here I present my work. I create dioramas in the time period of World War II and everything only in the scale 1/144. My main focus are tanks but from time to time a take a look at submarines, interesting airplanes and small ships.
Normally I do not build or collect something what do not saw any action during WWII. But no rule without exceptions. The Sturmmörser is such an exception. Somehow I liked it and the price for the unassembled kit was okay. So here my Sturmmörser 28 cm 38D.
The Tornado Sprengboot was one of the very desperite Trials to Change everything - when it was already too late. As far as I could find out, there was at least one prototype which was used for Trails. When the Russians came closer, the Germans Blow up everything.
The design is very simple, the swimmer are from the Ju 52, the engine is from the V1.
Today I present a project which I started two years ago. When CGD announced the 12,8 cm Twin Flak I remembered that in Aberdeen was a Twin Flak on a Culemeyer Transporter. But not that the Culemeyer transported the Flak, no, is was welded on the platform of the Culemeyer. The Culemeyer in the six Wheel Version I just had designed, so an easy conversion. Somehow it took me over two years to finalise everything. So today I present you the finished model with a Little delay. The painting is different from what you can find on the Internet, but I doubt the painting you can see in Aberdeen. The Culemeyer Trailers never belonged to the Wehrmacht, so they were Maybe in a dark Grey but not painted in Wehrmacht Schema. Most of the 12.8 Flak had the old grey Coating, so I went with this combination. Bad luck, I found no Information who used this combination, was it a prototype, a field conversion or where was it found.