Another RPG armed VC or NVA soldier. After a longer brake, due to work constrains, I have started painting again. I also started with a bigger gaming project of a campaign of patroling in the Nam. More on this in the future.
Another head swop done. This figure is armed with a RPG and a AK 47. Figure and new head from Empress Miniatures sculpted by Paul Hicks.
And the original figure on the left next to the kitbashed one.
Here is another Viet Cong soldier with a conversion job done. I changed the head against one with a traditional
“No’n La” headgear.
Here the figure is shown next to the unchanged one:
Here is another VC soldier with the traditional vietnamese “No’n La’ ” headgear. The head is from Empress as is the body of the figure.
As usual I used GW contrast paints
Below is a picture next to the original figure:
This is a figure with a head swap. The figure is a regular NVA RPG gunner . I changed the head against a head with a traditional hat to make him look more like a VC. The head and the figure are from Empress.
Here is the original miniature next to the one with the new head:
An angry “mama san” and her brother who lost his leg to a booby trap. They seem to be quite inocent.
But ever so often you find out, the hard way, that inocence is not very often to be found
They got a little present from up north , in the form of an old german MG.
She is on her way back home after a long day in the family rice paddys.
Or is she on her way to join the other VC of the village tonight?
Both miniatures together:
This is another one of the VC in disguise by Empress Miniatures. A very nice sculpt, especially the face.
But if she gets disturbed, she runs to the hidden weapons and gets the gun out:
And both figures next to each other:
As I had a lot of shorter 3d printer filament pieces, too short for bigger projects, I printed these walls to finish them off with something useful. Walls like these can be used in between buildings or around parks and along streets. They are not only useful for my city of Hue project. So here they are:
The 3d stl files are from a WOW kickstarter campaign. I always based one wall and one pillar on one base to make them generic enough to be placed on my gaming boards in a multitude of ways.
Here are a few shots of a US Marine fireteam looking for the NVA/VC or is it the other way round?