Byron submits this wonderfully painted section of early Great War Germans for use in 'Through the Mud and the Blood'.
Here is a WW1 German section with HMG in 28mm scale. I believe all the figures are from Greatwarminiatures.com. They are all based on bases matching Curt's standard, which I believe was borrowed from Sydney Roundwoods blog and is meant for simplifying finding the right figures in the awesome rule set "Through the mud and the blood".
The "Big Man" is on a 30mm hex base so that he can be found easily. The riflemen are on 25mm rounds. The HMG with it's three crew are on a large 60mm round with a bit of protection built into the base in the form of a few sandbags.
While not done as show quality, I aimed for good tabletop quality as I have over 100 WW1 German and Canadian models that I want to paint over the course of this challenge. I hope I got at least an acceptable tabletop quality going.
Oh, and included is their own card for the TTMATB action deck I am making to go with them.
Show quality, schmow quality; this is fabulous work Byron! The Great War range of models are excellent sculpts and you've really done them justice here. I look forward to seeing this project find its way to my gaming table this spring (hint, hint).