Wednesday, 20 June 2012

WW1 German Artillery.

I picked up this WW1 German 77mm Field Gun and Crew a while ago and have finally finished it. This one is made by Old Glory. Comes with a crew of 6 but I have only based 4 with the gun and then based the other two guys on washers. Although labeled as 25mm it does not look too out of place with the 28mm stuff I have. Sorry about the photos being crap.








These are the other two dudes you get in the set,

36 comments:

  1. What's wrong with the photos? Nice setting for a well presented model and crew, I thought - especially the first picture. That's quite a stroomg light - yet I don't recall all that much sun recently...
    Cheers,
    Ion

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    1. About 11am last Sunday Ion! Didn't stay out for long though. The brightness is what I didn't like about the photos . Looked okay on the camera but rubbish on the computer. Needed some backlighting.

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  2. That's some nice work and will keep the allies heads down in their trenches!

    Chriostopher

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    1. Thanks Christopher. Just got to make some trenches now!

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  3. That's a great looking stand. Nicely done.

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  4. Lovely work - I can't see any problem with the photos!

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    1. Just the lighting , too bright!!

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  5. I won't be original, but I can't see what's wrong with the photos...It's a very nice work, and the shadows are really pleasant!
    Best,
    Phil.

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    1. Thanks Phil. You are too kind.

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  6. Looking realy good Rodger !

    Best regards Michael

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    1. Always a good time to bombard stuff Gowan.

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  8. Brilliant work Rodger, a really fine job. Stop worrying about the photo's they all look fine mate.

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  9. Looking good, waiting for a shed load of 15mm WWI to arrive, nice period, and good looking model.

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    1. Sounds good Dan. Reasonably easy to paint. I look forward to seeing your troops.

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  10. Splendid work Rodger and a cunning idea to keep the other two chap on washers keeps the whole thing more versatile.

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  11. Really nice looking gun and crew, Rodger. Reminds me I need to paint up two Foundry HMG teams I picked up at a Bring & Buy. Best, Dean

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    1. Sounds good Dean, I look forward to seeing them.

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  12. Doing a bit of catching up (sorry) on your blog, Rodger. All the Great War stuff is really looking great. Very nicely done!

    Jason

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