Tanks Thread, 1/35 Panther D Kursk in Automobiles; Newly finished Panther D Kursk. Thanks for any comment to help me to improve my skills :0)...
Last edited by Eddie2004; 08-07-2007 at 04:10.
Welcome to the forums!
The Panther looks wonderfull - just the right amount of weathering too. I like the little bits of chipped paint on the edges of the turret and corners of the plates. Makes for a very realistic looking build!
Any more pictures to post?
Currently can not load more pics. Do not know why. will trying later.
Wow, a beauty. I agree superb weathering with just enough chipped paint effects to be credible and realistic.
If you are asking for suggestions I would only say try some decal techniques. You can see the edges quite clearly which is a shame as they then look like decals as opposed to a painted on ensignia.
Have a play with Micro-Sol and Micro-Set and experiment with some Johnsons Kleer floor polish. Do a search on here we have talked about these things quite a few times. If you get that right the decals will really look painted on and enhance the overall effect tremendously.
“Dirty British coaster with a salt-caked smoke stack, Butting through the Channel in the mad March days"
Turely thanks! Alan and Richard. Great help for me!!!
Last edited by Eddie2004; 09-07-2007 at 12:53.
Welcome to the Forums and Thanks for the Pics, As a Panzer Fan myself, that certainly looks like a very fine model to me. Keep it up and keep the pics coming.