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Daniel Horvath13/01/2018 10:03:16
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Thanks Steve I hope one day I will be able make realistic models like you! I will get there with time! Thanks again cheers Danny

John Race13/01/2018 15:04:12
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I think that's an accomplished build, you should be pleased with that.

If you wait long enough you will see my par of Stugs appear. I can always be sure to cause a major row about barrels breaking out .surprise Mine will make you even happier.


Daniel Horvath23/01/2018 12:49:22
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441 photos

John thanks for the comment can’t wait to see your Stugs!

Daniel Horvath23/01/2018 12:54:32
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8e899b63-da1b-48d6-a331-40e44892ac27.jpeg75784e22-c4ef-4368-aead-5f8e87e8187a.jpeg58c8f924-e929-42a4-9c17-7a8a60c9e5d5.jpegGood afternoon to you all! Like I mentioned before im working on my last scene for my diorama! Wich will be a Famo taking a Stug into the workshop and there will be soldiers walking next to it! The Stug already done and I managed to finish the Famo as well! Still a long way to go until it’s completed. My next step is the trailer! Soon as things get done I will post! So here is some pictures from the completed Famo hope you guys like it! Thanks for looking ! Cheers Danny 8763251f-7635-4976-bbed-3c24ba410432.jpeg

Kevin Cole 123/01/2018 16:32:49
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The StuG and the Famo look very nice! Looking at the ht, it's easy to forget how huge those things were without figures for reference. They could tow a lot of weight.

Daniel Horvath23/01/2018 17:13:52
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Hi Kevin im glad you like it! You right they were beasts! 5a942252-edce-42b2-bd4f-b8a2baf579e3.jpeg

Peter Day 123/01/2018 17:16:27
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A beautifully rendered pair of vehicles Daniel.


Francois Reinert24/01/2018 18:31:36
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Hi Daniel,

​I enjoy following your built too. Some workload you got there. Keep going, it's fabulous.

​Allow me a little historical advice. DAK was known to bury their Guns (AT+AA) in pits. Because of the high temperature, the air is flickering, hence anything not protruding more than 0.5-1 meter above the ground becomes invisible, a mirage literally. 88s were dug in until the barrel was not more than a few inches above ground level.In case of a ground attack, the Artilleriebeobachter spotted the enemy from high ground much earlier than the enemy could make out the gun pit (source: Paul Carell)

Have a nice day, and Ihope to see some more of your progress,


John Race24/01/2018 23:30:12
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Daniel .

Both very nice indeed thumbs up

In reply to Franz , that's a very interesting fact .thank you .

Cheers Daniel .


Daniel Horvath25/01/2018 20:32:08
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Peter and John thanks for the comment fellas and also thank you Franz as well for the advice ! I have received the accessories for the Stug ! I almost completed the upgrade on the tank ! Tomorrow I will post the pictures .Thanks again for looking and following guys , its a pleasure to have you guys around ! Regards Danny

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