|The PzII as purchased|
|The same Pzkw II repainted for France 1940|
|And the two kids posing together. Lovely looking family, aren't they|
|Now here is that Kubelwagon I began on the 12 hour paint-a-thon. It'll make a nice artillery observer stand.|
You may also recall the Pzkw IIIs and IVs that I bought from Gerard. I decided to add my own little bit of flavour to these, so I first gave them a wash with Citadel's Nuln Oil wash. This turned out to be a bad move. There appeared to be a chemical reaction between the base paint and the wash. I'd seen this the week before when I applied the Nuln oil to Tamiya German Grey, but I'd forgotten this when I gave the tanks a wash (yep, a slow learner). This meant that I had to touch them up, and then give them a wash using watered down black paint. They were finished with a simple and crude lining out using a dark grey.
|The five Pzkw IIIs completed and ready for table top action. I may yet give them all a base.|
|One of the Pzkw IIIs in detail|