The first, German Shabby Trick Two; Civilians, which will come in play with the "glider landings' scenario.
For the British, the Drink Cabinet which will be available in "crossing the canal" scenario after a Stuka attack, one of the bombs lands short of its target building and uncovers a stash of "Vino".
These items are specific for early war action from the Chain of Command Blitzkrieg 1940 handbook.
|Painted figures just prior to basing.|
|The metal figures are from Berlin or Bust miniatures.|
|Figures super glued on 60 mm plastic base and Milliput added and set aside to dry.|
|painted the bases.|
|Added the flock.|
|My take on the wine cabinet, instead of using a actual cabinet I would have thought the French would have hid their precious wines by burying them in the garden.|
|First step make the wooden crates and build up a mount of earth around the crates with plastic sprue on a plastic base.|
|Using Milliput build up the earth around the crates.|
|Make the lids of the crates and roll out wine bottle again using the Milliput .|
|Once the Milliput is set, super glue all the items and prime with Black Undercoat. Paint and apply a gloss vanish over the bottles to give them a shine.|