Weird Wehrmacht Miniature Gallery


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: December 4, 2006
The PanzerKampfSoldat advance with some troops in greatcoats.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: December 4, 2006
The first of the two helmeted PanzerKampfSoldat. Bero reporting for duty! For this one I sculpted the helmet on there to match the style of the West Wind/Old Glory figs that I have.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: December 4, 2006
One of the two helmeted PanzerKampfSoldat. This one's name is Bär. For this one I sculpted the helmet on there to match the style of the West Wind/Old Glory figs that I have.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: Sept 26, 2006
This is a wonderful fig from Bob Murch's Pulp Figures! Painted to be a vampire, I decided to go with pure grey skin, but I am not sure how much I like it. It might look a little too zombie...


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: Sept 26, 2006
This is another womderful fig from Bob Murch's Pulp Figures! This one was also painted to be a vampire with pure grey skin. Not sure if I like it all that much, maybe a bit too zombie. But still, pretty happy with it!


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: Sept 4, 2006
PanzerKampfLaufer. An early war PanzerKampfLaufer which has been repainted for some late war action. Many of these light walkers remained on the field of battle even though they were outclassed simply due to their scout potential.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields



Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields



Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: Sept 4, 2006
PanzerKampfSoldat. A development of Germany late in the war to try to stop the push of the Soviets. Although primarily used on the eastern front, some did make their way to Normandy as well.