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  • #86065
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
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    I fancied doing a diorama of some Russian and German mechanics and supply crew

    Burnt out Russian t34s

    1943 onwards, German heavy tank battalion equipped with tigers

    Soviet tank Brigade t34 minesweepers (for Mid 1942 -Mid 1943)

    For more pictures check out 10mm World War II Project

    As always, comments are appreciated.

    Take care

    Andy

    #86076
    norm smith
    norm smith
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    The supply base is a clever application of bits and I do like the mine-rollers.

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    #86079

    L L
    Participant

    A nice example of how 10mm allows one to go all ‘scenic’ at a reasonable cost in time/money and space.

    Handsome

    L

    #86103
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
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    The supply base is a clever application of bits and I do like the mine-rollers.

     

    Thanks Norm I did particularly like supply dumps myself but I do like making little dioramas

     

    Take care

    Andy

    #86104
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    A nice example of how 10mm allows one to go all ‘scenic’ at a reasonable cost in time/money and space. Handsome L

    Thank you for your kind comments they are much appreciated

    Take care

    Andy

    #86117

    Garro 7th
    Participant

    Some nice work there

    What a night though it's one of seven
    What a night for the dancing dead
    What a night to be called to heaven
    What a picture to fill your head

    #86123
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Some nice work there

     

    Thank you very much

    Take care

    Andy

    #86124
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Andy, I’ve played 4 or 5 games using 10mm and think it’s a wonderful scale for wargaming. The detail that manufacturers can include is impressive. The stuff you’ve done is very appealing and has turned out fabulously. The paint guides you provide are also very useful, thanks. I notice you’ve indicated “Abandoned” for your British armour and infantry. I checked the former and you have a pretty viable force of Shermans and Cromwells. 🙂

    Thank you for your kind words they are very much appreciated.

    Yeah the trouble is as a wargamer I tend to flit from one thing to another and end up with an awful lot of unfinished projects and the British just ended up being one of them.

    At present they are all packed away at some point I intend sorting them out and putting them on eBay

    Take care

    Andy

    #86843
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Hi all

    Two supply trucks and one repair vehicle for German heavy tank battalion

    German assault Gun company with Sd Kfz 253 (Observer team)

    Russian tank crews unfortunately I had to use the same German figure

    German tank crews

    Early war Sd Kfz 251 armoured personnel carriers

    Early War German Krupp Protze trucks and a Horch kfz.15 staff car.

    For more pictures check out 10mm World War II Project

    As always, comments are appreciated.

    Take care

    Andy

    #88912
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
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    Hi all

    Late war Sd.Kfz. 251 smoke markers

    Early war Sd.Kfz. 251 smoke markers

    Two early War German Infantry battalions

    For more pictures check out 10mm World War II Project

    As always, comments are appreciated.

    Take care

    Andy

    #88918
    cmnash
    cmnash
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    They look good Andy – you’ve obviously put a lot of work into it & should be pleased with your efforts!

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    #88925
    OldBen1
    OldBen1
    Participant

    Wow, those smoke markers are really cool.

    I can’t believe how much detail you get with 10mm vehicles as well.

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    #88938
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    They look good Andy – you’ve obviously put a lot of work into it & should be pleased with your efforts!

    Thank you very much for your kind comments they are much appreciated. I try and do my best with them

    Take care

    Andy

    #88940
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Wow, those smoke markers are really cool. I can’t believe how much detail you get with 10mm vehicles as well.

    Thank you very much. Like I said in my previous reply I try and do my best with them.

    Take care

    Andy

    #90114
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Hi all

    1943 onwards, 3 x Jagdtigers

    1943 onwards, 3 x Jagdpanthers

    1943 onwards, 3 x Jagdpanzer IV

    Early War, Luftwaffe detachment with 88mm and 20mm.

    For more pictures check out 10mm World War II Project

    As always, comments are appreciated.

    Take care

    Andy

    #90123
    deephorse
    deephorse
    Participant

    Some great stuff there.  Particularly like the tracks left by the SdKfz 7s (I presume that’s what they are), a nice detail.

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    #90168
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Thank you very much, and yes you are right they are meant to be tracked marks

    Take care

    Andy

    #90202
    Ivan Sorensen
    Ivan Sorensen
    Moderator

    Very cool and really shows off why 10mm is so cool.

    The cost savings for vehicles compared to 15mm is substantial as well.

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    #90328
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Very cool and really shows off why 10mm is so cool. The cost savings for vehicles compared to 15mm is substantial as well.

    Thank you very much indeed. As you probably know 10mm my preferred scale, looks good on the table and like you say is considerably cheaper than the other larger scales.

    Take care

    Andy

    #91167
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Hi all

    Early war regimental command

    Early war Sturm-Infanteriegeschütz 33B, 4 x Infantry with anti-tank rifles and 2 x 50mm PaK 38 anti-tank guns

    Early war Panzer Division with Panzer IIs, Panzer IIIs, Panzer IVs and a supply and repair company

    1943 onwards, Sd.Kfz. 251/22 Fitted with a 75 mm PaK 40 anti-tank gun

    The Brick Works, I made this up using a Heljan N gauge kit and a kiln I managed to buy from eBay.

    For more pictures check out 10mm World War II Project

    As always, comments are appreciated.

    Take care

    Andy

    #105926
    Andrew Bruce
    Andrew Bruce
    Participant

    Hi all

    Supply wagons for my Soviet rifle brigade 1941-1945.

    Some later war Stugs.

    Supply trucks.

    Panther tanks with zimmerit and without.

    Some Tiger II’s.

    For more pictures check out 10mm World War II Project

    As always, comments are appreciated.

    Take care

    Andy

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