With two sections of my terraformed terrain boards complete, I thought I'd see how some of my 6mm figures looked on them.
Pictured above are warbands of Normans and Saxons, on the near and far shore respectively, face-off against each other across a bridge. The figures, I believe, are from Heroics and Ros, which I bought in Germany back in the '90s.
The bridge is from JR Miniatures, while the thatched-roof hovels are cardboard models downloaded from Eric Hotz's Roman Seas.
Skipping several centuries, pictured below, we find a column of American M4 Sherman tanks approaching a German defensive position:
The American tanks, German infantry and 8.8 cm FlaK gun are from GHQ; the cobblestone square is from JR Miniatures; while the burned-out buildings and the fortifications, are from Scott Washburn's Paper Terrain. Below is a close-up of the advancing Sherman platoon:
A close-up of the town and defending German infantry:
While in the not-so distant future, a column of New Anglican Confederation (NAC) tanks attempt to secure a power plant currently defended by power-armored infantry and combat vehicles of the Neu Swabian League (NSL):
The miniature tanks and infantry are from Ground Zero Games:
The power plant is from JR Miniatures, while the bridge, used in both the WWII and sci-fi pictures is scratch built:
This terrain board was a little "too green" for me to pose my Arab & Israeli tanks, while my Greeks & Persians, along with my fantasy figures, have yet to be painted. Despite these historical and a-historical gaps, one can still see that some thing never change...