When collecting a force I especially like the models which are very typical and special for the force I paint. The hungarian army fielded some very individual models, one of them is the Nimrod, although it is an original swedish design built in licence in Hungary. However there the unique hungarian mixture is very interesting, therefore I startet with the Flak tank.
Having airbrushed the hungarian Stukas gave me the skills to airbrush these tiny tank models. They came out really excellent. I produced my own decals using decal printing paper and a color printer.
The camo scheme is typical hungarian with three colors. I used exactly those mentioned in the Flames of War publications considering the Eastern Front: Reflective Green,
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