Sunday, 28 March 2010

Welcome to Panzers in Scale.

As they say; "Mighty oaks from little acorns grow."

With this web page I hope to create a repository of my 1/35 scale models and a friendly environment where likeminded modellers can talk over aspects of our hobby in a welcoming environment.

If you have a passion for Panzers and a sense of fun; welcome aboard - we're in for a great time!

I would be delighted to hear from you, so don't be shy; post a comment!

Bill Hazard
March 2010


  1. Hi Mon Capitain :)
    Good to see you starting one of these mate - I look forward to seeing more.


  2. Someone left the gate open and he escaped!!:D

    Nice one Bill. Looking forward to seeing more and more.


  3. Well this took long enough Bill! Lol ...Who could not resist the opportunity of a sneaky peek into the thundering depths of your Vulcan's Panzer Workshop? ...And mighty fine stuff you have pouring from the much beaten crucible! Marvellous stuff Herr Panzer Meister!
    Knowing your penchant for playing with the language of the 'Dead Metaphor' I am certainly glad you did not call the blog Panzer's In Scale Solutions!!! Sorry forgive me Bill, I shall behave in future...

    Fantastic site Bill, Cheers Phil.

  4. Welcome one & all!

    As you might ascertain I am still learning this website lark - please feel free to post a comment - whether it be a question or critical point I would love to hear from you.

    Great to have some Old Skool moggellers on board!


  5. Hello,

    great Work!!!

    The Tiger tanks looks all very well.

    Could you please say from which Company the Afrika-Tiger Stowage bin is?
    Is it a Resin part?
    Or from the Tamiya Afrika-Tiger kit?

    I hope we see more excellent Tigers in the Future!

    Cheers Dominic

  6. Hello Dominic; I have used both the Tamiya styrene part on one build and (later) the Voyager Model PE Gepack Kasten for Afrika Troop.

    I can't recommend the Voyager Model piece highly enough.

    Thanks for looking!