Thursday, 15 September 2011

20mm WW2 Painted German Opel Blitz.....

....by 4 from Britannia Miniatures and now available from Grubby Tanks, not the greatest sculpt or paint job but will do the job during the invasion.







37 comments:

  1. Really nice stuff there Angry.

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  2. A solid looking convoy for the invasion, I'd agree.


    Adam
    www.adam-mph.blogspot.com

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  3. I have just one of these from Airfix on my pile to be built when I get around to it. It will take more time and work, maybe turn out better somehow, for the modelling purist, with more parts sticking out but I would really rather have four or more ready-built and ready to go with less parts. In fact even no parts if possible would be the way to go. I did buy another model to the wrong scale while I was at it and remembered a couple of your posts when I realized it. A 1/48 plane with several 1/72.

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  4. They don't look too bad to me Lurker. Doesn't matter how bad the paint job is when viewed from the other side of the table anyway.

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  5. They look good to me Fran...! The shading is really nice!
    T.

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  6. oh, my, you could transport half of Europe in those vans!

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  7. Looks very nice !

    Best regards dalauppror

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  8. Those look great, well done on the paint job.

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  9. No invasion is without a supply truck of sorts.

    The next worse thing infantry men feared after a battle. Being whisked away into another one.

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  10. Even the trucks looks super detailed!!! awesome!

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  11. They all look cool and ready for action. For what its worth the sheet above the cabin would have been used to camouflage the truck, so maybe a green colour.

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  12. They look fine to me, me little lepricorn!

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  13. I've got the German trucks from Pegasus. Two to a box and easy-build. Decent details too.
    Highly recommended.

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  14. Love them, last time I painted Blitz trucks they were 10mm examples for Crossfire...:)

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  15. They look good to me. Nice one, Fran.

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  16. Wonderfully done. Now what is this convey going to be transporting, I wonder?

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  17. These look almost like hand drawn pictures rather than replicas, but I guess they would do the job.

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  18. Really Nice Stuff. Would like to have them, too!

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  19. Cool. I think they look apprpriately worn.

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  20. Those are incredible! Great job!

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  21. The detailing is incredible. It really does look like a covering.

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  22. Excellent! You're really rolling on this project.

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  23. Stupid question, do you put other models in them?

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  24. Great work with the modelling and the camera!

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  25. No german army is complete without the venerable Opel!

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  26. Try the Pegasus Opel Blitz next time. Few pieces and very nice detail

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  27. Hi, you need very big garege :) very nice weathering...

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  28. nice detail on the grills. :)

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  29. Quite a nice batch you got there.

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  30. The idea of putting removable canvas tops is pretty cool. and did you do the paint job yourself? or did you purchase that way?

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  31. They look very good! Nothing wrong with them. We are always our own worst critic!

    http://brummieswargamingblog.blogspot.com

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