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WW2plus - Pionier-Kampfgeher in „Impending Doom" - DE

Posted by Hellboy on 13 May 2018, 15:13

New photos of an old diorama …

„Impending Doom“

The pioneers build the last roadblock. All access roads are now blocked. The city is secured as much as possible. Will the obstacles stop the approaching enemy?

What is there to see in the distance? Are these planes? Here come the enemy bombers. They are supposed to prepare the onslaught by the infantry on the city. There is little hope left. But the command is, fight to the last cartridge. So be it then ... :(

I reworked this old diorama and made new photos. I hope you like the pictures a bit.

Have fun. :-D

Hellboy


Link-Note:

Information about the model
http://www.scalemates.com/kits/1141176-sharkit-lightgeher1-alterra1-light-geher-1

Information about the figures
http://www.scalemates.com/kits/154795-dragon-7363-panther-g


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Posted by Kekso on 13 May 2018, 16:01

This is so cool. I suppose you had great fun while making it.
"Kampfgeher" can be translated as "War Walker", right? My German is pretty bad.
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Posted by Wiking on 13 May 2018, 16:08

And once more a nice Dio of you.
Well paint. Some stuff around the eye catcher.
The sappers observe us! :wave:

The most I like is that you think about your build.
:yeah:
How can the operator climb into the Kampfgeher.
You added (green) steps!
Exhausts are not forgotten! Surplus from a Revell Panther kit.
You have to input something that the exhaust get something to put out.
So a fuel drum is fixed. At the back. Like as an example on the Maus or T34.

The Kampfgeher need urgent new soles. The are totally blank.

What will happen if I remove the red cable? :-D
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Posted by Hellboy on 13 May 2018, 16:35

Kekso wrote:This is so cool. I suppose you had great fun while making it.
"Kampfgeher" can be translated as "War Walker", right? My German is pretty bad.


Kekso, thank you for your kind comment. :-D I can tell you, the work on this diorama was a lot of fun.

I love this Kampfgeher. This model comes in many parts. Thus, the Kampfgeher can take almost every pose. Standing, running, kneeling and dancing, if need be. ;-)

I think, Kampfgeher can also be translated as "battle walker".
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Posted by Hellboy on 13 May 2018, 17:00

Wiking wrote:And once more a nice Dio of you. Well paint. Some stuff around the eye catcher.
The sappers observe us! :wave:


Yes, the soldiers are watching us ... just do not drill in the nose now. That would be embarrassing with so many spectators !!! ;-)

Wiking wrote:The most I like is that you think about your build. :yeah: How can the operator climb into the Kampfgeher. You added (green) steps!


I asked myself, how the soldiers come in the Kampfgeher? :eh: That's why some ladder rungs are quickly attached. :-D Now they can - with some skill - get into the Kampfgeher. ;-)

Wiking wrote:Exhausts are not forgotten! Surplus from a Revell Panther kit.
You have to input something that the exhaust get something to put out. So a fuel drum is fixed. At the back. Like as an example on the Maus or T34.


That's right. The exhausts is really from Revell !!! :yeah: I think the idea with ejectable additional tanks really good. I asked myself, why should such a thing only be applied to tanks? That's why I attached a barrel of fuel to the Kampfgeher. By the way, the blue barrel gives a color point in the many green. :-D

Wiking wrote:The Kampfgeher need urgent new soles. The are totally blank.


Oops, you're right. The soles have already expired again. :shock: Attaching new soles is always a bit difficult. :oops: The Kampfgeher is very ticklish on the feet .... ;-)

Wiking wrote:What will happen if I remove the red cable? :-D


I think the Kampfgeher then destroys itself. But I have to look again in the manual ... :mrgreen:
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Posted by Wiking on 14 May 2018, 18:35

Hellboy wrote:
Yes, the soldiers are watching us ... just do not drill in the nose now.

No not me!
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Posted by Quepwik on 08 Jun 2018, 07:52

i really like your works ! Excellent.

And I see you have a beautiful collection of Dragon figures ! Hard to find them now.
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Posted by panzerman on 18 Jul 2018, 07:39

Another wonderful ww2 what if display. Beautifully built and painted. Cool storyline to the diorama too.
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PS: all green mech makes it look Russian....maybe a 3 tone camouflage pattern next time???
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 23 Jul 2018, 19:20

I love your work. :thumbup: :-D
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