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I'm working on exactly that - given the excellence of the 2 base products, CoC and Q13, a tremendous amount of work has already been done, the trick is the merge. It's like making a meal with quality ingredients, you need to combine them well for success. Timings? I'd hope playtest version by Christ...
- Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:49 am
- Forum: Miniatures, Models & Scenery
- Topic: Making Barbed Wire Obstacles From Scratch
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I have just been doing the same for 15mm but could easily scale for 20/28mm. I'm using the Ironclad stuff - £1 for 10' and I find it easy to manipulate and looks good (if only I had got round to taking some photos...). I am thinking of offering such a service more widely as there does seem to be a g...
My research is that they stayed as the large squads, but that is far from comprehensive with the sources I have at the moment. The mix you mention seems to be a bespoke task org - one LMG per section was the standard issue but I reckon these guys would have been top scroungers and very flexible. Agr...
Hi Phil, I've been doing some late 42 - mid 43 stuff, which I have sent to Rich, but the Pioneer bit - completely unapproved and unofficial is: PIONEERS German Pioneers are unusual in that they are so much more than engineers, being viewed as the pick of the 'infantry' troops, often selectively recr...
- Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:36 am
- Forum: Chain of Command
- Topic: 15mm jump off points
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I'm in the process of making some but I am going down the route of scenery rather than supplies e.g. tree stumps, craters, clumps of bushes even a dead horse/cow or 2!!