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That's a tidy little unit Al, well done Sir; I must resist the temptation!
Thanks. That's not the entire unit - I have about 30 odd figures in total. Just couln't resist...
Really nicely done. I especially like your AT teams.
Nice figs Al, how well do they mix with plastics?
Al of Italian decent? As in return to Sicily for the God Father's boys ;)Nice lookers
Bard - Thanks, the bazooka teams are particularly nice sculpts.Al - sorry can't help you there - I don't have any plastics to match them up to - which ones were you thinking of?Geordie - not sure about that! Am going to use them as US equipped French too though (after replacing the obviously US NCO with a suitable French figure.
Great Stuff, Al. At the moment I'm painting 20mm for the Italian Campaign myself. So, what rules are you going to use? I will try NUTS!2
I will be using Nuts! They're my favourite rules for 28mm WW2 and just have the right "feel".I used to focus on 20mm for WW2 but ended up switching to 28mm because I just love some of the figures - of course I now have some areas duplicated between the scales...