Here, all parts I identify... It's not much !!!
1 - 4 - 6 : M60 A2 Tamiya 1/35
2 : gepard flakpanzer 1/35 Tamiya
3 : SDKFZ 232 1/35 Tamiya
5 : SDKZZ 223 1/35 Tamiya
1 : SDKFZ 232 1/35 Tamiya
2 : SDKFZ 232 ?
1 - 2 : Gepard flakpanzer 1/35 Tamiya
1 : Kettenkrad 1/9 ?
1 : SDKFZ 223 1/35 Tamiya
2 : SDKFZ 232 1/35 Tamiya
Congratulations on such an achievement. It's a beautiful model.
OMG Leukrix - those are fantastic shots! And thanks for putting up the parts maps (is that the actual studio model?) Did you go for all-accurate parts on yours? I still think you're not human - I couldn't imagine how you could come up with something like this in so short a period. It's a feat worthy of the Guiness Book of World Records.
Holy Moly, what an incredible build!
What everybody else wrote and then some ...times 10..
damn this really is jawbreaking building..thumbs up m8
cant wait to see more of your work..
I think a lot of those flat cylindrical parts are diesel locomotive fans, a model railroad accessory. That is a guess, but they look quite close.
Awesome job ID-ing those kit parts, by the way.
Don't think I've ever seen a studio scale Sulaco - not even online. The big ones are about half this size.
THANKS for all the extra pics. I nearly wet myself. This really is a masterpiece!
Wow, this build is absolutely stunning... you could easily use this for filming some sweet space scenes! Fantastic work!
Beautiful job. I especially like the paint variations. Well done!
I believe Sgt. Apone would say something akin to "Absolutely Badass!"
If that's true, then I'd agree 100%. Phenomenal job.
Excellent build, So what size is studio scale. Ive heard 5 feet, 5.5, 6. This one is about 8 feet. Anyone know?
I think you're right, the studio scale / screen used Sulaco model is around 6' long.
truly awe inspiring