It's been a while since I showcased my toys, and I've never really done it with my newer ones, so here are the Late-War Germans. You'll find parts 1 and 3 (infantry and support units) both before and after this post - I'd love for you to take a look at them if you've time enough...
Part 2 of 3 - Vehicles:
(N.B: The Rotbraun on these is far more muted in real life.)
Panzer V - Panther Ausf. D:
|What a beauty.|
|My workhorse. The side Schurzen are|
painted with just two colours - as if theyd
been salvaged from another vehicle.
Sd.Kfz 251/10 Ausf. C & 251/1 Ausf. D:
|The Boss's ride. The number '36'|
helps to remind me that it's armed
with a PaK 36!
|All my Hanomags have the rear MMG|
modelled in a 'stowed' position, as I
sometimes like to use them (especially
when facing US airstrikes) but don't
want them to break off.
|My three Hanomags together.|
As with all of my German models, I'm using cheap-ass Tesco pencil cases. The two Panzers have their own box each, but these halftracks have to share. Luckily, we can make it work...
...with a bit of careful planning and labelling!