I often have figures on the table that are partially painted. Then in one good painting day, I’ll finish a bunch, leading to a feat or famine feeling to this blog. Yesterday afternoon I managed to finish some 28mm WWII Poles from Warlord that have been partially painted for about a month. I had hoped to finish them in time to use them in my Combat Patrol™ games at Fall In, but I didn’t get them done in time.
These figures are from the Polish headquarters set. This set includes a light mortar, two anti-tank rifles, a light machine-gun, a medic, and a couple of officer figures.
In previous posts I have shown my Polish armored train from Sarissa Precision. I was looking for a Bofors anti-aircraft gun to mount on top of it. Warlord makes one for the BEF, but not for the Poles. When I ordered the gun, Warlord generously included a sprue of Polish heads. I swapped the heads to create this Polish anti-aircraft gun.
I haven’t finished the base yet, and I still need to paint the tires. The gun comes off the ground most and will fit on the armored train. I can use it in games as either ground mounted or mounted on the train.