Flakpanzer I, revisited.

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Flakpanzer I, revisited.

Joined: June 4th, 2011, 7:09 pm

November 18th, 2013, 11:07 pm #1

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
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Joined: April 7th, 2007, 12:52 am

November 19th, 2013, 5:44 am #2

as always, Roman! The weathering on the hull sides and chassis is particularly nice!

Cheers, Tracy
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Joined: February 19th, 2007, 8:58 am

November 19th, 2013, 8:41 am #3

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
Just perfect n/t
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Joined: October 3rd, 2005, 9:25 am

November 19th, 2013, 8:47 am #4

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
I certainly feel the cold!
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Joined: March 13th, 2007, 12:40 pm

November 19th, 2013, 8:47 am #5

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
Hi Roman,

I really like that!
The figure really tells the story and shows what can be done with just one vehicle and one figure.
If I may offer two very small constructive criticisms: I think the black painted wooden base is not up the the excellent standard of the vehicle and the figure and I can't see from the photos how the vehicle got to where it is as there are no track marks behind it.
Congratulations on a wonderful model!

Regards
Mike


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Joined: March 15th, 2005, 9:29 am

November 19th, 2013, 9:03 am #6

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
Great weathering in the vehicle and beautiful figure!
I also remeber the Vladimir's vignette!

Good work

MIG
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Joined: June 23rd, 2005, 9:07 am

November 19th, 2013, 2:47 pm #7

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
You rock in this little beast...



Awesome !!!!!

Big hug !!!

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Joined: September 23rd, 2011, 7:38 am

November 19th, 2013, 3:33 pm #8

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
Hi Roman,

A nother great Little dio, the flakpanzer and the fig looks super. You have done a very nice paint and weathering
job. You could feel the Winter.

Hi,Hej,

Kenneth
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Joined: February 16th, 2008, 3:20 pm

November 19th, 2013, 3:38 pm #9

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
All is in order,Figure base and vehicle
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Joined: November 2nd, 2010, 11:03 pm

November 19th, 2013, 4:11 pm #10

Hello guys, winter is coming so I would like to share some new images of Flakpanzer I that was finished some time agohttp://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/2013/0 ... zer-i.html).

To put the vehicle in context I made a small base and added a figure painted by my friend from USA - Kyle Nelson. Of course it doesn't look that dramatic as diorama made by Vladimir Demchenko some years ago, but I hope you get the feeling of frozen trap which Germans got into during the battle for Stalingrad.















http://roman-bizarre.blogspot.no/
Beautiful all round. Well done
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