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Old 11-06-2006, 02:30 PM
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Panther G Early

Like I mentioned in my other post, I'm just starting to post here so I thought I'd share a few completed models with you guys. If you are a regular on ML you've already seen this one but if not, here you go. As always, I'd love to hear your thoughs both good and bad. Tamiya kit with aber pe, aluminum barrel, cav zimm, friul trax.
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Old 11-06-2006, 02:43 PM
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As I mentioned in your K2 post, your painting and weathering really is amazing. It'd be a shame not to see it on that big kitty.

You are definitely going to fit in here at PA with all that PE work.
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The weathering looks real good to me.

If you like Panthers and Pz Is you will fit right in.

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Old 11-06-2006, 08:39 PM
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Wow...Amazing I like the "Mud" on the wheel...how you make it?
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Old 11-06-2006, 08:40 PM
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Yup, with two Panthers and a T2, you are going to fit right in.

Oh..nice Panther by the way

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This is the "old" way that I used to do it. You apply a mixture of sand, grass, dirt and white glue and mix it up and apply it to where you want it. Then you sprinkle on some more sand to give it texture since the glue will dry smooth if you don't. airbrush it dark, wash it, light drybrush and there you go. I have since changed to doing it all after painting but this works too.
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Very nice Chad, all you've posted here looks great (I can't wait to see you do a Pkw I/A ).
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Old 11-08-2006, 07:03 AM
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This is the "old" way that I used to do it. You apply a mixture of sand, grass, dirt and white glue and mix it up and apply it to where you want it. Then you sprinkle on some more sand to give it texture since the glue will dry smooth if you don't. airbrush it dark, wash it, light drybrush and there you go. I have since changed to doing it all after painting but this works too.
Sometime...I still love the "OLD" way...it looks real!!!
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Very Impressive!! Nice Job!! Congrats!

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Great paint job, and the figure looks very impresive!!
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