German vehicles form 1945 are quite popular among modellers, becasue of theirs unusual painting schemes. I wanted to build some Panthers for my “Battlegroup” game tank platoon. But I also wanted them to look a little bit different. Continue reading ““Endkampf Panthers” – 2 Panthers from Italeri 1/72″
Light german scout car Sd. Kfz. 222 is one of the vehicles that are iconic for early WW II Blitzkrieg pictures. Presented model is made of well known polish First to Fight series kit. It is a good quality and affordable kit, perfect for any tabletop wargame in 1/72nd scale. Continue reading “Sd. Kfz. 222 september ’39 – First to Fight 1/72”
PzKpfw IV Ausf. H – Wehrmacht’s workhorse and a very popular model for scale modelers. There is a wide range of choice of it’s miniatures and versions, even in 1/72nd scale. As I wanted to have one in my Battlegroup army list, I decided to build a miniature produced by Revell, because I heard good opinions about it. Continue reading “PzKpfw IV Ausf. H – Revell 1/72”
Finally! A model in OD painting… or even 3 of them! My friend asked me if I’d like to paint his M3 Half-tracks made by the Plastic Soldier Company for “Battlegroup” wargame. So I painted them, and here are the results.
One of the best known tanks – the german “Panther”. I love it’s edgy figure, and I think it’s one of the best ones for scale modellers. It looks really agressive and has lots of flat surfaces which offer nice painting opportunities.