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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Pants


In war even mundane tasks must be performed.


So I built a sewing machine out of bits of scrap plastic.


This WWII German soldier sits on a crate, a door is his table on top of a couple barrels, on top of a bit of styrene sheet.


The pants were downloaded from a clothing site advertisement and printed out after I shrunk them down to size.


Part of my German supply and maintenance chain.


Gained a few pounds in France, lost them at Stalingrad.


Let the pants out, take the pants in.

4 comments:

Service Ration Distribution (Hobby) said...

I can hardly believe this post. My step-dad, earlier this year, showed me his dear old mother's sewing machine. It is Luftwaffe issue...I kid you not. Never thought of doing one in 20mm though. Kudos, sir, kudos.

Jay said...

clever scratchbuild.

Mike Creek said...

You are welcome SRD, I try to keep up with the trends. ;)
Bunkermeister

Mike Creek said...

Thanks Jay. Troops gotta be in proper uniform.
Bunkermeister