Sunday, 27 May 2012

WW1 German Jager




 These guys are another group that I received as a Christmas gift last year.
 Great War Miniatures make some truly outstanding figures and these are right up there with the best. Nice poses and all of them are different.

 

On patrol.
  



I have also been working on another damaged building for our WW1 stuff and I will post some pic's of the latest one soon.

20 comments:

  1. Wundebar Rodger! Nice work all around. Wiating in anticipation of the building!

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  2. Great figures - 'sehr Hubsch' - getting very interested in the early war stuff!

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  3. Great stuff, just ordered a heap of 15mm Blue moon WWI French and Germans, no jagers though, might have to convert some.

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  4. I like them, nice work Rodger!

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  5. I always liked the WWI ranges also, nice work.

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  6. Very very nice figure and scenery work.

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  7. Sweet, looking forward to seeing this building. What kind of damage do you have planned for it? perhaps from a grenade or some other kind of explosive? - Thanks for the post
    -Sg7

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  8. Very nice looking unit! Well down!

    Christopher

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  9. Superb work Rodger, really like these chaps.

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  10. Nice tidy work, though I'm not used to seeing a white pom-pom on their helmets!

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  11. Really nice Rodger, they look nice, old school soldiers thats hardcore man.

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  12. Those are great looking - I had them earlier but traded them as they were a little too large for the rest of my Old Glory WWI; I recently picked up some Foundry Jaeger - sized a bit closer (smaller 28mm) to the OG. I also messed up at our local convention's Bring & Buy - passed up on some OOP Foundry WWI Germans in picklehaube. Best, Dean

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  13. Great looking figures and setting. Look forward to seeing that building.

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  14. Those do look nice on the table Rodger. A lot of WWI coverage on the blogosphere today. Kismet.

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  15. Excellent figures and photos Rodger.

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  16. Great scenery work Rodger, love the movement impression...
    Best,
    Phil.

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  17. Nice work Roger love the scenery.

    Regards

    Hobbyworke.

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  18. Nice work Rodg. Looking forward to seeing them in action.

    My WW1 20mm French are coming along well

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