport that might have been in civilian use in the mines but now have to do military service in the fight against the white faction.








18 comments:

  1. great vehicle splendidly modelled and painted!

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  2. Michael that is some serious hardware that your Miners are packing and it looks very nice indeed

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  3. Very nice work, love the unusual colors!

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  4. Lovely models indeed and unsurprisingly look great on the table.

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  5. Looking good Michael! And worked like a charm too. :)

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  6. I like the "televerksorange" colour :-)

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  7. Beautiful work Michael! Very very impressive!

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  8. Very creative and cool looking unit. Don't mess with those Gruvettan guys!

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  9. They look fabulous Michael, isn't is funny how seeing a model in a different colour completely changes your perception of it - fabulous painting Sir.

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  10. Wonderful figures and terrain. I agree about the carriers painted in "civilian" colors - Something I'd never expect to see.

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  11. Lovely and the red one the carrier, trailers and helmets is stunning!

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  12. Appreciated, very glad you liked the "civilian" transport and all in "televerks" orange:)

    and if you non Swedes want to see some original Swedish "televerks" orange vehicles can have a look here: https://www.google.se/search?q=televerks+bil&espv=210&es_sm=93&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=mT88U6KyL4uP4gSdmYH4Dw&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAQ&biw=1366&bih=624

    Best regards Michael

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  13. Beautiful and clever work, Michael. It's another example of why your tabletops sing with color and character. Can't wait to see these in an AAR.

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    1. Very appreciated Monty !!!

      AAR you say...you don´t have to wait for long;)

      Best regards Michael

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