Still Working…

The Shermans are moving along.

Shermans in Progress

These are, in fact, further along than what I show. They have had their bases painted and had a magic wash applied. Hopefully I’ll get a pic later this evening since I thought I had one in the camera already.

Next are the M4A1 (76)’s. They, too, are further along than the picture shows. Also in this view is the Tiger company.


These are not the tigers from the tigers marsch box. Those will see the light of day probably by the end of the summer. These tigers are a mish-mash of different tigers from throughout the Batllefront line. There are two Kursk tigers, one Tunisia tiger, and two late tigers with zimmerit. I’ll run them as a company when the opportunity presents itself, but they will probably be used as support for various forces.

My long awaited transition to more pics and different sections of the site may bear fruit this week as I am off work while the daughter is on spring break. I, at the very least, intend on getting some more pics of other things not just FOW. This will include my dwarf army for WFB and a full accounting of the actual FOW armies I currently have and I intend to pursue.

Until then,



2 Responses

  1. Oi! Best be puttin’ some Swiss fuggers together to square off against my Landsknecht for SFC! Punk!

    Luv ya bro.


  2. yeah init, talk to the hand etc etc etc

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