Sunday, March 11, 2012

43-45 Panzergrenadiers

A few pictures of my more or less completed regiment. The camouflage pattern is basically the same for all, though every other stand had either green, black or both added for variety 



Some of the company command platoons


Rifle platoons


Weapons platoons



Anti-tank platoons


Regimental engineer company, flame-thrower equipped and have their own weapons platoon


A few more rifle platoons


Various command stands



120mm mortar crews


AT platoons x1 for each battalion


Pegasus 120mm mortars


Group shot of the three infantry battalions minus the support units. So far I only have enough half-tracks and trucks to mount one battalion so I'd like to acquire some more transport for them in the not-too-distant-future

21 comments:

  1. They look great. Very nicely painted.

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  2. Phew! Thats a huge effort there Al, four months on and off I believe. I have a Halftrack coming your way to help mate

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  3. Good work

    Congratulations on the near completion of a wargames project

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  4. Al, great looking figures. Good work.

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  5. Cracking work Al, the camo is spot on.

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  6. Great stuff as always and a very happy birthday Al!

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  7. Happy Birthday, Al.
    Continue to work :)
    Regards..
    Erhan

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  8. Happy birthday mate. All the best!

    Nick

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  9. Happy Birthday Al, enjoy the day

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  10. Happy Birthday! Looking forward to see more than ever on your blog!

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  11. Happy birthday Al!!!
    Wish you all the best! :)
    T.

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  12. Happy Birthday Al! I hope your presents include toys!

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  13. Happy Birthday!
    Very nice cammo on those Grenadiers. One suggestion: a wash of GW Devlan Mud would be quick and easy way to add some depth.

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  14. Heard a rummer that it is birthday time, so.........Happy Birthday Al.

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  15. Wow, absolutely flattered. Thank you all so much for your kind thoughts and for taking the time to write

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  16. Lovely work and sorry for missing the post but good work and Happy Birthday as well.....

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  17. Happy birthday by the way mate!

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  18. Congratulations. Looking really good...what 20mm WW2 rules do you use?

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    1. Thanks, we use Command Decision 3 with a few sensible house rules thrown in

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