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Hi !

 

Thanks to the confinement, which lasted a little more than two months in Paris, I was able, in addition to producing new kits, to finish old achievements, including this Hetzer of an unknown unit in late 1944 which lacked only the figurines. It took me two days of workshop to finish this

 

The objective of the composition is to convey the disorientation, distress and the dark aspect of the defeat (hence the divergent axes of direction of the figurines and the general tones used)

 

Hope you’ll like it ;)

 

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See you !

Fabrice

https://www.facebook.com/Fabrice-Simon-104518141316306

 

 

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Welcome Fabrice. Your Jagd38 is superb and the composition, too. What did you use to paint tanker?

Ciao

Filippo

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57 minutes ago, Phil1960 said:

Welcome Fabrice. Your Jagd38 is superb and the composition, too. What did you use to paint tanker?

Ciao

Filippo

vallero paints. 1st second and third generation 😉

52 minutes ago, Andimal said:

This is a masterpiece.

Thx a lot !

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  Very nice! I am mostly an aircraft modeler but for some reason I have an affinity for the Hetzer.  Especially this particular paint scheme you have chosen.

I have a 1/48 Tamiya that needs painting and a Dragon 1/35 that needs building. Your figures and photography are great too. Welcome to the site!

 

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That is an excellent piece of work. The model, the figures and the layout, all first class. Nice one.

 

John.

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Superb! The Hetzer, figures, groundwork and composition are excellent. Superb modelling, so much detail and atmosphere. 

 

Great work, I look forward to seeing more of your creations.

 

Cheers

Darryl 

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Excellent work. Your Hetzer looks simply fantastic, great painting and weathering job, also nice photography

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Another display of excellent modelling skills Fabrice and nicely presented.

 

Wayne

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The muzzle definition on that presumably Aber (?) metal barrel sets off the vignette nicely. Long barrels without huge muzzle brakes are such eye magnets, particularly on models with cleaner aesthetic lines like the Hetzer,  Su-85 & Su-100. Nice work.

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Hi my friend !  :winkgrin:

It's a joy to have you posting on BM .

Don't be shy and dare sharing your other jewels with us .

 

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Thats a nice bit of modelling there......lovely all round ....big thumbs up that deserves..:yes:

 

Regards

Simon.

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Hi!

Excellent work. Probably the best Hetzer I've seen. 

Would have liked more close up pics, but well...

Great work on the figures as well. 

I love this kind of small dios. Gives a minimalist story, and who needs more?

Ciao

IWIk

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Lovely work on both Hetzer & figures. An atmospheric little dio.

 

Pete

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Fab scene - model, figures and groundwork are all of the highest quality.

One to be proud of B)

Rob

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Well done. Camo colours are fabulous - not to juicy. 

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