Outpost in Libya, fall 1941
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So I ended up building a diorama for my Sd.Kfz. 222 Leichter Panzerspähwagen but it needed something more than just the 222.
As I already had the FLAK 37 anti-aircraft gun on my shelf, I decided to use that as it had some nice figures as well. There are also some blankets and other stuff from a different kit.
The tent was built with Milliput and some twigs. The sandbags were also built using Milliput and I think it all came together quite nicely.
I can see a lot of thought went into your diorama. Nicely detailed. Well done.
As Eisenhower said: "Plans are worthless, but planning is everything" 🙂
There are things that I probably would have done differently looking back, but all in all, I'm happy with the result.
Thank you for your comment Craig
Thank you Bob 🙂
Great modeling. The North African theatre 1941-1943 is together with Unternehmen Barbarossa my favorite epoch. Great build and skill level!
Thank you, Michel.
I have seen your work and know your skill level, so your comment means a lot to me.
Looks great, Geir. Really captures the look of combat in the desert.
Thank you for your comment, George 🙂
Fantastic dio. Geir, looks great!
Thank you, Robert 🙂
Nicely done! Love those desert sand colors.
Beautifully done, Geir! Like Greg, I really like the desert colors. That big gun looks wicked and ready to do battle.