20 September 2009

Nebelwerfer Scratch-Build – Juan Reyes

By Juan Reyes - scratch-built Nebelwerfer

Our gaming group had a list of things we needed to build for some of the forthcoming games we had planned in the Disposable Heroes Arnhem campaign, one of those being a Nebelwerfer.

The old Esci kit still hasn't yet been re-released by Italeri and the expensive prices on Ebay for the old Esci kit made it a no-no, and resin or lead alternatives aren't really our thing, but Juan said he'd take care of it.


The rocket-tubes on the Nebelwerfer are made out of sprue, and the split-trail carriage, and wheel assembly are from the HaT Industrie German Pak-36 37mm Anti-Tank Gun.

The Steyr 1500A in the background is also another of Carlos de la Concha's Altaya-Repaints.

16 September 2009

Italeri Sd.Kfz 234/3 "Stummel"

Another of the new Italeri kits, an Sdk.Kfz 234/3 built and painted by Carlos de la Concha from the Brazo de Nelson wargame group.

Hasegawa Isuzu Fuel Truck

Another kit for another wargame project, this time a 1/72 scale Japanese Isuzu Fuel Truck, built and painted by Carlos de la Concha from the Brazo de Nelson wargame club.

07 September 2009

Circus Maximus in 1/72 Scale

Iván Cáceres, another of my regular wargame opponents (he thrashed me in a game on Saturday just gone by the way, damn him), is also an avid 1/72 scale fan.
He's been working on updating the old board-game "Circus Máximus" into a version using miniatures.
Some pictures below. The miniatures were painted by Iván and also by Carlos de la Concha.
Pity about the quality of the pictures, it isn't too good, they were taken with my mobile.
The new "board" needs a centre-structure and some statues, spectators etc., so more photos to follow sometime in the near future when the table's finished.


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