06 July 2014

Repaints - grey early war 1/72 & 1/76


These are for an early war campaign that our wargame group has been planning for some time.

All are repaints....


There's a good mix of manufacturers here, vehicles spanning over a decade. 

The Panzer 38(t) at the front is a recent model, a repainted and weathered Altaya 1/72, as is the Panzer II on the left just behind it (Altaya), both donated to the cause by my mate Carlos

The Pz 38(t) on the right is an old 1/72 UM model and the one at the back is a heavy 1/76 scale lead SHQ model, that were given to me by a friend, Iván about 12 years ago and have been lying in "storage" ever since. 

The Pz II on the left at the back is a Matchbox 1/76 kit, given to me by Iván back about the same time, which I gave to Carlos about 5 years ago.... and he gave it back to me a few months ago. And I should also add it's been repainted about 4 times now  

All very interesting stuff, right ? :-)

Happy modelling.

John




15 May 2014

Altaya 1/72 Flakpanzer Möbelwagen


Some pictures of a die-cast Altaya prepainted and RE-painted Flakpanzer, weathered, dusted and with some crew added.

If you click on the picture below it will open a new window and take you to the MiniatureZone Main Website.



24 January 2014

Some progress on the Panzer IV re-hash

Managed to press on a little with the Panzer IV rebuilds. Still not quite finished yet but getting there.


The finished model just to the top-left of the re-hash above is a Corgi Die-Cast model I bought in a hobby shop in Brighton in the UK about 10 years ago (the shop was like an Aladdin's Cave, full of hundreds of old second-hand trains, toy cars and figures). My mate Carlos gave it a good going over to make it look rough and weathered.





Nearly finished now, the foliage has just been plonked on to see what the final effect should be like.

Hopefully these will be finished over the weekend together with  weathering those two die-cast Flakpanzer IV's  above.

14 January 2014

Upgrading a few old wrecks


A bit of work in progress. A few old wrecks on the workbench right now that have been hanging around that are being fixed up with home-made steel plate schürzen. Some more pics to follow as work progresses.

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03 January 2014