Panzer 35(t) – Photo gallery

The assembling of this model of German Panzer 35(t) has been quick and its weathering funny. Here’s the photo gallery of my work.

I built my 14th model, a German Panzer 35(t) light tank produced in Czechoslovakia, in September-November 2015. I wanted to stage it in the first phase of the Second World War.

Panzer 35(t) – Painting and weathering

The plain surfaces and the solid camo of this German Panzer 35(t) gave me a lot of ideas for its painting and weathering phases.

The making of this Panzer 35(t) light tank has been quick and easy, and I had fun with the painting and the weathering too. For the first time, moreover, I painted a miniature.

German soldiers on a Panzer 35(t). Russia, October 1941.

Panzer 35(t) – History

History of Panzer 35(t), a light tank designed in Czechoslovakia but used by the German army during the Second World War.

I’ll tell you a bit about the history of the light tank Panzer 35(t), or Pz.Kpfw. 35(t), as it was commonly known the Panzerkampfwagen 35(t). Designed in Czechoslovakia, it was used in the initial stages of the Second World War by the German army.