At Triples last year Caliver books were doing a 'five boxes of PSC for the price of four' deal, and for my extra box I picked up a box of 15mm Stugs. There are five in a box, and they can be made up into a range of F or G models.
Some enterprising gamers have converted the Fs into earlier models, but I have no need for early war 15mm Stugs as yet as my 15mm Germans are predominantly late war, so I made them up as Gs to supplement my Peter Pig Stug III Gs.
|PSC 15mm Stugs (all made up as Gs)|
|Stug III G (early) with boxy mantlet, one with and one without side skirts.|
|Stug III G (late) with Saukopf, remote MG etc.|
|StuH 105mm, just in case and particularly tough bunkers are encountered!|
They all went together nicely, with the usual PSC caveat about the tracks fitting one, and only one, way on the running gear. Once you've done a couple it becomes very obvious which way round they go. The finished models 'sit' very well despite their light weight compared to metal ones. I really liked the sideskirts on these, went on easily and looked great. The panel lines are also well etched for a plastic kit and take a wash well.
The vehicles were all finished dunkelgelb/green/brown camo with a dark brown inkwash with extra mud and a light overall drybrush of pale tan. The ink/mud/dust helps blend the camo into a single mass of 'dirty greeny brown' as one veteran described how their vehicles actually looked. Decals are Skytrex/Command Decision.