The down side of getting the resin Sherman I's is that the packs contain no stowage options. This means the tanks would look very 'clean'.
I had a look about online, and discovered that Skytex did Universal Stowage Packs in 15mm. I also wanted to get some more vehicle crews (specifically, for my Recce unit) so ordered a pack of their tank commanders. I also ordered some of their wounded Brits, mainly for future modelling opportunities.
|Universal Stowage. Jerry cans, camo net bundles, barrels and bedding rolls.|
|Tracks + MG's from one side.|
|Tracks + MG's from the other side. You can see here some of the spare track segments, MG's and spare wheels for the tracks.|
|Tank commanders. Some of them in rather dubious poses. I like the variety in jackets and headgear.|
|Wounded Brits and stretcher bearers.|
|2 sizes of barrels, various rolls of canvas/bedding, jerry cans, wooden cases and camo netting.|
These are currently being tidies up prior to me starting to put them on the tanks. Lots of .30 cal and .50 cal MG's as well. One thing I am always doubtful about is putting the MG's on tanks, as I don't think it was something that was widely practised in the British Army. However, it may be a disadvantage in Flames of War...
More to follow, once these parts are on tanks!