|More troops for the Painting Challenge|
|Peter Pig castings in the forground|
|Lots of fun to paint Peter Pig WW2|
|Peter Pig platoon pack comes with NCOs galore and a 'schreck team|
|Have to say Peter Pig WW2 are the class of the 15mm figures out there|
|15mm WW2 German infantry from PSC|
|Much softer detail on PSC figures|
|Check out the weird pose of the grenade-tosser...a bit off|
|My first - and last - PSC 15mm infantry|
|15mm mortar platoon from Battlefront|
|81mm mortars - useful for fending off Soviet hordes|
The mortars from Battlefront are pretty straightforward. They are nice, relatively clean sculpts. Yes, the faces are quirky, almost funny looking but there is something fun about the Battlefront infantry models that keeps me coming back. They are certainly nice (but also much more expensive) than the Plastic Soldier Company stuff. I still think Peter Pig are the nicest of the bunch.
Up next will be some other long-overdue posts on Challenge paint jobs, and a couple more AARs from my recent visit to Regina!