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abc wargamers25 May 2020 3:17 a.m. PST

Another paint 'conversion' this time showing how the Jacklex 20mm Japanese can be used as Mexican regular infantry, gunners and artillery with a little paint and imagination

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Hal Thinglum Supporting Member of TMP25 May 2020 5:50 a.m. PST

Very nice. Always great to follow your posts. Hal

Legionarius25 May 2020 6:19 a.m. PST

I LOVE paint conversions!

Frederick Supporting Member of TMP25 May 2020 7:24 a.m. PST

Nice work and they make great looking Federales

Coyotepunc and Hatshepsuut25 May 2020 9:25 a.m. PST

Ok, so because I am not as educated as perhaps I should be on such things, about what year do the uniforms in question represent for Mexico?

Thank you

Personal logo Grelber Supporting Member of TMP25 May 2020 9:37 a.m. PST

Coyotepunc, since they are meant to square off with Pershing's lads, probably 1915-16 or so. The Japanese were probably from 1905 (Russo-Japanese War), wearing a uniform style that was common at the time. So they would probably work from early 1900s to 1920-ish.

Grelber

P.S. You could probably use them as Balkan War (1912-13) Greeks, with a different paint job and mustaches.

SgtGuinness Supporting Member of TMP02 Jun 2020 3:31 p.m. PST

I always enjoy reading your posts and following your blog. Sterling brush work! I've been interested in this period since I was a wee lad but never gamed it. Hopefully one day. Please keep posting.
Cheers,
Sgt G

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