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German armored train, new and improved!


Mark Deliduka
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I know I showed this on my Works in progress Thread, but I don't really know who will see it there, so I thought I'd post this here.

 

I decided to pull out my German Panzerzug BP-44 Armored Train to apply some more weathering to it using some of the techniques I learned on the Russian Armored Train.

 

Engine and tenders:

 

German_Panzerzug_BP_44_Improved_I.JPG

 

Geschutswagens and Kommandowagens:

 

German_Panzerzug_BP_44_Improved_II.JPG

 

Artilleriewagens:

 

German_Panzerzug_BP_44_Improved_III.JPG

 

Panzertraegerwagens and Panzerjaagerwagens:

 

German_Panzerzug_BP_44_Improved_IV.JPG

 

I may not have put a deep enough wash on this, but let me know what you guys think.

 

Thanks all, Comments are very welcome.

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I like the way it looks! Course I had to put on my optivsor to see something soooooooooooooooooooo small in the first place!!!!

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Thanks Mark! Be sure to bring that Optivisor to the Colorado nationals since this train is going to be there with several others......including the Dora! You'll be able to get a first-hand look in person!

 

Well Ed, at least I know it works! LOL!

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  • 4 months later...

Thanks Kevin! Fortunately this was all in two kits, yet the price darn near killed me! This beastie is over six feet long, so I can imagine what a 1/35th scale one would look like!

 

I've also done a Russian Armored Train as well. I have two more in the lineup.

 

Thanks again for the great reply.

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Sorry for the late reply, I just saw this. Thanks for that link; I would love getting that book too. I do have two other Squadron-type books on armored trains that were a big help with this model. At least picture-wise that is; one of them was written in Polish and I don't read or understand it. I have two more Russian armored trains to do; hopefully I can get them done soon.

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