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  1. Hello folks, I have just completed my build of a Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf. H Vomag. This Is another model that I have completed from Miniart, which I found to be a brilliant model to make. I also wanted to do a base and do a winter scene. At first I wasn't sure whether to just do a blanket of snow and add the tank to it but the more I started building the base I realised that I wanted to do a melted snow scene with a bit of mud. The figures I have used were from Panzer Art for the tank crew and Alpine for the foot soldier. Here's a tour around the tank.... That's it I hope you like it... Here's a link to the WIP https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235122411-pzkpfwiv-ausf-h-vomag-miniart-35302-finished/ all the best Ed
  2. Hello everyone, hope everyone is well. Onto a new project, for this one I have decided to build a Panzer IV Ausf H Vomag, early production June 1943 from Miniart. I bought two different versions of this model in a sale last year, for once I'm not doing an interior build, so this will make a nice change. The last Panzer iv I built was a Dragon one about 10 years ago, so it will be interesting to see how this one turns out. As normal the kit is full of parts and the detail looks very impressive. There are five different colour schemes to choose from and the one that I will be building will be the same as the box art which is the Pz.Rgt. 35, 4.Pz Div. Ukraine, Kovel District. Spring 1944. I shall be building this straight out the box, the only additions will be figures and some tow ropes that I will need to make. Here are some art photo's... So the first part of the assembly is constructing the hull. No one piece hulls here, these are the bits that make up the hull... This is the hull after assembly, all the parts fit beautifully together, I hope this is the trend for the future of this build.... I've never made a snow scene before, so this is one of the reasons why I picked this colour scheme and a chance to do something different. I started to look for suitable figures to put into this tank and there are quite a few really good one's. I've been looking at "Alpine" and "Valkyrie" figures which are really nice, but the ones that I have chosen are from "Panzer Art" with winter clothing.... These are the figures, very nicely detailed.... It's nice to have a spare set of heads, I noticed on the photo that the Commanders head, which is the third from the left has a couple of pin holes above his left eyebrow which will need filling. Also you get a pistol holster and a set of binoculars and there are headbands for the headphones. Those will interesting to trim from all of those gates, I'll have endless fun with those.šŸ¤£ I think they have been taking lessons from Miniart to see how many gates they can put in as short a space as possible. The figures themselves look really nice, so I'm looking forward to doing those when the time comes... Next up is to continue with the hull, the glacis plate has several components to be built into it like the hatches etc, then the instructions get you to start building up the tracks. I think I'll do a few short sets at a time in between building the rest of the tank, It's less onerous doing it that way... That's all for now, I'll be back when I have more to show... All the best Ed
  3. hi here is my fw190 F8 from tamiya kit paints are gunze acrylics
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