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  • #162003
    Robert Dunlop
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    The following are Peter Pig French infantry, based on 30mm square Litko ultrathin plywood bases for Crossfire. Each base is a section; the whole is 1st Platoon 1st Company:

    Robert

    #162025
    Robert Dunlop
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    Flamethrower teams from Peter Pig. The flame is from Armorcast:

    Robert

    #162032
    Tony S
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    Lovely, lovely work!   That flamethrower flame is new to me – you’ve certainly done it justice!

     

    #162034
    kyoteblue
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    Not a fan of Peter Pig figures but the flame thrower is very cool.

     

    #162037
    Robert Dunlop
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    Thank you.

    Armorcast produces an amazing range of firing effects, particularly for sci fi. The service from the USA to the UK was prompt.

    Here are French artillery, also from Peter Pig:

    Robert

    #162072
    kyoteblue
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    I have the Battlefront Great War Miniatures for my 15 mm French.

     

    #162075
    JozisTinMan
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    Keep them coming! They look amazing.  What mods are you using for Crossfire for WW1?

    http://jozistinman.blogspot.com/

    #162158
    Robert Dunlop
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    Thank you. Here are two more French late war infantry platoons:

    The Peter Pig 15mm French 37mm infantry gun:

    And an interesting set, comprising QRF ACW engineers with Peter Pig French headswaps and a Battlefront Schneider tank. The French used engineer teams with their tanks following the experience in Chemin des Dames battles of 1917:

    I will provide some further information about Crossfire and WW1, though very few adaptations are needed.

    Robert

    #162191
    Robert Dunlop
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    Two Renault FT17s from the Battlefront range:

    Robert

    #162206
    Robert Dunlop
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    French spigot mortars from the Battlefront range:

    Robert

    #162210
    JozisTinMan
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    I love the tanks and the camo schemes.

    http://jozistinman.blogspot.com/

    #162212
    Norm S
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    Very nicely put together, I have really enjoyed this thread.

    #162221
    Robert Dunlop
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    Thank you. Here are Peter Pig French machine gunners:

    Robert

    #162225
    Robert Dunlop
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    St Chamond tanks from the 15mm Battlefront range:

    Robert

    #162264
    Robert Dunlop
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    Here are more photos of the Schneider tanks from Battlefront:

    Robert

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