Tuesday, 10 April 2012
New Vietnamese Hoochs Models
We have a most talented and entrepreneurial friend and gaming mate at our club, who is now pondering to move professionally in the wargaming scenery business. A few weeks ago I posted a battle report in which we used one of his first products, the "war mat", a sturdy clothe mat simulating grass with different colour tones and felt lengthes (it was again used in the last WW I game as you can see in the photos posted with the batrep).
Last Sunday he brought his latest creation, the first test model of a typical South-East Asia farmer hooch that of no doubt will be extensively used in the future to beef-up the village areas in our future games with Charlie Don't Surf. This is an area in which surprsingly there's not much choice in 28mm and those models available are pretty expensive (Grand Manner or Aechitects of War, for example)
I leave you know with some photos of the model and I'd appreciate if you can leave your honest critical comments and feed-back about the model.