Category Archives: 15mm

DAK platoon individually based 

So regular readers know I have been busy doing my German WW2 project, which will mostly be for the Eastern front, but can work for other European theaters. Meanwhile, the local guys have been coming up with a plan for … Continue reading

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German Marder 3 tank destroyers

Ok so for this post I return back to the theme I have been working on for a while – painting up my German WW2 army. It’s also Canadian thanksgiving this weekend so time for Turkey and eating too much, … Continue reading

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15mm Gangster bystanders and civilians 

Following on the theme of last weeks post I thought I’d show some more 15mm Blue Moon 1930’s figures that I have completed. These are really not for use in a player gang though, they will be bystanders and plot … Continue reading

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Hillbilly gang in 15mm

Well back to an oldie for a little distraction this week. My 15mm gangster project got a kick in the arm with the release of the ‘mad dogs with guns’ rules a month or so ago from Osprey. Again I … Continue reading

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German StuG’s

Following neatly on from the Tigers I showed last, next I have some StuG’s. As I mentioned in the Tiger post I plan on using StuG’s and maybe Panther 4’s as a typical infantry support armored vehicle. That is because … Continue reading

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Tigers in various forms

Ok so I have now shown all the German infantry that I have done so now it is time to get serious with some of the German tanks. First are a couple of Tigers. These were powerful weapons and started … Continue reading

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German artillery 

So after showing some other projects for a few weeks it’s back to the main focus for the summer – completing my WW2 German army forces in 15mm. Most of my figs came from an original Flames of War army … Continue reading

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