Copyright © 2019, Paul Scrivens-Smith

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Saturday, 19 October 2019

WWII Tirailleurs Sénégalais (3)


This week I finished off the last few Crusader Miniature Senegalese Tirailleurs that I picked up from Northstar at the Partizan show back in August.


The first group is a NCO (Junior leader) with a 60mm mortar with a couple of crew.


The original French heads with Adrian helmets were replaced with Senegalese heads.

The second group is another three infantry men who will be used to either make up the numbers on weapons crews, or go towards another Groupe de Combat.


All were painted using my previous palette, although as noted on that article I think the small packs were too pale, so I did them off a base of Khaki this time.


All the platoon and supports are now painted, now to use them in a game.....

19 comments:

  1. Great figures and superb painting!

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  2. Wonderful additions, waiting to see them in action!

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    1. Cheers Phil, looking forwards to gaming with them myself.

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  3. Really like them Paul! I think you‘ve nailed the colours for the greatcoat.

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  4. Very cool, Scrivs. The red fez is a nice contrast to the khaki and OD of WW2.

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    1. Cheers Dean, it does make a change from all the greens, browns and greys. They are a bit dulled down though, I'll have to get back to painting ancients ;)

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  5. More lovely work and as Dean points out the red is a great conter point!
    Best Iain

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  6. Great work Paul. This inspires me to do the 1940 campaign, but in 15mm.

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