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Old 04-25-2012, 09:03 PM
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It does not get any better than this!

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Thank you, everyone.

At the very end while the model progressed as planned, it still had a little final surprise for me. While looking at the photos of real thing, I discovered, that it had side mirror attached to the left fender. Some of these bridgelayers had it even on the other side. At this stage of building, it is not a very pleasant surprise - yet, after a little struggle within myself I made a little mirror to my model as well.

In conclusion I really enjoyed DML's Panzer IV D set, so I'm going to build one or two of these early panzer IV's again some time for sure. Despite very positive reviews, the Trump's box wasn't so much fun as much of its contents found the way to rubbish bin and were replaced by scratch built details (Yep, actually I am not a natural scratchbuilder and prefer to build from the box). Other little details added, offered much fun too.

So here it is: Finished model of German Brückenleger IV B as it might have been in France, June 1940.






















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Old 05-02-2012, 02:14 AM
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lovely! =)
i really like how you made inner part of bridge dirty with dry leaves and everything
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nice sense of scale...

very nice work, weathering is very in scale.
congrats!
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Thanks for the kind words, everyone.


Better and bigger pics can be seen here in my blog:

http://www.teraselukad.blogspot.com/...eger-iv-b.html


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Kristjan,

you have done an amazing job on this build. Great finish on a great build on a very cool subject. Well done!

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Thumbs up Wow! exellent work Glaurung

Just wonderfull am impressed with rebuilding you have done keep up the good work Nick
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