Last week I promised to take some pictures of my painted North Africa forces that I have collected so far. So over the weekend I got everything out on the table and it was quite an enlightening experience o see just how much I had achieved in six months. It has also highlighted some glaring gaps in my forces that need filling. One thing that is clearly missing from these mid 1942 forces is Air Support. I have the models waiting in the wings (no pun intended) and will start on them in the next few days.
|BigLee's North Africa (Mid 1942) Forces|
The British forces consist of two 8th Army Companies; A Heavy Armoured Squadron and an Infantry Tank Company.
The Axis forces include a German Panzerkompanie and an Italian Compagnia Carri.
|British 8th Army Forces|
| Panzerarmee Afrika|
Your force is growing nicely. I am all in favour of getting all the units you have for a project, it's amazing what shows up from doing thisReplyDelete
Excellent work Lee, very inspiring!ReplyDelete
Very nice! It's always fun to see the "family" shot of all the toys together.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the pics. It's good to see it all together. It all looks good. Mayhap it's time to get some axis infantry painted up. Airframes would also be good.ReplyDelete
Very nice indeed Lee!!! See I told you you'd like the 6mm!!!ReplyDelete
Damn nice Lee but Ray we could paint this amount on a night shift....when we had jobs!Delete
That's a nice little set of forces there Lee. Cracking work - looking forward to the RAF and Lufttwaffe contingents :)ReplyDelete
Very nice Lee, the overall effect of the 6mm is very nice indeedReplyDelete
A very neat set of troops you have there. BATREPs with the perchance?ReplyDelete
Great job here!ReplyDelete
They are, quite simply, looking terrific Lee. They look neat, handy, perfectly ordered and very smart indeed. Top marks, Sir!ReplyDelete
I love to put the troops on parade every so often. It inspires me to paint more.ReplyDelete
Very nice for a collection that is sure to grow and grow :-)ReplyDelete
Lovely collection Lee. I can see you are a proud 'pappa' of the troops.ReplyDelete
That's a lovely collection you've got there Lee - very nicely done sir!ReplyDelete