Bergepanzer III – this interesting miniature was produced by polish brand IBG. It can be described as a “fast build” model, because it has got a simplified tracks – they come in one piece. No need to make every single wheel or deal with tracks. Parts are well molded and everything fits very good.Continue reading “Bergepanzer III – IBG, 1/72”
Some heavy reinforcements for my Battlegroup wargame army. Zvezda’s model is very easy and nice to build. It offers excellent quality-to-price factor, and it gave me lot of fun.
As I plan to play some “Barbarossa” scenarios in Battlegroup game, I started to build some tanks for it. My first choice was a light, reconnaissance tank – Pz. II C in generic, Panzergrau colour scheme. Model I used, is a well known, polish “Fist to Fight” series kit.
Recovery vehicles models aren’t as popular as their armed equivalents, especially in 1/72nd scale. But they’re a great topic for modellers, if you like weathered and heavy worn models, because they were often used in hard conditions on the battlefield. Continue reading “Bergepanzer 38(t) – UM kit 1/72”
Well known, with an interesting design, but with very poor combat capabilities – KV-2. Presented model was built from a Zvezda kit. Continue reading “KV-2 Zvezda 1/100 (15 mm)”