Miniatures Showcase compiled by the White Knight

With a few exceptions, most of the miniatures shown here depict Russians in Late War dress.

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last update: 12th of July 2008


1. Black Tree Designs

One of the most comprehensive 28mm WWII ranges to date, the BTD figures range from brilliant to mediocre. The Russian range includes personalities, infantry,Soviet N.K.V.D., sailors, partisans, vehicles and guns.

- WWII personalities:

Stalin Chuikov Katukov

- Soviet infantry and command:

- Dismounted tank crew:

- Support weapons:

- Soviet N.K.V.D.:

- Soviet Sailors:

- Russian vehicles and guns:


2. Bolt Action Miniatures

One of the latest new comers to the period and already sporting an impressive range, with monthly new releases.28mm figures sculpted by Paul Hicks, lately with help by Adam Dechande and Richard Ansell. Vehicles by Simon Bargery, Olaf Meys and Nigel Higgins. The Russian range includes command figures, infantry and support weapons, scouts, dismounted tank crew, tankriders, a bomb dog, vehicles and vehicle crews and Naval infantry. Recently released some Early War Russians sculpted by Richard Ansell.

- Infantry, scouts and support:

scouts

- BAM 1/56th scale resin vehicles (BA-64 scout car, GAZ67b command car, Aerosan, T-34):

- Early War infantry:

- Soviet Naval infantry:


3. Crusader Miniatures

Mark Simms range of 28mm WWII figures. The Russians are sculpted by Mark Simms and Seth Nash. The bigger artillery guns are sculpted by Jason McDermott. The range includes Soviet infantry and support.

- Soviet infantry:

German

- Support weapons:


4. The Assault Group

Another UK-based manufacturer of fine 28mm historical figures. The WWII range has mainly concentrated on the Pacific theatre but has now moved on to the Eastern Front. The first Late War Russian figures are sculpted by the talented Richard Ansell and appear to be among the very best WW2 Russian figures to date.


5. Artizan Designs

Artizan's new Late War Russians seem to be another winner. Sculpted by the talented Mike Owen as always, these should make a fine addition to the already existing ranges.


6. West Wind Productions

West Wind Productions has quite a comprehensive range of 28mm figures and vehicles for WWII, called 'Berlin or Bust'. The range has Russian infantry and support, command and communications sets, greatcoat infantry, snipers, flamethrowers, scouts, casualties, cavalry and 1/60th scale vehicles and guns. The figures are a smallish 28mm.

- Soviet infantry:

- Support weapons:

- Soviet cavalry:

- Soviet tanks and guns:


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