Tuesday, February 14, 2012

From GregB: 1:285 scale German Panzer IVH (10 points)

Greg and I are going to have a game of 'Spearhead' on Sunday which will focus on the lead elements of a German armoured division attempting to punch through the Soviet lines at Kursk. We're fully expecting a table completely strewn with smoke columns by turn two...

These Panzer IV H's are all from the excellent GHQ line of micro-scale (1:285 / 1:300) vehicles. 

Greg has done a superb job on the basework and camo on these little guys. Especially if you take into account that each of these models is about the same size of your typical coin piece.

With the long 75mm, extra armour and side skirting, the IV H was the last of the variants for this chassis type and it was a proven workhorse of the German panzer arm. 

This batch will give Greg 10 points to add to his tally. We'll take some shots of these in action to put up next week.


  1. Nice work Greg, little mini gems......

  2. Very well done. Basing looks cool.

  3. Brings back nightmare memories of my micro armour painting, shall we say we were on opposite ends of the skill set!!! Very nice AFV's for sure.


  4. Excellent - reminds me somewhere i have a large pile of these to do!

  5. Excellent job.
    Maybe I try to start painting this mini scale!


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