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6mm Spearhead WW2 British for Andi

Andi is an old, old friend, back from the days of DBM, so 1990s!

He asked me to paint his airborne division for him, thankfully one bridgae had already been done, but there are still plenty to do, and an armoured division, and an infantry division too.
Anyone would think he was heading to Arnheim!


1st Battalion, 2nd Brigade now done.

Nine infantry stands, two mortars, a recce stand, HMG, Pioneers and HQ stands

Quite pleased the way this came out.

Top view of the battalion.

Front view, 6mm is tiny!

So, the heavy lifting had better get underway!

Horsa gliders, all freehand painted.



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  1. Great stuff Will, I might have to look into getting a lightbox, it's certainly made a difference to your photos.

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