Sticking to the Narvik project, two British 2 pounders followed the Germans off the painting table. When I purchased these models years ago from Peter Pig, I neglected to add additional crew to the order. Thus, these two guns have only one crew at present. Perhaps with my next order, I will add British artillery crew and then retrofit these guns properly.
Notice the gun on the left is a little darker in complexion than the other? Well, the gun on the left had a mishap with the dip during the staining step. As I repositioned the based model around in my hand as I brushed on the stain, the model slipped from my hand and fell directly into the tin of vanish. Rats! I spent several minutes trying to fish the model out of the thick, black goo. After some cleanup, I don't believe it looks much worse for the extra coating.
Not wanting to move on from the Narvik project just yet, a company of British infantry is in work. This company comprises 26 figures including one LMG team and one light mortar team. Each weapon unit has two stands: one showing deployed status and one for movement.