1/35 Atlantikwall Bunker

Bunker type 667 for a 50mm KWK L/42 gun

This i my first ever attempt making a bunker made out of Formstein,
It is alot more work than making a formwork bunker ( my other bunkers)
There is still room for improvement.

Formstein,
Hollow concrete block, in which concrete and rebar was poured /placed…so no need to make a formwork out of wood .








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Another great looking bunker. :+1:

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The exterior effect you get on all your bunkers is phenomenal… They are perfect miniatures. Brilliant

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Great bunker , I have not seen this style done before did you find the measurements in the Osprey publications or
online ?

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I like the style of the bunker and the realistic painting. good job

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That is just great! Super realistic texture on those walls :+1:

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Thanks guys !
Tank_18,Johnnych01,bootneck,Micke_MM and bwilt.

Bootneck,
No, not from an Osprey book,
I have the dimensions from my large bunker book collection,

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Laid down some camouflage , with a Tamiya Black paint marker (way easier than with a brush)




Difficult to exactly copy the pattern,
But i am very happy with the result (it looks like it )
4t4t

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Aces Piet !!!
I’ve used the markers before , along with some stain markers and paint pens . They have their uses !!!

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Very, very good :smiley

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What kind of materials did you use for this great build??

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Lovely

Mal

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BEAUTIFUL Maarten.

But why would the block be popping out randomly like that?

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Model Plaster voor concrete and plastic for the steel parts.

Otherwise it looks too smooth in this scale with some paint on it it looks good …(me think)
Here with some battle damage not seen on the original bunker (in picture)
like i stated b efore ,it is my first Formstein bunker so this is in a way a test bunker,

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War wearied - even better

Mal

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This one snuck under my radar Piet, I always enjoy following your ‘bunker-builds’ when I spot them, especially as your work is outstanding, and this one is no exception, :+1: :slightly_smiling_face:.

I’m tempted to have a go in 1/72nd scale, but struggle to find book(s) or sites that give all the details and especially the dimensions, do you have any recommendations?

G, :beer:

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Thanks G,
It Must have been the camouflage.

Here you will find some really nice Bunker drawings with all the dimension jou need.
link:

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