Up first is a mortar team for my USMC, a 81mm with crew. The guy who is running with the ammo box is a conversion of the medic of Warlord Games metal figure. I cut off the arms to put aside the stretcher for another conversion. I have replaced the head, arms and backpack with plastic parts and took the ammo box from a different metal figure.
I'll certainly add some plastic parts like tools, sandbags ( no offense ) and small arms on the mortar base for fun.
I have based the mortar separately to re use it with GI's on western front or with a French expeditionnary force in Indochina.
Ouch! the close ups are very close ;-)
Moving along, some polish guns and gunners for my Field of Glory Napoleonic 1813 campaign from Essex Miniatures range.
And to finish the post, some 15mm Cretan archers from Xyston Miniatures.
Merci Gilles - un autre voyage incroyable! Another incredible range of figures in your submission, from the sands of the Pacific in WW2 to the sands of Crete in the time before Christ! Very well done. It's always a pleasure to see the wide assortment and variety of figures you are cranking out through the Challenge - well done. The conversion work on the USMC fellow is very well done. And, personally, I think your plan to put every resident of Crete under arms is a sound approach...
84 points pour vous Gilles! A la prochaine!