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I finally finished my first batch of 28mm WWII Russian infantry, here I have enough to at least play Five Men In Normandy. Behind is my papercraft ZIS-5. And behind that is a whole bunch of papercraft scenery, including that there rickshaw...

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Crushing Black Templar Crusader Pilot

Toronto, Ontario

Very crisp and clean, love it! Are they Warlord minis?
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 creeping-deth87 wrote:
Very crisp and clean, love it! Are they Warlord minis?

They are the Wargames Factory minis. Which might be the Warlord ones as well.
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Fixture of Dakka

Glasgow, Scotland

Warlord bought some of the Wargames Factory line, but not their WWII stuff. The Wargames Factory soldiers are a bit taller than Warlords, and have *way* better proportions (though're still weird compared to real humans). You can still buy them on various websites for like Five Pence.

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