Wednesday, 9 September 2015

The Finished Product

Here they are at last.
I painted these for a nice guy down in Sydney and I'm pretty happy with how they turned out.

I really enjoyed painting these guys up, not quite as fiddly as german camo uniforms but with more than enough colour in them to keep me happy.

I scratch built the sandbags using greenstuff and added the tubing from the water cooler to the bottom of the Vickers

A couple of riflemen

The two Bren Gunners

I forgot to photograph the finished shoulder patches in the last post but here is one to get an idea of what they look like. Fairly simple but it adds a nice overall touch I think.

The sniper and a mate


All the figures in the group are Artizan apart from the one on the right which is a Warlord Paul Hicks scuplt. It was just as good to paint as the Artizan figures and I wouldn't hesitate getting more.

Final group shot. Let me know what you think, all comments are welcome


  1. I am just now painting my first WWII figures. The WIP's and tutorials you have here will be very useful for me as I attempt to learn. Thank you for posting them.

    These have turned out beautifully!

  2. Thanks Anne, glad it is of some use to you!

  3. Excellent job, beautiful minis!

  4. Can you tell me what size the large bases are and where you bought them?

  5. The large bases are 60mm wide and I got them from an Australian ebay supplier here:

    You get about 50 of them in a pack for about $6AUD before postage. Enough to last forever really