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Panzerzug loco and tender remodelled

Permanent Linkby Spack on Thu Aug 09, 2012 10:57 am

In order to accomodate the Stanier 8F loco and tender that I'm using instead of a BR 57, the loco and tender have had to be adjusted to acommodate the additional length and different wheel positions. I've tried to keep the overall as close as possible, with the armour panel edges at midpoints between axles and the access hatches on the loco centred on the driving wheels.

At the top is the original model, below is the extended version to fit the 8F.

panzerlok57-comparison.jpg


And here are the unfolded versions ready to print.

panzerlok-extended-flat.jpg


Finally a shot of the half train model with the extended loco:

panzerlok-extended-half-train.jpg
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About Me: I've been interested in Warhammer 40k since 1988 when I bought my first Space Marines. Over the years have also owned and played Space Hulk, Adeptus Titanicus, Space Marine/Epic 40k, Blood Bowl, WHFRP (1st ed), Judge Dredd, Aeronautica Imperialis, and a few other TT/RP games.

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