It's not 28mm, it's not land combat and it was before I joined but my club has done Korean air combat before.
If I do this, I'll do winter. It'll also need a decent number of hills. I can't really do the full hill effect, as that would involve a table that's a few feet tall, but I'll still want some...Not a terribly great suggestion, but maybe you could shift your modelling instincts from the troops to the terrain to make for the distinction? Or in the scenario design?
I don't have that, perhaps surprisingly. I do have their LVT(A)-4 and it is quite good. Some of the resin on the turret is a little thin, but not TOO thin, just delicate. There were no bubbles or miscasts, so I'd recommend it.How are their kits? I find myself drawn towards their Soviet armored train.
I finally got around to unboxing this, and it is quite disappointing. I don't know if the mold was bad, but the model itself is poor.I think that 'Company B' just has released an Easy Eight Sherman in 28mm.
I think I've seen the same thing done in 15mm, there was a Wargames Illustrated feature on it (they'd made British stands look like slit trenches with heads looking out).I saw a demo game at a convention once of the Glosters on the Imjin river, but, I seem to remember that was done with 6mm minis.
If you can get it right then you've got to do the whole battle, a Division of British troops fighting a Chinese Corps, it would look spectacular.I think I've seen the same thing done in 15mm, there was a Wargames Illustrated feature on it (they'd made British stands look like slit trenches with heads looking out).
EDIT - if someone wants to do the Glosters, I wouldn't mind doing the (oft forgotten) Ulster Rifles and Irish Hussars from the same battle.