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The Maus was just another symptom of what was wrong in the Wehrmacht; overdiversity. 

They tried to create a weapon for every situation, and it resulted in chaos. 

They had how many different size mortars?

 

And sticking a 150mm gun on the tank would just have resulted in yet another calibre shell that would need to be manufactured, shipped and stored wherever the tank might be used. 

Not to mention engine spares and whatever parts happened to be unique for that model. 

 

The Romanian troops on the German's Northern flank during the assault on Stalingrad were equipped with captured French guns and had on average just 6 shells for each cannon. And no way of getting more. It's even debatable how many of the guns were still in working order as they had no spares or tools for them. That was where the Russians attacked when they started the pincher movement. 

 

Every one of Hitler's 'pet projects' took resources that could have been better spent in manufacturing already functioning weapons. 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Gadgetman! said:

The Maus was just another symptom of what was wrong in the Wehrmacht; overdiversity. 

They tried to create a weapon for every situation, and it resulted in chaos. 

They had how many different size mortars?

 

And sticking a 150mm gun on the tank would just have resulted in yet another calibre shell that would need to be manufactured, shipped and stored wherever the tank might be used. 

Not to mention engine spares and whatever parts happened to be unique for that model. 

 

The Romanian troops on the German's Northern flank during the assault on Stalingrad were equipped with captured French guns and had on average just 6 shells for each cannon. And no way of getting more. It's even debatable how many of the guns were still in working order as they had no spares or tools for them. That was where the Russians attacked when they started the pincher movement. 

 

Every one of Hitler's 'pet projects' took resources that could have been better spent in manufacturing already functioning weapons. 

 

 

 

Totally agree with this.

We count ourself lucky that the man with the little mustache didn't come to his senses.

 

A lot of his projects were absurd and wouldn't have worked anyway.

ME 262 could have made a difference when it was invented three years earlier.

And a few other projects just came too late for them.

But others were ridicilous, the Ratte would have been a huge sitting duck, barely able to move ( the resources to keep it moving alone would have been a logistics nightmare).

 

It does provide for a lot of cool model kits these days though.

 

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On 9/13/2020 at 4:31 PM, Gadgetman! said:

Every one of Hitler's 'pet projects' took resources that could have been better spent in manufacturing already functioning weapons. 

Yes the resources would’ve been better used on improving the panthers and tiger II’s. Both of them suffered from drive train issues. Fortunately though as Glitterwolf said Hitler was to erratic to be a truly effect strategist.

So after much experimentation trying to find a camouflage that I liked that looked fairly historical I have settled on this. The Tiger II has served as my guinea pig and is not done yet, but it is coming along.

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Started on a couple of other German vehicles.
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Compared to the German the Americans have been relatively easy as far as the camouflage.

Just started on the T29’s turret with the brown. 

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I hadn’t planned to do any British vehicles for a while, but this was just too cool to pass up.

This is NOT a real vehicle but a figment of someone’s imagination, this is the Carlisle tank hunter. 
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That tank hunter looks... British...   

I can actually imagine a British designer draw this up as a serius proposition. 

 

After all, they kept on 'improving' on the Mark series of tanks well into the 20s. 

 

What baffles me about German camo paint is how orcish some are about colour choices. 'It has to be exactly xxxxx green' and so on.

But the fact is that they were repainted on site when transported to a different area, and the paint had to be thinned with oils before being applied. And the different oils available would subtly change the colour. 

The thick goop they added like you would tile cement was the worst in keeping to the 'correct¨colour.

(it was put on to stop magnetic grenades from sticking. The allied never actually used those grenades... )

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On 10/1/2020 at 12:49 AM, Gadgetman! said:

The thick goop they added like you would tile cement was the worst in keeping to the 'correct¨colour.

(it was put on to stop magnetic grenades from sticking. The allied never actually used those grenades... )

I believe it was called Zimmerit, they actually stopped using it because it supposedly caught fire easily. Though this was unproven.

I have printed off a few more tanks in the past few weeks. 
The first is a pair a Panzer IV(I think they are Gs, I’ve slept since I printed them).

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While not the most famous of tanks from WW2 they were the most prolific of the German tanks with over 8,500 tanks built across a total of eight variants. It entered production in 1937 and served until 1945. 
 

Up next is a tank destroyer with a rather short but interesting history. These are the Dicker Max.

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Originally conceived as long range bunker busters they were intended to be used against theFrench Maginot Line. However the two prototypes were not ready in time to participate in the Invasion of France. They were ready for their combat trials in time for operation Barbarossa. One caught fire which of course ignited its ammunition supply. The other survived until 1942 were all record of it cease to exist. The last known picture of it shows it with 18 kill rings. 
Here are my other vehicles in various stages of completion.

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I did some research into U.S cammoflage and really couldn’t find a whole lot, So I decided to do a very American thing and just wing it. After all that is probably what the G.I.s did anyways.

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Just a few notes. The use of zimmerit was stopped in 1944, July in the factories, October in the field. It was proven that it did not catch fire but the order was never rescinded. While the British and Americans didn't use magnetic anti-tank devices the Soviets did. Zimmerit was only a defense against magnetic anti-tank weapons, it did nothing to reduce the effects of bazookas or piats. Since it added days to the deploying a vehicle ( a blow torch was used to dry it) that probably had a lot more to do with it being discontinued.

 

I think you are pretty much bang on for American camouflage. While it was more common than people think for the most part in Europe it was just adding black stripes. Although I do have a picture of a WWII era Sherman in a 4 color scheme, so feel free to go wild. I think the days of modelers getting hung on colors is pretty much over, just from what I have seen at any of the modeling competitions in the last few years. As Gadgetman stated, often camo was applied in the field by the crews and while it was supposed to be thinned by gasoline it could be thinned with almost anything. Plus pigment variations were common as the availability of painting supplies dropped. As an example the, more or less

, common red brown we see on many German vehicles varies from an almost vibrant red brown to a deep chocolate brown, just depends on how and where it was applied. So run wild, no one  can point out its not correct and for the most part you are doing the paper panzer thing so your reality is the only one that matters.

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The only important point when painting a Sherman is that if it has the long-barreled 75mm, the outermost part(what exyends past the short barreled version) was often painted black to attempt to hide that it was in fact a long-barreled version. 

The Germans would try to target those first if they spotted them because they were the ones most likely to be able to penetrate the Tiger's frontal armor.  

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On 10/23/2020 at 3:50 AM, Glitterwolf said:

It has been decades since I painted a panzer of some sorts but these make me want to..

You know you want to..........

If you want to print one off and paint it I can send you the link to the STL. I used. 
 

Thankyou @Heisler, and @Gadgetman!. The additional information is greatly appreciated!

 

Well the T29 is pretty much done. I just have one or two details to add that had slipped my mind before I did the mud effects. Being a prototype it of course used the T instead of the M and never had a name like the M4 Sherman or the M26 Pershing. So in the my Alternate history It will be called the M29 Chamberlain after Joshua Chamberlain.

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Might print off another after I get some more tanks finished first.

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Looking good.

I can get many files on thingiverse for panzers.

Thing is I have so many fantasy stuff that will get priority, that I will never get around to it.

Maybe one day.

But I still love to see them painted, I like tanks.

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On 10/26/2020 at 5:27 AM, Glitterwolf said:

But I still love to see them painted, I like tanks.

Well you are in luck! Because now there two completely finished!

The M29 completely done.

Though it did suffer an injury the other day. My cat knocked it into the floor and broke right side to pieces. After glueing it back together I added some more mud to hide the damage. 

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And the Tiger II is done as well!

I may have gone a little crazy with the mud.......

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Next up..........whichever is done next!
(Either I can’t spell or spellcheck keeps changing Done to down)

Thanks for looking!

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On 10/23/2020 at 11:02 AM, Heisler said:

I think the days of modelers getting hung on colors is pretty much over, just from what I have seen at any of the modeling competitions in the last few years. As Gadgetman stated, often camo was applied in the field by the crews and while it was supposed to be thinned by gasoline it could be thinned with almost anything. Plus pigment variations were common as the availability of painting supplies dropped. As an example the, more or less

, common red brown we see on many German vehicles varies from an almost vibrant red brown to a deep chocolate brown, just depends on how and where it was applied. So run wild, no one  can point out its not correct and for the most part you are doing the paper panzer thing so your reality is the only one that matters.

 

I agree with this.  In addition, if you take the whole body of 'correct colours' from sources over the years you'll find a lot of disagreement, and in some cases colours long accepted as fact that later turned out to be incorrect anyway.  An example of this is that early german panzers were long thought to be dark grey overall, but were actually largely dark grey and chocolate brown - only in black and white photos this is difficult to detect.  While dark grey and brown is probably more correct, dark grey overall is an aesthetic I like better and one that suits the more common expectation, so that is the one I pick.

 

Probably an even more extreme of this is British North Africa "caunter" paint schemes.  

 

Inaccurate caunter:

 

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More accurate caunter:

 

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That's a very significant difference.  The inaccurate caunter decorated the Matilda at Bovington Tank Museum, and everyone presumed that the Tank Museum ought to know, so it entered into the record as correct.  Now we know it isn't.  However, like the early german armour dark grey without the chocolate, my preference is definitely for the much jauntier blue, grey, and yellow-tan scheme so that is the one I will probably pick. 

 

In any case, when it comes to game pieces there's a fair bit of room to play with anyway - if for no other reason than it is usually impractical to expect somebody to purchase the same forces multiple times rather than re-use an existing force for different scenarios where the unit composition is suitable.  Thus we have some camouflage patterns common for late war germans in the East that vary markedly from those in Normandy, and then come the fall and into the Ardennes we start to see the dotted ambush scheme. After this we see the "paint shortage" scheme with 'close enough' colours slapped on over bare oxide primer.  If somebody chose to paint their Tiger IIs and other vehicles in dotted ambush, but then also chose to use them in the Late-August 1944 Cobra-Falaise action I think anyone who would nitpick it is probably just being overly pedantic.   I did my Germans in Normandy style camouflage, and would happily use them in any engagement the equipment was suitable for.  That force for Bolt Action cost me a fair penny, and I'd much rather have a different army altogether than buy 2 or 3 extra german forces just to paint differently.

 

Anyway, those are some sexy tonks you've got there so it was fun to read through the thread!

 

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14 hours ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

Anyway, those are some sexy tonks you've got there so it was fun to read through the thread

Thanks! Glad you liked looking through it!
I’ll be doing more work on the tanks after I finish up this sci fi squad I’m working on currently. I needed a short  break from tanks.

Someone, I won’t mention any names, printed off more than he could chew.......

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After alot of life I have returned! 
Even though I have not been on here I have not been idle. 
So first off I decided that I wanted to add a bit more detail to my vehicles so is the M29 with radio antennas 

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After that I finished off the E-100

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then the pershing, this is when I got the brainy idea of adding even more detail, this time in the form of barb wire and some stowage. Not a huge amount of stowage though.

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And here are some of the other vehicles that I’ve made progress on.

the t95 will probably be the next one done.(it’s done, will post pictures tomorrow)

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during this time I printed off a couple new vehicles the M36 Jackson and the infamous Tiger 1.
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and today I purchased an new addition from my local hobby shop a Stug III06E63238-6F30-43B5-9E2A-01F01FB2575E.thumb.jpeg.32a3c58c8884fbdafef90c63431d5b94.jpeg

and some creative use of a soldering iron produced some minor battle damage.

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And after It’s painted I am planing to do bushes and maybe some camo netting if I can figure out how to do it. 
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Critiques and constructive criticism are welcome.

Thankyou for looking!

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