A couple swing dances to keep the spirits up during wartime. This is just a stunning piece that can be used for various gaming purposes, but will also make a stunning piece purely for painting.
What is the pack? It’s a two piece (that fits together beautifully at the hands) of an ATS recruit dancing with a lady in civilian dress during WW2. They could be celebrating the end of the war or simply just having some fun amid all the carnage.
They are having a heck of a gosh dang good time, and the movement and laughter captured in a stationary sculpt has blown me away. The lady in the dress has grabbed the ATS cap is doing a “ha look at me I’m army woman” playfully.
Base/bunting not included.
The pack consists of 2 miniatures [joined], cast in high quality metal, sculpted by Alan Marsh. 28mm scale, multipart and fit great with all popular WW2 ranges. Shown painted by John Morris/Mystic Spirals
These miniatures work perfectly in both historical settings but also pulp scenarios such as Operation Sea Lion.