[Build from scratch] PzKpfw "Tiger" I

Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by Przemo, Dec 25, 2004.

  1. Przemo

    Przemo Member

    In August I started to stick this model.
    It is excellent position of distance of experienced modellers ( but not only)
    I will try to show many photos and write about problems.
  2. Przemo

    Przemo Member

    I have intention to introduce some new details...For example:support for radiooperator,some hydraulic and electric lines...I will show photos soon.
  3. cmdrted

    cmdrted Active Member

    That has got to be one of the most precise card model builds I've seen. That gearbox is perfect, symetrical clean not a spot on it, very well done sir :!:
  4. Gil

    Gil Active Member

    Must be good at photoshop..., has to be retouched?

    Impressive build. Please keep up the excellent work and photographic reporting.

  5. Przemo

    Przemo Member

    Thank you :D
    Yes, model is retouch by waterpaints.
    More photos
  6. charliec

    charliec Active Member

    Great looking build.

    Have you seen the mentions of the Halinski Tiger in some of the other armour threads? This kit suffers from a problem with the roadwheels and swing arms not being adequately anchored into the hull. I thought I'd mention this in case you want to take remedial action before you build over the torsion bars.


  7. Jim Nunn

    Jim Nunn Member

    Arsenal’s Tiger is an outstanding model and you are doing it justice. I noticed that you started in August sounds about right it took me 11 months to build my Tiger.

    Charlie is correct my model sits on the shelf with all of the bogies (road wheels) falling off the model because the torsion (swing) arms have broken off the hull. You can see one solution to this problem at these sites.

    You have built several fine armor models and perhaps you have another approach to this problem. If you do please show us how you over came this problem, I think my solution is overly complex.

    Jim Nunn
  8. Przemo

    Przemo Member

    You speak truth Jim.Model is behind heavy and rockers bent.Most important thing is to us good glue (giving best joint)I will show solution of this problem soon.Now some photos...
  9. Jim Nunn

    Jim Nunn Member


    The ammo boxes are a nice touch :wink:

    Jim Nunn
  10. Przemo

    Przemo Member

    Thanks Jim :)
    After new year I will show some new photos.
  11. Przemo

    Przemo Member

    New photos...
  12. ulious

    ulious Member

    Looking really nice Przemo.
    Please keep posting the pics.
  13. Przemo

    Przemo Member

    I present you my tracks...
    How it looks?
  14. tino

    tino Member

    Very good, you have one excellent construction.
    I would like to build one Halinski tank but the traks are to much for me.
  15. Tonino

    Tonino Member

    WOW :shock:

    I also was afraid by the amount of work necessary to make the tracks in the "original" Halinsky way...

    Then I saw this photo... Now I AM definitely afraid.

    How much it takes to make one of them... your way?

    That track is another proof of the incredible things a papermodeler can do. This group never stop to amaze me.

    Great work, Przemo.
    This thread is a very "must have" for anyone interested in building the Tiger (me included :wink: )

  16. Gil

    Gil Active Member


    You must where glasses...,

    The treads look like they came off the real Tiger.

    Keep up the beautiful work!

    Best regards, Gil
  17. barry

    barry Active Member

    Looks real is the answer to the question I admire your tenacity.

  18. Jim Nunn

    Jim Nunn Member


    You’re the man the track links are outstanding.

    It looks like you have scratched built or modified the links that were supplied with the model. I thought that the links in the Halinski model were lacking but when I built the model I did not have the software to redraw the links and more importantly I had no idea of how to go about improving the track links.

    Show us how you made the track links. I’m more the curious envious would be a better word.

    Jim Nunn
  19. jrts

    jrts Active Member

    Hi Przemo

    I think you need to do a paper on track building to shows how you came up with this amazing finish :shock: 8)

    Very much looking forward to more on your building methods.

  20. Przemo

    Przemo Member

    Thank you all... 8)
    This secret isHere

    Now I present track link (not the final version) of Panther G tank from Halinski.I will built this tank after Tiger I.

    P.S. What do you think Jim Nunn?More to real...

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