Monday, March 11, 2013

From RossM: WWII German Wespe, Marder III & Anti-Tank Guns (62 points)



From Ross:
First up there are two self propelled guns from Britainia Miniatures. Both are 20mm in scale and if I am correct there is a Marder III and a Wespe - although I think the barrel of the gun is in correct for a Wespe. Could be wrong as I have the had the kits for a long time.


Next there are three Tank killers from Battlefront in 15mm. The first pair are Jagdpanzer IV's with which I have gone for a bolder style with the camo than normal for me. 


The next tank is a Jagdpanther which does not have as bold a camo pattern this time. All a great miniatures to paint with a surprising amount of detail.


Now three anti-tank guns. The crew figures are from SHQ and all are 20mm in scale. 


The guns came from Skytrex and include a PAK 43 - (this model really show why it was called a barn door), PAK 40 & PAK 38. 

Only the crew have been painted for the Challenge.




I may have said this before but 20mm is my favourite scale for this period, especially for the Late War era.
Great work Ross. Very nice camo on the vehicles and I really like the bases you've done for the AT guns - nice texture with the mix of tufts and static grass.  

These tank destroyers and anti-tank gun crews will give Ross 62 points. Nice job!

11 comments:

  1. great work the camo on the gunners is the highlight for me
    Peace James

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  2. Lovely stuff Ross.
    great camo effect.

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  3. Very nice work. Interesting to see you collecting both 15m and 20mm.
    I think the Marder is a Marder II, but could be wrong? The other could be a Wespe but I think the gun barrel end has been snapped off, as it would have mounted the 10.5cm howitzer...

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  4. The 15mm FOW kit was a misguided purchase which will be making their way to evil bay when all completed.

    Thanks for the compliments they are greatly appreciated.

    @ Scott you are most likely correct. I have always struggled with identifying armoured vehicles. Normally note the details on the underside of the model but failed to do so on this occassion.

    Cheers, Ross

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  5. Nice work Ross! Great basing for the PAKs :)

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  6. Very nice. The basing is really impressive. I don't know exactly why, but I prefer the bolder camo pattern.

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  7. Great work Ross. Excellent paint jobs.

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  8. The gunners are the highlight, not that the rest is too shabby

    Ian

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