Been a bit busy, and work has been a bit stressful and therefore not a lot of action going on. So let me wish you all a belated very Merry Xmas, and a very Happy New Year, which will hopefully be prosperous and rewarding.
My Xmas indulgences...
All Panzer Depot 10mm prepaints.
No, this is not the start of another period, just an indulgence in tank oddities.
Happy Christmas hop you both had a good break and hope to see you in the new year.ReplyDelete
More tanks are you moving into another period?
No, I categorically state that there are no new periods. Perhaps an extension into alternative what ifs for the Spanish Civil War, but not new periods at this time.ReplyDelete
Merry Xmas Ashley and good work. If you dip your toes in the SCW let me know if I can help you. I have tons of materials including a nice extensive library inherited from my father when he passed away.ReplyDelete
Panther-6-Actual, this is Angel-1-Actual. Happy Christmas and a Blessed New Year. :) Over.ReplyDelete
Cool 10mm of the German Propaganda tankReplyDelete
By quirk of fate I was given one in 20mm, a curious biuld to say the least ;)
Thank you guys.ReplyDelete
PS: I've got some Pendraken SCW figures to paint, but they are currently in the maturing box, as I really must finish my WW1 forces first, then my Vietnam stuff, before moving onto SCW.
Huh, recognized the T-28 and T-35, as well as the first tank (the original Panzer VI). Too bad it was a showpiece and kinda slow - but it was heaps better (on paper) than anything else in the mid-1930s.ReplyDelete
I read somewhere they actually took a couple into combat near the end of the war only to find out real quick that mild steel looks effective but does not make very good armor.
Thank you for these tanks. That's all I can say. You most definitely have made these tanks into something thats eye opening and important. You clearly should drive these tanks over my poor pathetic skull....ReplyDelete
Very nice toys - I always had a soft spot for the multi-turrets. Back in the day I worked up some designs for Mekton directly based on the T-35 and T-100.
Ho, Ho, Ho...ReplyDelete
Got to love those crazy Inter-War period tank designs.