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WOW, that looks so good Dan.What's this I hear about you getting a heap of Battlefield Germans? Are you planning on doubling your German army? I quite like their sculpts- have Commandos & German tank commanders. Looking forward to hearing what your next project will be.Cheers,JS
Hi JS, this project has really revived my interest in 1/72 WWII, there was a time before I was drawn into other periods and scales that I only did WWII 1/72, I have 300+ plastic kits in storage, so I have decided on doing several more WWII projects, still in the thinking stage at the moment, but I'm thinking Eastern front maybe, I really like some of the plastic figs out there now, but thought they would be good mixed in with the bulk of metal figs, what German unit do you think I should do?
Mate, I'm a bit clueless about the Eastern front & tend to be a bit fixated on British stuff. Having said that, I quite like Fallschirmjagers & the idea of late war Kampfgruppe which were often cobbled together from a number of units.There's some brilliant reference/inspiration pictures for the Eastern front Germans here:http://zgonnik.blogspot.com.au/Cheers,JS
Very good, the weathering is excellent as said previously the decals really add to the overall effect of realism. Seriously great work dude
Ooh, that's some gorgeous work!
Wow tremendous job!It looks like it was in 1/32 scale. Great weathering.
Mud stuck in the treads...a detailed detail! Super work, Sir!
Its embarrassingly good looking!You did an excellent job there Dan! :)
Reall well done Dan, The decals look ace. Wish they were around when I done mine!Cheerspaul
Great job ,Dan amazing work on a 1/72