Another batch of figures recently completed, for quite a range of nationalities. First up are Royal Army Medical Corps c.1900, two stretcher parties to add to my Surgeon. Made a point of giving them crimson facings, rather than red.
Next. My Spanish army c.1900 has also gained a stretcher team, and a surgeon. Actually, these are conversions of my previous British team, but the arrival of better castings has allowed me to go to work on these. A second unit for the Spanish is just waiting for a suitable pack animal to complete. Two other sources show armbands.
Those metal 1/35 WW2 Germans that Paul Watson sent have helped once more to add interest to my collection. Went to work converting two figures into a Signal Corps detachment. The Cable Reel was a bit fiddly to make but worth the effort, a quantity of fuse wire was then rapped round.
Finally. An odd lead figure of a WW1 French soldier. It was in a bad way, with a broken rifle. More useful to me carrying a flag. And completed my eighteenth Home Guard figure, with one of my home-cast heads.