Sunday, 7 February 2016

WW1 British Imperial Medical Aid Station 2.

The completed project. An interesting bit of "table-dressing". Figures from Perry, Woodbine Designs, Old Glory, Great War Miniatures, Footsore Miniatures, Mutton Chop and Foundry. Head swaps are everywhere! The tent and piles of boxes are from Grand Manner.

Old Glory Surgeon and Nursing Sisiter from Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nusring Service, Perry Sudan Orderly, Doctor and bare chested casualty, and a Foundry "lying down" case on the other stretcher.




Woodbine Designs Doctor, Old Glory Stretcher Bearers with casualty, Foundry "walking" case.



RAMC Orderlies with stretcher case from Perry, The two Indian SBs are from Mutton Chop and Footsore Miniatures with Woodbine heads.



The camels are from Perry with scratchbuilt cacolets. A Woodbine casualty propping himself up next to a Perry Sudan casualty, The SB offering a drink is a Woodbine Designs figure with a side cap head from some Footsore Miniatures BUF types.




9 comments:

Jay White said...

Beautiful. Top notch. Outstanding.

Phil Robinson said...

Absolutely stunning, an inspiration to us all.

DeanM said...

Amazingly painted and base vignettes. All museum-quality. Love the blog banner too!

Thomas Foolery said...

Beautiful, absolutely beautiful!

Michael Awdry said...

Oh Mark what a triumph! This is a sublime piece of work and it has been a joy to see it come together - simply outstanding.

Rodger said...

Awesome paintwork!

Matt said...

Absolutly stunning!!! :o)

Paul´s Bods said...

Excellent!

Sidney Roundwood said...

Amazing work, Mark - absolutely brilliant. This has everything - great modlling, fine painting and just brilliant composition! Top marks!