There's quite a mix of models here. Hasegawa make up the bulk of them, but there are also Revell, Trumpeter and pre-painted Dragon models (which ones these are will probably be quite obvious, given that they are so much better painted than my own).
Sadly, despite youtube videos on how to do late-war German camo making it seem like a piece of cake, there is something of a glaring quality gap here between the idea and its plastic incarnations...
Anyhoo, we'll be right for a game, and that's the main thing.
There are still a few more things to touch up on these, but we're almost there.
I made a couple of 1/72 models in my youth but never painted them, so these are actually my first crack at doing armour in this scale. I can now begin to understand why people want to use airbrushes.
I've actually really enjoyed the change, but I have a lot to learn before I'll be able to churn out models at a standard I'm happy with.
So there are a few things to tidy up and then it's on to making some terrain.