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Old 07-12-2008, 08:56 AM
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Cheers Guys

the Bricks are from Hudson and Allen i have had them in my stash for 8 years and decided to finally use them they are made from cork .

I will do some more work to the Jagd once i get the base done , i reckon i will use oils to blend and dusty up the whole lot the Dunkelgelb colour i used is from Lifecolour but i have used a touch of blue oils during the filters which may be throwing the green tinge in .

Thanks for the Comments i will take them on board and keep going .

thanks Guys .

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Old 07-14-2008, 03:59 AM
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Excellent (but late) work dude.

I expect we'll see this at the W&T comp next year.

Not such an oldy, but a goody. "Pepper" by Butthole Surfers.
..and is that really Tommy Lee Jones in the car at the start???

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Old 07-15-2008, 07:04 AM
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Top job Plushy!!!!

The zimm is ace. I find Jagdpanthers very difficult to make cool looking but yours looks way cool!
The base with the cobbles are spot on with the way you have exposed them and the slight curvature makes them very realistic.
I love this whole scene - i think you are about to make a large leap in your level of modelling.
great work.
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Old 07-15-2008, 08:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Panzergrenadier View Post
I like the general look of it.
Is it just me or is the color a bit too green?
I think the tone could be due to the lighting.

I like the look on this one. Often is difficult to paint large vehicles such as this one in one color tone and keep the interesting. You’ve managed to do just that by adding details such as the new mudguard.

I noticed you added a few tree branches by the fender and rear deck. Do you plan to add more tree branches on the tank?



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