At home in the both the wild jungles of Africa as well as those of the ballrooms & boardrooms of Berlin, Lady Helga von Bergjäger is a woman accustomed to getting what she wants. In Africa her favorite weapons are a sharp large bladed machete, a sharper wit and her trusty 7.62mm Mauser with a x4 scope! In Berlin her brains and good looks are her weapons of choice (backed up with a discrete but powerful 9mm auto pistol of course).
Lady Helga von Bergjäger is a metal 28mm piece from Pulp Figures.
Taking posession of a heavliy used smuglers cargo craft in the East China Sea, Lt. JG. Scott Fishomme and his men head away from port. On of the many exciting activities of the those brave men in the Navy.
The Navy men are all 28mm metal pieces from Pulp Figures.
One of the workhorses of the Pacific, landing craft like this did everything from landing troops on hostile beaches, to supplying outposts and patrolling the myriad of islands.
This is on of the thousands of landing craft (ranging is size from those that could carry an infantry platoon to the largest that could carry vehicles up to the size and weight of medium battle tanks like the US Sherman).
Simple in design, with function rather than comfort being the over riding factor.
This example is rusting and worn from heavy use and has only the most rudimentary of life saving equipment.
This is a scratch built boat, mostly from balsa wood. The life preservers are from green stuff, the metal cables are from fine gage wire, while the grill, smoke stack and pilots station are plastic. To see the stages of construction check the Landing Craft WIP post.