[quote]I was thinking on putting a few POWs from the HJ in next to the officers group,waiting to be interrogated.
I have this guy from Miniart. Here he stands right out of the box.
He is supposed to be wearing the 4 pocket erbsenmuster cammo suit but the jacket is too too long and his pockets way too full for a POW that has just been searched. Plus,his arms are in a wonky pose.
I also doubt he would retain the belt. That would have been dropped along with the rest of his combat gear when captured.His trousers were given some volume as these tended to be very generous in cut.
Here I began measures to fix those issues. I need to smooth things out and add buttons. I think his pose looks way more natural now.
I have to say - at the risk of your diorama becoming designed by committee (!) - that the POW might be a figure too far. The Brigade Commander confirming orders with his senior staff officer and the Tank commander is one thing, but the presence of a POW? Not so sure.
It may of course depend on the size of your base, but a separate POW would require at least 1 x escort, if not 2, and he would possibly only be present if he had something to say which would impact on the Brigadier's plans/thinking, so you'd also need an Interpreter figure, and possibly a presence from the Brigade Field Security Section.
If he had no relevance he'd be doubled smartly to the rear to await interrogation - eventually - in the POW cage. And would a diehard Nazi such as an HJ or former LAH soldier be that likely to offer anything up of value ie to be present at the Brigadier's Orders Group?
Anyway, this is me possibly overthinking the scenario; it's your call Jerry and God knows we've always been wow'd (Note: is there a verb to "Wow"?) in the past with whatever you produce so over to you! Please keep at it.