Well, Thursday I prepped the infantry for my Wolverines project, but I didn't base them because I was fresh outta bases. I didn't get anything done Friday, except to place an order for more bases from Litko, but Saturday morning I was rooting around in all my hobby stuff, and what did I find? That's right, a bunch of bases. So this morning I based up all the infantry; and this interesting (to me, at least), as I've never done 10mm troops this way.
In the past I've glued the infantry to popsicle sticks, primed, painted, and washed them, then popped them off, glued them to bases, painted the bases, then flocked the bases. but I've seen lots of guys (on the internet) that clean and prep their 10mm troops, then glue them straight to the bases, then prime, paint, and wash them right on the bases. So I'm giving it a shot, see how it works out. It should help me move even faster; on the popsicle sticks I tend to paint way too much detail and areas you'll never see on the gaming table. I want to get these troops on the table ASAP, so I'm hoping this works.
Anyway, here are some pics.
The Soviet 120mm mortars.