In any case, here are the latest contributions:
Mortar and HMG support stands
These models belog to the Warlord range. The HMG is positioned .in the edge of a forest ready to ambush any Allied unit falling within its sights.
Next we have a combat engineer assault team with LMG pair, an additional ammo carrier and a junior leader commanding the team.
These minis are from Artizan. This brand's models area bulkier than the average Warlord model, but I just tested on a table and do not stand out significantly when viewed at a distance. I'm using Artizan models to add variety of poses to myFJ unit.
(3) A junior leader and prone LMG team for my FJ section dressed in winter gear, both from Artizan.
And here you can see the complete section, mixing Warlord and Artizan models... can you notice who's who? I think they match nicely.
Infantry with MP 40s, again from Artizan. The more I paint models from this manufacturer, the more I like them.
And last but least, the second armour support (the previous was a Hetzer): a Stug III in a colour scheme than can be used fora any scenario from late 43 onwards. This was done with the help of airbrush fence-master Alfredo, from my gaming group.
Lovely work Benito!
I feel that Warlord has suffered from lack of quality control and consistency within their ranges, but I think these figures mix very nicely with the excellent Artizan models. I like the tree stumps with the MG team and your winter figures continue to impress. That StuG III is a lovely lump of kit. I particularly like the single-tone camo - as you say it will be very good for the '43 campaigns, especially those in Italy.
You're now well past the halfway point to your target Benito. Well done! Now, you have the push to the finish!