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Hi Everyone,

 

Here is my 1/35 Trumpeter E-100 Jagdpanzer. This build was inspired by a E-75 Eber I saw wearing the same camo scheme and I wanted to have my own paper panzer in my collection. 

 

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Kit: Trumpeter 1/35 E-100 Jagdpanzer.

Modifications: ET MG 42 Infa Red Targeting system.

Figure: 1/35 Warriors SS Panzer crew.

Paint: Personal mix of Tamiya acrylics.

Weathering:  AK Interactive Enamel washes and Newton and Winsor Oils.

Inspiration : The work of Kristof Pulinckx

 

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Nice - I like the urban camo :) That gun is insane! :lol:

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Excellent work, a beast!, Having entered into action, it would have been a headache for the allies! I like it a lot. :goodjob:

Cheers Tango 1 :yes:

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Thank you Francis! :winkgrin:

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Superb weathering, lovely camo scheme, fantastic figure-painting, very interesting paper panzer. What's the effective thickness of that that frontal armour? 3ft? 

 

BTW, If I'd been driving it I'd have put something very heavy at the rear, or I'd have worried about it taking a nose-dive. :D

 

Rearguards,

Badder

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16 minutes ago, Badder said:

BTW, If I'd been driving it I'd have put something very heavy at the rear, or I'd have worried about it taking a nose-dive. :D

Just fire the gun if it starts to nose-dive.  Instant view of the sky! :frantic:

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34 minutes ago, Badder said:

Superb weathering, lovely camo scheme, fantastic figure-painting, very interesting paper panzer. What's the effective thickness of that that frontal armour? 3ft? 

 

BTW, If I'd been driving it I'd have put something very heavy at the rear, or I'd have worried about it taking a nose-dive. :D

 

Rearguards,

Badder

Cheers Badder, the first prototype was never completed but I've read somewhere that the armour was just under two feet on the proposed design. A lot of tank heads call it a bad design, but I have to admit I think it looks so purposeful I love it! 

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9 minutes ago, Tango 1 said:

, the first prototype was never completed but I've read somewhere that the armour was just under two feet on the proposed design. A lot of tank heads call it a bad design, but I have to admit I think it looks so purposeful I love it! 

Dunno what the German equivalent is, but I'd have named it 'The Narwhal.'

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It's a whopper you would not want to see that coming at you in a Sherman nice model well built and finished. :clap:

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That really is superb!! Very impressive modelling all round! :worthy:

Kind regards,

Stix

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Impressive, very very impressive. Amazing looking afv, superb model the quality of the finish just shines out! 

Never been tempted by a "wif" before but.......:clap2:

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Thanks guys. Much appreciated. :winkgrin:

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Fantastic painting and weathering. 

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Great work, love the blue scheme, what a big old unit

Glynn 

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Great work & very well weathered. Commander looks good too. 

 

Just as as well it never got further than the drawing board. 

 

Pete

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Thanks guys, much appreciated. 

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