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  1. Ardennes 1944 - The Battle Of The Bulge ISBN : 9781612006697 Casemate Illustrated - Casemate UK By late 1944 the western front was all but stationary in the 85 mile area of the Ardennes. It was here on the "ghost" front that Hitler would stage his final gamble to halt the Allies push into Germany. In what was a risky plan carefully hoarded reserves of men and equipment would be thrown through the heavily forested Ardennes into weak allied positions with the aim to be at Antwerp within a week. Through almost total secrecy the attack came as a great shock to the
  2. So to go with the build of my 1/72 Academy Schwimmagen I tried my hand at a simple diorama to try and mimic this famous photo. I haven't really done many dioramas so this could be a bit of hit and miss. A piece of insulating foam cut to shape with the sides painted dark acrylic grey Base 1 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr Ground work was a mix of white glue, wall filler and some sand. Base 2 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr I then painted it acrylic black to help with shadow and texture but I felt the groundwork was just too deep fo
  3. So to go with the build of my 1/72 Academy Schwimmagen I tried my hand at a simple diorama to try and mimic this famous photo. The very brief build thread is here if you're interested. I'm normally a wings & rotors builder so for my first diorama in a while, am reasonably happy how it turned out. Base 15 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr Thanks for looking! Cheers, Dermot
  4. The Ardennes Battlefields ISBN : 9781612005348 Casemate UK I think I like a lot of people know about the Battle of the Bulge, but only generally from watching a few films and the excellent Band Of Brothers min series. However like a lot of things there is much more to it once start to get under the surface. By late 1944 the front was all but stationary in the 85 mile area of the Ardennes. It was here on the "ghost" front that Hitler would stage his final gamble to halt the Allies push into Germany. In what was a risky plan carefully hoarded reserves of men and
  5. I occationally build some panzer also recently finished this old Tamiya kit, only added tracks. Cheers Jes
  6. Ardennes Building MiniArt 1:35 MiniArt seems to be on a production role at the moment and this is their latest release, the Ardennes House. Arriving in quite a large, deep box with a picture of the completed house on the front, it is full almost to the brim with parts. As usual the majority of the parts are vacuum formed, although in this case there are also a lot of injection moulded parts. As with other vacform kits, it’s not necessary to cut all the way through the styrene to remove the parts, just score with a sharp blade and snap apart. Care should be taken when scoring the
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