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Nord
23 Jan 12,, 11:40
Just to compare sizes, if you have any wishes, let me now..

JS2 vs Kingtiger:

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/JS2-Kungstiger.jpg

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/JS2-Kingtiger.jpg

JS2 vs Tiger:
http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/JS2-Tiger.jpg

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/Tiger-JS2.jpg

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/Tiger-JS2-2.jpg


JS2 vs Panther:

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/JS2-panther.jpg

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/JS2-Panther%20(2).jpg

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/JS2-Panther%20(3).jpg


Abrahams vs E-100:

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/m1a2-E100.jpg

dave lukins
23 Jan 12,, 12:34
Excellent models as per usual Nord ;)

Doktor
23 Jan 12,, 12:50
Nord,

All your tanks have this rusty look.

For instance the Germans tanks I have seen on documentaries, most look like they just had a tank wash.

Don't get me wrong, I like your models, just wondered about this.

Nord
23 Jan 12,, 13:26
Nord,

All your tanks have this rusty look.


Hello Doc,

I can`t agree with you here, cause all of my tanks does not have that rusty look.

http://armor.se/img/pansar_1_35/Kungstiger-RS.jpg

Far from all have that rusty look, but the tanks you refers to must be the ones above, in the post?
And they are all "early" builds from me, they are reworked now and can be seen in the other posts, the reason I posted them was to show the difference in size.

The tracks was rusty, and exhaustpipes.

Thanks for your post.

Doktor
23 Jan 12,, 13:57
My bad, should have said I mean for this post :(

Thanks for the heads up.

Nord
23 Jan 12,, 14:46
NP, I think your point is great.