Hot on the heels of my Bastogne Church post comes the latest of Battlefront's Normandy range, The Dunkirk house. Much earlier than expected as it's not in the stores for at least another week.
This is the fourth house in the range and the first since the pause in the releases due, apparently, to the massive uptake of subscription offers. It was probably a bit of an extravagance getting the sub deal, considering they've only been used on the table once, but I'm really happy with the quality of releases.
I'd say the Dunkirk house is the best quality of the four releases so far, there aren't any dubious colours there and the painting is both neat and effective. Although, don't take this as a guarantee of universal quality, there are some notable bloggers who have had a fair few issues with the range. Oddly, the house I've been sent isn't the same as that on the FoW homepage even though it is correct name. I assume it's a typo on the site rather than the wrong product
At some point in the near future, I plan to spend a day or two pimping the houses out a bit. I've some ideas for ivy on the walls or window boxes etc, along with evening out the paint jobs on a couple houses.
Needless to say, I'll have to get a proper Flames of War game in with these. My new Fallschirmjager is slowly goosestepping towards completion (man, German camo takes an age to paint,) but I'm quite tempted by a US force. I would have thought that with the Band of Brothers/Nuts book that at least someone around here would have done the Easy Company army, no one has so far, so I might have to take up the challenge. Although. . . that would be five new projects in the space of three months. We'll see what Santa brings!