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Archer is not especially enthusiastic about doing.....

April 29 2010 at 6:06 PM
  (Login baker24)
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Response to US uniform patches?

purely 1/48 subjects, and uniform patches are going to be a minority interest. Which units, and how many of each division? Just the US had dozens of WW2 infantry divisions, a dozen and a half armored divisions, and loads of independent battalions and other units, and then you have the rest of the world. I'd use the 1/56 stuff, which will no doubt look even better, being perhaps a bit small. The Company B decals look superb, and the selection is way better than you will get from a 1/48 producer. I'm bookmarking their site for my future use. For those who model just vehicles, take a look at the vehicle markings below the figure items. This is the best selection of vehicle markings I am aware of, and covers just about all the major belligerents of WW2. The markings may be a bit small, it's impossible to tell what the actual sizes on the decal sheets will be, but these folks have all sorts of markings that are not available at allin 1/48. If any of these can be made to work, they will fill in all sorts of gaps.


    
This message has been edited by baker24 on Apr 29, 2010 6:20 PM
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