A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Just Jack
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A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Postby Just Jack » Fri Aug 02, 2013 1:11 am

Greetings,
I'm Jack the new guy. I was on TMP complaining about my lack of technological savvy when along came John Thomas to recommend this site, which I greatly appreciate.
The focus of the discussion was the upcoming TFL rules, "Chain of Command," and what armies folks were preparing. I mentioned I was doing individually based 10mm (Pendraken) and would love to show everyone, but I didn't know how, so attached is a pic of a portion of my forces.

V/R,
Jack
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German half section with Corporal and LMG team.
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Re: A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Postby John Thomas8 » Fri Aug 02, 2013 2:01 am

Nice looking figures Jack.

Please feel free to link to your post here to TMP so folks can come over a see them.

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Re: A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Postby Just Jack » Fri Aug 02, 2013 2:53 am

Thanks for the help JohnThomas, and I made a new topic on TMP linking here. Here's another pic, this time of a Brit half section showing the Corporal, a Bren and his A-gunner, and two riflemen. I think these are two of the better picks because they're not too close (or is it not close enough to see my humble attempts at painting and basing?)

Jack
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Re: A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Postby John Thomas8 » Fri Aug 02, 2013 4:28 am

It doesn't look like pennies they're based on, or washers....what are they?

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Re: A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Postby Just Jack » Fri Aug 02, 2013 12:04 pm

JT8,
They're pennies.
I was just laughing at myself a little bit; nothing says 'combat' like the kitchen table and table cloth...

Jack

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Re: A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Postby John Thomas8 » Fri Aug 02, 2013 1:39 pm

Patchy snow over wet clay, that's what I'd call it.

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Re: A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Postby EvilGinger » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:19 pm

very nicely done indeed always very tempted by Pendraken stuff myself

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Re: A pic of 10mm for Chain of Commad

Postby Just Jack » Tue Aug 06, 2013 1:11 am

Pendraken has been fantastic for me, I really love their stuff. I have two complaints: 1) there are quite a few packs of ten men (such as British WW2 Bren Gunners) that are only one figure pose. I demand to have at least two poses per pack! 2) Pendraken doesn't have lines for everything I want to do (yet)! So, two relatively minor quibbles, but all in all, fantastic men, vehicles, and equipment at a great price with great service.

Jack


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