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Carius

Panther with Flakrakete Rheintochter RIIa

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Hi, these are only test photos about my Dragon Ausf.G Early version with Custom Scale 35035 Flakrakete Rheintochter IIa Resin Conversion, but with superdetalling and scratchbuild parts on sidewalls, including full telemetry system (thanks to Münster Panzer Museum - references plants, diagrams and additional information). I am going to start the weathering now... 

 

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Bellow: Bachem Ba 349 Natter, me and Reintochter in Deutsch Museum (Munich)...

 

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Overall view, in the foreground one fantastic Me 262 Schwalbe and Me 163 Komet, rheintochter on the right:

 

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Surprising subject, how quiet you had it ... lol, I had not seen anything until now, as always a top-notch job, it must have been difficult to make the straight marks on the surface of the Panther ...:popcorn:

Cheers Cesar :yes:

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:lol: thanks. To make the camo on the Panther it was very simple in reality Francis. I used only a brush and a tape, not an airbrush, because in this case the zimmeritt favors the job with a flat brush.

Cheers :cheers:

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Very interesting project. Rocket looks very good, now time to finish the Panther.

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Well Kris, the weathering first step is applied with only washes on the hull until the results please me: 

 

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This looks superb

 

Love the subject , paintwork amd the weathering.

Enough said

 

Cheers

 

Keith

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I thank your kind words Keith.

 

Cheers from Brazil.

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