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sampanzer

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About sampanzer

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  • Birthday 06/10/1969

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    Sandhurst
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    Football <br />History<br />Reading

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  1. I think it looks fantastic.
  2. This looks fantastic, brilliant finish to one of my favourite vehicles. Its not an Ausf H though, that had a different fighting compartment and gun - you have a brilliant model of a marder III 7.62cm Pak 36(r) - Russian gun on the 38(t) chassis gob smacking finish for the scale
  3. Thats ok, I am trying to deal with older age now I am past 50 and forgetful..!!
  4. I would like to join this please, i have a Bf 110 to add to the party
  5. I think I would like to be involved in this one too please
  6. I would like to be included in this one please!
  7. sampanzer

    Sandy finish

    You don't say how much you paid, or the make of your airbrush, but in my experience it is worth spending on a good brand, its a long term investment and will be worth the extra £'s spent. Also, watch some 'how to' videos on you tube. there are lots out there and cover airbrushing in various types of paint, and some its really worth watching, MIG for example airbrush much differently to tamiya. Airbrushing is a skill and takes a long time to master, I am always apprehensive when i get the airbrush out, I don't paint often enough and its like starting as a beginner most times!!Half hour later I am comfortable enough to paint the model! Work on it and save up for an Iwata or Harder & Steenbeck airbrush, it will be worth it!
  8. If you mean the short post with a ring on the top, I believe it is a device to aid sighting the hull machine gun by the driver. It could be folded down if not required and if you look at pictures of command vehicles without a hull machine gun then the post is not there at all. I have a bit of a thing for the 38(t) and all the various variants built on the chassis, probably could call it an obsession!!
  9. Hand made and painted by Jay Boyle. Came over from Cyprus for the weekend. You can find him on facebook JB Miniatures
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