First up in the update is Panzercommander's beautifully done WWI Doughboy. Fred was the only one at the meeting that thought about doing a tribute to WWI for the 100th Anniversary of the end of the war. As usual, he put a lot of time into the research on the figure and the result is a museum quality work of authenticity. Great job Fred. I don't have much WWI stuff in my collection, but you are making me wish I had at least one more piece.
Next up, J. Kidd had a couple of really nice WWII figure bashes that he had recently completed. The first is this D-Day Invasion outfitted Medic. The figure has a nice combination of uniform and gear from a variety of manufacturers. I am not familiar with the figure, but I really like the headsculpt. Nice Job John.
John also put together this great looking 'winterized' trooper. British to be sure, but I think I remember John saying that he was representing a Canadian WWII infantryman. I didn't even know anyone made a winter white uniform for a British trooper. This is really cool. Very nicely done and very unique.
Club president, Hammer Six put together this cool little vignette feature a motorcycle and two SS soldiers. The painting on the motorcycle is beautifully done and the little piece of grass mat really sets off the scene.
Continuing with the motorcycle theme. Cory Lord had brought all these motorcycle for Hammer Six. He tore them all down and repainted them for the Hammer's new motorcycle unit. The painting is amazing and I can't wait to see them all crewed up.
I apologize that there was no Meeting Update for October, I was unable to attend. If you have not seen those pictures you can view them on the club facebook page. I will be at the December meeting and I hope to see you there. If you live near the Cincinnati area, please join us. Doors open at 5:00 pm the first Wednesday night in December. Directions can be found on this website.