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German Sturmgeschütz III's during Ardennes Offensive 1944
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Various pictures of my Sturmgeschütz III collection during the Ardennes offensive in 1944.
About this creation


Before you all say the Sturmgeschutz is too wide. Please look at a picture of a REAL one



http://www.achtungpanzer.com/images/stug_1.jpg




This is probably one of my favorite pictures. I left it out in light snow for an hour, dusted off some of the snow, added the minfigs and took the pic.




Two stugs out on patrol

























Comments

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  July 15, 2009
like how you put snow on the tanks
Aaron Morse
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Elite Marshal : RC - 1313 "Daro" Skirata
  May 16, 2009
Very nice build!! and u know what is cooler than 4 of these? 2 of these and a King Tiger and a Half track!!! you should be able to make those, and with ur level of expertise, they should be awesome!!
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  May 16, 2009
Already have a King Tiger ;-) http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/97049
Quoting Elite Marshal : RC - 1313 "Daro" Skirata Very nice build!! and u know what is cooler than 4 of these? 2 of these and a King Tiger and a Half track!!! you should be able to make those, and with ur level of expertise, they should be awesome!!
 I made it 
  March 22, 2009
Quoting josh dempsey Now, this is cooool! how many troops can it hold, they look so great and the snow makes it look even better. your friend Josh
Can usually hold about 8-10 troops. Thanks for the comments everyone
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  February 4, 2009
Amazing Job! The Stug's look great and the snow adds a great realism effect. I love it!
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  February 3, 2009
Quoting caleb eckerman THATS SWEET where did you get it and the men
Made the Assault Gun myself, the helmets for the minifigs came from www.brickforge.com
  February 1, 2009
THATS SWEET where did you get it and the men
 I made it 
  January 21, 2009
Quoting Joseph Menz I think you perfectly captured what a Strum III looked like. I wonder if a cammo pattern is possible
Doing a desert tan color variety for a North Africa Diorama possibly for BrickWorld 09
 I like it 
  January 21, 2009
I think you perfectly captured what a Strum III looked like. I wonder if a cammo pattern is possible
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  January 13, 2009
Thanks for the comment on my Tiger tank! This creation is awesome, and looks even better with the added snow effects! Very cool.
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  January 7, 2009
Simply incredible... keep up the good work! Hey, if you are interested in the Spanish Civil War (there are very few creations on that conflict as compared to MOCs on WWII), I believe you might make very good MOCs! Freedom!
Aaron Morse
Daniel Smith
  January 2, 2009
That is awesome! lovin' it.
Aaron Morse
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Elite Commander CC-7576
  December 21, 2008
I like them very much, but with a little bit ore SNOTy looking they would be realy fantastic.
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  December 21, 2008
Needs more closeup shots. Otherwise, it looks very well constructed. Maybe a slight bit too wide. Also, are those little armory figs?
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  December 21, 2008
Very nice! I really like how you put it in the snow to make it more realistic.
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  December 20, 2008
Pretty nice model, but the front needs to be a bit more rounded. Also needs some more close up views of different angles. And some strange trees... :)
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  December 20, 2008
From what I can see, it's a very nice tanky-thing.
 
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