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AgentG

DML Panzerbefehlswagen III J

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This will ultimately be a Regimental command tank of Pz Rgt 8 in Tunisia. 

 

Sandbags are "Green Stuff" putty which I used for the first time. I like the results. Track link armor is from my spares box. I formed these on the kit using plastic sandwich wrap to prevent sticking. They will be painted separately, then mounted permanently. 

 

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I also scratch built a stowage box from sheet plastic. It will be mounted on the engine deck similar to earlier command tanks. 

 

G

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You're doing a great job G . Coming along very nicely .

Duro or "Green stuff " isn't easy to work with but you look like you've been using it for years .

The sand bags have a great realistic sag to them .

Great job Sir !

 

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Here are some pre-primer shots showing all the addons I scratch built.

 

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G

 

 

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Some paint progress. MMP acrylic with details painted in Vallejo.

 

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G

 

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Very nice scratch work and paint looks great . Nice job .

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Aye up G

 

Another prober job in the making. Paint looks brilliant as do the scratch details.

 

Regards

 

Steve

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Posted (edited)

Great paint job indeed :popcorn:

Edited by Carius

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Looks nice with paint, with tracks and some weathering looks better sure...:popcorn:

Cheers mate :D

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