"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain....
Time to die."
A narrow escape from the clutches of the undead and reunited to form a top looking unit; not to mention more invaluable points. Excellent work that man.
Good to see you moving up the table in the painting challenge, Fran... but then, so is Ray! Yikes!
Beautiful guns and crews Fran. Great work.
Very nice - I like the ammo box detail in particular
Urraah, they'll give it to the fascist tanks! What colour do you take for the uniforms?
Vallejo Tan yellow, which is recommended on the box but it's not the greatest colour I thought....
WW2 needed more zombies, you should have included them for kicks.
They look ready for war!
A zombie scenery box? Man, that sounds like fun. I like the ammo gets its own stand. Painting is top notch. Great work Fran.
Really nice Fran and at this rate your going to have some great WWII games in the future!Christopher
They are looking great.
Pretty cool! Great detail! That squad looks like it's ready to take out any tank that comes it's way!
Good progress, mate :)Looks fancy!
Glad to see they survived their time amid zombie scenery unscathed.
Great looking stuff there Angry. Looks like they've got your front yard covered!
Great work !Painted cleanly, highly detailed, excellent photographed.Really nice !But:What is a "Anti Platoon Platoon" ?:-DReminds me of the "Trace Buster Buster" in "The Big Hit" with Mark Wahlberg.:-)CheersMonty
Thanks for that Monty, totally missed that.....
Those look great!
oh, they even have little grenades...
Very nice. Good to see you getting more points.
Does that make them zombies as well?
Ooooh nice ones Fran! Love the ammunition boxes.Now to fight communism!!!What?Oh......
Agreed with Siwoc, those ammo boxes look great. Amazing work as usual!
Closet zombies with big guns, now that's scary..haha
Who ya gonna call? Tank-Busters!
Nice job. Looks like the troops are about to serve the Germans up a hot meal.
Love those big guns!
Very nice models, Fran. I like a lot the idea of to put the gun single, very useful.
Oh, I love this sort of thing. Tiny people/accessories, tiny world-domination. Aggressive, yet adorable.:-)Pearl
Sorry I'm late Angry. I had an appt this morning, I hit publish left and just got home. Those ammo boxes with the live mortars in them are particularly nice. And I like the way you've got them set-up looking out the windows. Great warning for your neighbors.
Is that a commander yelling?
Wow, I really wish I'm more into WWII, but please don't said that to my girlfriend! :D
Very nice group. What is the scale of the European Battlefield rules?
15mm to 28mm I believe......
Very nice francois!!!!!!
There are very nice indeed.
Outstanding! The shells are brilliant.
Very nice. I enjoy looking at your pictures so much.
You've done a great job on these figures, canons and shells!RegardsLonewolf
I keep finding figures in boxes like that but often with only half the machinegun or whatever, good find.
Nice. I like the single basing. I´ve benn tearing my hair out today after finding a decent set of colonial rules ...which basically require single based figs...S**T!!!!! CheersPaul
Love it! Love the European style. Really nice work too as usual.
Glad you found the missing men -- they all look great!
Crackin Fran. Really nice.
Cute ones. Somehow seeing them near the window sounds perfect.
Very nice! And good work on the '70s movie quiz. I finally posted your answers so others couldn't cheat.
These look good!
very nice looking
I like! This is real panzer bait.
Nice work, I like'm
This is really useful for me - thanks. I've recently started modelling and have this set and did wonder how best to base them - go for a single base or put them on individual bases. I like your solution. Cheers - wonderfully pained (hope mine look half as good).