Saturday, 12 November 2011

462 Field Ambulance Squadron


I finally managed to the get treatment tent done recently which means that 462 Field Ambulance Squadron is now complete. Headed up by the infamous Doc Butcher, it's got everything a good medic needs to those injured guardsmen back to the front line.

I've got to say, even though these will probably never see a tabletop battle, it was a really enjoyable project that had bit of everything in it hobby wise and seeing them all together really is the icing on the cake.

Here's the links to the individual pieces ....

13 comments:

Rasmus Olesen said...

Amazing! Wow i missed the other ones but thank god for this post. Why wouldnt you use them? You could use them as 5 objectives and some terrain. Would be great for a storyline where your army had to go and defend a medic encampment.

Ras

eugostodejogar said...

Hi Really a amazing job of creativity, for sure i will take some of your ideas to my ow table!

keep posting!

Hal'jin said...

Whoooaa. This is simply amazing.

Sidney Roundwood said...

What an amazing collection. Deeply inspiring, Mel. They really add something to a Guard Army. Definately something right out of "Fifteen Hours" or "Straight Silver". Fantastic stuff!!

oink said...

These are great, I love how all the different elements tie in together! I can see how most of these things CAN be used in a game, such as objective markers, or themed terrain pieces. This is all really inspiring, that's for sure!

Hamster Cage Studios said...

that is very well done!! I'm Inspired to make my own version!!

GreyCleric08 said...

Amazing work as always. I always look forward to group shots.

Gotthammer said...

Great seeing it all together - I agree with Rasmus that a scenario about defending the wounded Rourkes Drift style would suit the pieces very well.

Col. Corbane said...

@Rasmus - It's amazing how those posts slip by isn't it mate. I think they'll have to see the tabletop at some point.

@Eugostodejoger - Thanks mate

@Hal - Cheers mate

@Sidney - Thanks mate, they've certainly been a labour of love.

@Oink - Cheers mate, must admit, I wasn't sure if they would go together until the tent was done.

@Hamster - Thanks mate, post pics if you do, I'd love to see them,

@GreyCleric - Cheers mate, have to agree, I love it when I do the final group shots.

@Gotthammer - Thanks mate, I think I'm going to have to have a chat with a mate about getting a game in, then all I'll have to do is remember how to play the game ;-)

#2501 said...

Those are so very cool, especially the shell-shocked guy sitting in the foxhole. Nice work!

Admiral Drax said...

AAAAAAHHH!

I love this so much!

Headologist said...

This is absolutely superb and something I've been planning to do for a long time myself. I've just been adding some of my recent triage fluff documents to my blog

Malkavschilde said...

Very Inspiring Sir!