Historical Miniature Wargaming, Military History, Plastic Army Men, & slush cast soldiers. Figures from Airfix, Italeri, Giant, Revell, Pegasus, Dapol, HaT, Ykreol, Imex, Orion, Strelets, Paul Heiser Models and Roco Minitanks, Trident and Fidelis Models; as well as wargame rules. I also enjoy 54mm & 60mm Toy Soldiers from Tim Mee, Ideal, MPC, and Marx Toys! I have collected toy soldiers for over 55 years. You can eMail me at BunkerMeister45@aol.com
Monday, August 1, 2011
As a wargamer, I like vehicles that are good representations of the actual weapon.
As a wargamer I also like a large number of vehicles.
Sometimes a balance must be made between the level of detail and perfection versus the ability to produce wargame models for the table.
Sometimes that means the wargame model must be simplified or use bits that may not be 100% accurate but provide an artistic image of the actual vehicle.
Here I have created four 234/4 armored cars with PaK 40. Not perfect models, but good wargame conversions. I have waited 50 years for Roco to do one, I suppose it's not on their list.