I found this on Armorama, fantastic setting, geez a lot of work must have gone into making that factory, or rather what’s left of it. No idea of the builders name sorry, he just has his user name “Smalcastle” so if anyone knows the builder let me know so I can credit him properly. In the meantime you can see more photos of the build by clicking on the link below the photos.
Update : Thanks to Panos we now know the builder, Dimitris, and you can see more of this and his other work via the links below.
You can see the completed diorama here:
and the progress here:
As it’s all in Greek but you can get a general idea by using an online translator.
You can see the rest of his works (as well as others) here:
MORE PHOTOS ON ARMORAMA
I found this on Military Modelling while looking up stuff on the German Railway Guns and all I can say is WOW. You really need to take the time to read through the whole build to see just how much work and detail has gone into this build. You can read the full thing on Military Modelling by clicking on the link below the photos.
FULL BUILD ON MILITARY MODELLING SITE
This was found on the AMMS Brisbane website, it’s a really cool little diorama of one of the oddball Bulgarian modified Pz.Kpfw.IVs with an Su76 turret that were later used as static bunkers and remained in place up until relatively recent times. You can see a lot more photos og this build on the AMMS Brisbane site by clicking on the link below the photos.
FULL PHOTO SET ON AMMS BRISBANE SITE
I like the vibrancy of this, I know a lot of people get stuck in the whole “World War Two means grey and dreary” mindset, but if you can get past the fact that WWII didn’t happen in black and white photos but took place in full living colour then you will find stuff like this very refreshing.
Click on the link below the photo to go to the Modellours Workshop page.
GO TO PHOTOS ON MODELLOURS WORKSHOP
And just for a little fun, the same photo given the “Darkened” B&W Makeover.