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Panther G Spat im Krieg / Academy /
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DaneBramage 
Czołgista / Tankman

Joined: 08 Oct 2009
Location: Alabama. USA
Posted: 24 September 2011, 21:10   Panther G Spat im Krieg / Academy /

1/25 scale Academy Kit with Aber PE Tamiya and MM Acrylics.




































English is my Primary language. Apologies for poor German Grammar. I speak eine bischen Deutsch....
Last edited by PITERPANZER on 24 September 2011, 22:41; edited 1 time in total  
 
   
PITERPANZER 
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Age: 53
Joined: 27 Oct 2006
Location: Gdańsk.PL
Posted: 24 September 2011, 22:59   

Hello Dane.
Great Panther, especially this difficult camo . I have done my Academy panther few year ago, and I have lots of fun .
If I can , I have some comments about panther .At first You should paint metal rimms on internal road wheels.

The same idler


Elevator on the rear plate is upside down ;) . The tracks needs a little metalizer and all tank some weathering and wash please . All I wrote here is a last touch and panther will look really "at war" .

P.S. You can write here english or german , as You wish. By the way , if You mean " at war" it`s in german " in den Krieg " .
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DaneBramage 
Czołgista / Tankman

Joined: 08 Oct 2009
Location: Alabama. USA
Posted: 25 September 2011, 07:04   

Oh yes!!! I see the steel would be worn through the paint!! Thanks!!
 
   
DaneBramage 
Czołgista / Tankman

Joined: 08 Oct 2009
Location: Alabama. USA
Posted: 25 September 2011, 07:09   

The objective of this build was also to get the camo right!! I was very happy with it. Elevator= "Jack"? Actually I saw one like that on a picture of a Jagdpanther in a museum. I cannot remember where. Now I am saving all of my reference pictures on HDD and bookmark ;)
 
   
PITERPANZER 
Site Admin


Age: 53
Joined: 27 Oct 2006
Location: Gdańsk.PL
Posted: 25 September 2011, 10:52   

Hi!
You `re right , correct word is jack ,but I can remember at the moment when I wrote answer.
Never believe museum until the end. They make more mistakes then modelers,we based on historical pics. The panther has special shell and there stays jack.At the top was fastened .

So,here we help one another ;)
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DaneBramage 
Czołgista / Tankman

Joined: 08 Oct 2009
Location: Alabama. USA
Posted: 25 September 2011, 20:17   

Awesome Thank You!!
 
   
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