Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf. L Wehrmacht Heer (German Army 1935-1945) 10 Pz.Div. (DAK) 1 15 | World War 2»North African Campaign February 1943 | RAL7028
9. April, 17:57
Bogicevic Vladimir I think those two tanks never faced each other in combat. You should go for earlier Pz III variant. Do some research, if accuracy is your goal. If not, have fun.
9. April, 18:44
Michael Osadciw Hehe. Accuracy is not. I had a Tamiya IIIL I was going to use in another project and I switched it out for a command version, so I had a 80% finished L laying around. Usually if I can get the theater of operation right, I'm happy. I'm more interested in story telling with figures. Thanks for looking!
10. April, 13:25
Bogicevic Vladimir No problem. I was in that stage few years ago. It was pure fun. Good luck with your project.
Olivier You are not the only ones. I did built the Flackvierling and probably before 1979. I really liked it. Unfortunately I don't have it anymore.
6. March, 20:36
joe strenko Michael great job on the dio..isn't it a great feeling to resurrect an old kit and bring it back to life..I did the same thing about five years ago and really jumped back into model building after a 25 year hiatus. I am really enjoying it again.. again great job on your dio. What snow product did you use?
Michael Osadciw @joe I made something myself for this one. It was the first snow dio I've ever made. I used clear paintable silicone mixed with talcum powder. The clear silicone let it look translucent when it was thin, so the footprints would show the ground a bit. I wanted a wet early spring look. I also added some gloss gel medium around the snow edges to make it look melty. I think I'm going to try the Precision Ice &Snow products for the next one.
7. March, 14:02
Rui S I like old Tamiya, more so when done like that. Great dio
Just my twocent opinion: The weathering on the out side, just beautiful, very well done. But the big contrast to the very clean inside?... Make me think...?
8. March, 17:10
Michael Osadciw Yeah, oh well. I got sick of working on it. There is some weathering on the inside, but not much.