If you're interested in how I made the bits, then I have a tutorial on my website here... https://andybelseymodels.wixsite.com/my ... -equipment
The original figure was a Tommy's War artilleryman - see box art for his original pose. I've created a lot of equipment for this guy, which Mike will paint also (There's no chance of me matching his painting skills!) I made a set of webbing from lead sheet and styrene with copper wire buckles. I used a Tommy's War satchel and water bottle for this. I sculpted a jacket and Lemon Squeezer hat for him in Magicsculpt - He's a Kiwi so the hat helps identify that. (Some Kiwis had brown shirts, rather than the usual grey.) All the little tools were carved in styrene except the spoon and fork, which are Historex spares. The guy sits in an improved shellhole, which were used instead of starting from scratch. They linked a few holes together with shallow scrapes. Some were designated as sumps to put water in, so that the ones you lived in were a little dry. But you could only get out of the group of holes at night time, so everything had to be done there in the hole like shaving.