Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
tbow33

1/72 King Tiger

Recommended Posts

I had a lot of fun building this. The only gripe I had was the treads, they are hard to work with because out of the box they are like pretzels.

 

I painted it in the colors of the 503 Abteilung, in Normandy 1944.

 

All comments will be helpful.

 

post-1572-0-96997400-1351476268_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-83201300-1351476270_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-41153400-1351476272_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-76288200-1351476273_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-43763100-1351476275_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-93242300-1351476276_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-58619900-1351476278_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-10589200-1351476280_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-45756200-1351476281_thumb.jpgpost-1572-0-62681000-1351476282_thumb.jpg

Edited by tbow33

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I had the same track problem with mine. See my review of this kit in the review section of this web site to see how I dealt with it for another method.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

That is very well done, especially given the difficulty with the tracks. Yeah, Airfix tracks have always had a bad reputation for being stiff and uncontrollable. Nice work on the camo pattern. Thanks for posting this; I've wanted for awhile to see one of these built.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Sign in to follow this  

×
×
  • Create New...