Here is a battalion with four company stands, an HMG detachment and a battalion command stand.
Closeup of some German infantry in advancing pose. I used a Micron brush marker to paint helmet straps, red regimental markings on the helmet, red uniform piping and backpack straps. I added some mustaches to a few of the guys. I may add more later.
As you can see the chap in the middle has a neatly trimmed mustache.
Heavy machine gun detachment. Magister Militum HMGs are a single casting and very easy to paint and base. I like that.
Magister Militum have two officer poses per pack, here is the other officer in a very martial looking pose.
A view of the backpacks, straps were "painted" on with a marker.
A few people have asked me why I use thick bases. There are three reasons: 1) I find them easy to move and handle, 2) I like the look and 3) It allows me to paint unit markings on the back of the bases in a subtle fashion. Here are two companies from "Red" regiment, the one on the left belongs to white battalion and the one on right is yellow battalion. A very easy way to know which companies belong to which regiment and battalion which is important for purposes of battalion and regimental morale for the rules I use.
I hope to have more updates with more pictures of painted artillery and officers and German cavalry!