Monday, 21 August 2017

Scaling It Down - Part 2 Plastic Soldier Company

In this article I return to the wonderful scale of 1/72 or otherwise known as 20mm God's Scale.  I have finally got around to finishing my Plastic Soldier Company Sherman Fireflys.  These are part of my 7th Armoured Division for the 1944 Normandy Campaign, specifically the 4th County of London Yeomanry A Squadron.

These Fireflys will each be attached to a troop of 3 Cromwells.  I really do like this scale.

The Plastic Soldier Company kit is excellent.  It went together easily with minimal difficulty.  It is full of detail and is a strong sturdy kit.  I used stowage from Value Gear.  AB Figures make up the crew.

I used Ammo of Mig Jimenez Olive Drab Acrylic Modulation set for the paint.  I used a number of Vallejo acrylics for the details and AK Interactive Pigments and Washes.  I am not particularly biased to one brand of paints.


1/72 Sherman Firefly Plastic Soldier Company AB Figures
Plastic Soldier Company 1/72 Sherman. AB Figures and AB Crew

PSC 1/72 Sherman Firefly
Plastic Soldier Company provide 3 kits in the box.  Great Value!

Value Gear Stowage scales very nicely and looks great

20mm Sherman Firefly

AB Figures British Tank Crew
AB Figures Crew match nicely



1/72 Sherman Firefly

4th County of London Yeomanry

7th Armoured Division Normandy
Got to paint the eyes in 20mm

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    1. Thanks Paul! Tried a few new things out here, particularly with the weathering

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  2. Nicely done and agree that 1/72 is special.

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    1. Thanks Norm... 1/72 is that happy go to place between 28mm and 15mm

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  3. Very Nice work on the Firefly

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