|Company of Oddzial Osmy T-34/85s|
|20mm square bases from Litko|
These vehicles are all based on 20mm squares, with 20mm round bases used for command models. The models are available in North America from the great folks at Pico Armor, who are a real pleasure to deal with - excellent service! The bases are from Litko Aerosystems - another group of excellent folks.
|JS-2s to punch through the lines|
|These bruisers are a tight fit on the 20mm base|
I can't get over the detail on these tiny sculpts - artfully exaggerated so as to show up to the eye, without throwing off the overall impression of the sculpt. As an example, the spare tracks are right there on the Panthers!! Incredible sculpting.
|Panther As - round base for a command tank|
I really enjoy painting tanks, and these models are real beauties! It is a lot of fun to paint up an entire platoon of tanks in one short painting session. Trying to come up with something that will show up well enough on the table for my gaming friends to enjoy using these tiny models is an entertaining challenge.
|Ready for action on the Eastern Front|
|No camo on these, but I tried to soot-up the engine deck with weathering powder|
I thought the recent game we did with individually based models in this scale went really well, so I'm keen to experiment with the WW2 setting. The reason it might not work? Well, it all boils down to the infantry...
|Panther D next to a (now-defunct) Canadian penny|
|T-34/85s next to Canadian Penny|