These are improvised pics of my favourite 2. Panzerdivision reflecting my rough-shod painting style and my idea of cloth-based scenery. They have been slightly photoshopped to capture that gritty quality of WWII colour photography. Call me a freak, I won’t deny your actualiteh.
Here’s my 2nd sweeping through Northern France and on to Dunkirk in May 1940, under the command of its founder (1936) Heinz Guderian.
Mr A. Hitler of 6 Voßstraße, Berlin, is constantly demanding ‘speedy and decisive results’ before the onset of winter. As a consequence our reconnaissance Kompanie is exhausted, we are becoming sloppy and suffering from constant Russian artillery barrages. We’re running foul of the weather, too. Verdammt annoying.