These are all Battlefront 15mm mid-war Strehlkovy and this is a whole company minus the officers and a few support weapons. I bought those 10 years ago and this project is now almost complete. Only a few SMG teams and officers need to be painted and then I will move on to the next project on my rigid, but satisfactory plan.
There are 12 bases with 5 soldiers (60 figures) and 15 bases with 4 soldiers (60 figures) for a total of 120 figures. At 2 points each, I rake in 240 points.
|For Stalin! This way to Berlin!|
Like the Soviets of World War Two, the painting machine that is Sylvain, grinds relentlessly forward to his final goal.
Terrific work, Sylvain! I agree with you about 15mm being great scale for WWII. The relative scale and ranges on the tabletop often seems to jive better than 28mm, though with your huge collection I can see where it may be a challenge to get it all on a tabletop, no matter what rules you use. :)
I would preferred a few more pictures of your work, but the sample you provide above really shows your clean brushwork and attention to detail (the wedge cap on the Soviet officer is particularly well rendered, with its red and yellow piping).
240 points it is! A formidable entry by any measure. Bravo Sylvain!