This little baby is a the size of a large postage stamp sitting in the palm of your hand (based on a 30mm x 30mm stand):
The "group" photo of five together (see below):
Checking out the different lighting options on the camera, this one "flashed" (must have been from an incoming AT round at dusk):
Another "flash" this time side on (see below):
A close-up group photo, back without the "flash" setting. I think they look quite businesslike (see below):
So end'eth a batch of GHQ madness, trouble is they have SO much detail in something quite crazily small. I am exhausted doing these five! Do I need to put crosses and numbers on them while I have any eyesight left?
I aqcuired the GHQ models as a gift from someone who had dabbled at WWII micro-armour at my local club and then moved off into 15mm WWII instead. The GHQ models thus came painted and partly painted hence the lack of a brown strip at the back to write the unit designation on. Also as you can see by the pictures the 1/285 scale is just slightly bigger and thus fills the 30mm x 30mm (Spearhead) base more, making it difficult to fit one on. Hence each Pz IV H carries a little mystery as to "who" it really is. (Did someone at the back say re-base? ... Shoot that man, woman or child!)