1/35 armor

Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by topgunner, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. topgunner

    topgunner New Member

    Any free sites out there for 1/35 tanks , buildings etc mostly for dioramas
  2. cjwalas

    cjwalas Member

    This one's got a free Tetrarch and a free Italian house & accessories;
    Look under British in "Military" for the the Tetrarch.
    I think the house is under "Free Downloads".
  3. topgunner

    topgunner New Member

    Thanks Chris

  4. cjwalas

    cjwalas Member

    Nobi also has a great , or had?, a great 1/35 Cromwell for free, but I don't seem to be able to get the download to work. Maybe you'll have more luck;
    1/35 isn't the most common scale in paper armor, but if you're willing to scale down (and up) a few kits in the printer, you can get a fair selection of kits. The 1/50 ICM kits are excellent kits and would take being enlarged;
    Good luck!
  5. topgunner

    topgunner New Member

    Thanks Again

    That one download dont work?But the other does.Maybe your right 1/35 isnt the most popular but i already have the building done,maybe ill find something else to put in the diorama like maybe a jeep or something,but there not easy to find either,any idea's its supposed to represent a town in europe during ww2.the building isin 1/35 scale so i need the same scale to finish it.
  6. Fishcarver

    Fishcarver Active Member

    1:35 Armour (Rescaling Models)

    You can build anything you want if you know how to rescale models.

    The formula is easy:

    1) to upscale, say from from 1:72 to 1:35, use the formula Fn= O/N where Fn = Final New Scale, O = Original Scale , N=New Scale . Therefore, a 1:35 model made from a 1:72 original requires 72/35 or 2.06 X (206%) increase in size.

    2) To downscale, as from 1:25 to 1:35, use the formula Fn=O/N again: 25/35= 0.71 X (71 %) decrease in size

    Have fun!
  7. sakrison

    sakrison Member

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