Monday, February 1, 2021

Early War Sikhs for Burma

The Burma project continues with the addition of a Sikh infantry section and some support units.

28mm Warlord Miniature Sikhs in Burma for Bolt Action WW2 Gaming

As with the majority of this project, the figures are from the Warlord plastic kit, with the addition of an officer from Artizan. The warlord kit is pretty limited on accessories, so the binoculars for the anti-tank gun spotter had to be pulled from the bits box. The 2-inch mortar arms seem to only work with the prone body, and the arm of the ammo carrier won't fit on the kneeling body, so you are limited with pose variety here. It's a great shame when compared to the knee mortar options available in the plastic Japanese kit.

28mm Warlord Miniature Sikhs in Burma for Bolt Action WW2 Gaming

The infantry section is built straight from the box without modifications, and as with the previous builds, looks reasonable enough for a cost effective option.

28mm Warlord Miniature Sikhs in Burma for Bolt Action WW2 Gaming


4 comments:

  1. Marvelous brushwork on these - I have the same figures and they look nowhere as nice as yours.

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  2. Nicely done! I never cease to be amazed by how far hard plastic figures have come in these past few years.

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