Lunchtime Love

Yep … it’s love when you just finish your sandwich and the receptionist brings you a nice box with the rest of your World War 2 Blitzkrieg Commander Japanese. I had already received armour and infantry from GHQ and Heroics and Ros. I was waiting on some more armour from CinC. It arrived today. I now have enough to do my Japanese World War 2 army in 1/300¦1/285 scale – a perfect opponent for the Soviets in the early stages of the war. I will detail all of it up later but below are the shots of lunchtime love.

I should add that as far as cost and detail goes, you get what you pay for. With the vehicles, GHQ is is most expensive, CinC the second most expensive and Heroics & Ros the cheapest. The detail follows the same order. With the actual infantry figures, to be honest, I prefer the Heroics & Ros figures over the others. Adler also make World War 2 infantry in 6mm but alas, no Japanese.

Looking at the size of these vehicles I think I will need to base then on half size bases to the ones I am using for the Soviets as these tanks are very small – reminding me of how small it was inside my first Nissan many years ago.

More in this later … in the meantime, back to playing with the new toys!

3 thoughts on “Lunchtime Love

  1. Doug 6 November 2013 / 6:26 pm

    hmm.. I can feel some 14th army coming on, or perhaps the Singapore Garrison, as I have to love the underdog


  2. itineranthobbyist 6 November 2013 / 10:10 pm

    It’s so fun getting models and games at work. Hard to stay focused on work though!

    Look forward to seeing the progress.


    • Thomo the Lost 6 November 2013 / 10:14 pm

      Oh yes and much easier to smuggle in at night and just add to that indeterminate, “I must sort that pile out later dear”, of lead over there on the table 🙂


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