One of the downsides of painting miniatures for periods like WWII is the uniformity. So I found painting this rag-tag bunch of partisans a real pleasure.
I’m now putting the finishing flourishes on my new late WW2 British force for Chain of Command. Well, I say British, but these guys are just as likely to be played as Polish or Kiwi infantry, although at the moment I’m mostly playing as the 49th (West Riding) Division as we play through Operation Martlet. […]
I’ve finally got my new platoon for Chain of Command ready. For some reason I thought it would be a good idea to do all the AFVs and most of the supports first, and only start on the infantry sections last. One nice thing about doing it that way is that by the time you […]
I want to be able to dig in one or two squads of my Germans for Chain of Command, but I’ve never been happy with the available solutions for showing 28mm infantry as dug in. Firstly, I want the troops to be in foxholes or shell scrapes, not standing behind walls of sandbags or in […]