Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Kitbash 1/6 US Navy SEAL in Woodlands camouflage

Moving on from my previous post of the BBI Elite Force 1/6 scale 12-inch US Army Special Forces Green Beret Sniper "Prowler".

Woodland pattern was the name of the default camouflage pattern issued to United States soldiers, Marines, airmen and sailors from 1981, with the issue of the M81 Battle Dress Uniform until the new millennium. Now they are considered so "last century" as the United States has adopted the digital camouflage pattern, thus phasing out the Woodland pattern.

This is a kitbash 1/6 US Navy SEAL operator wearing the Woodland camouflage of the late 1990s - just something I threw together from loose clothing and parts lying around :) I used the Medicom Cro-Magnon RAH300 body, H&K MP5SD and boots so that I could pair him up with the Medicom Cro-Magnon SEAL Team Six operator (see last picture of this post).











Medicom Cro-Magnon 1/6 scale SEAL Team Six operator (part of MSFS - Medicom Special Force Series) was covered in a much earlier post HERE

3 comments:

desmond said...

Alex, no knee pads for your kitbash Navy Seal??

@lex Gen X 1:6 Hardcore said...

ha! ha! no kneepads necessary desmond, these SEALs have very thick skin ;p

desmond said...

Bullet proof, isn't it?? Haha!!