Discussion in 'Summer 2010 Group Build Under Construction' started by Carrie, Jul 18, 2010.
photo etch and barrel, makes it a bit more special. Don't worry about a diorama, it is not compulsory if you would rather not. Feel free to have as many "freely given" kits from his stash as ya want, he will never build them all anyway ;-)
Says he who ain't entered the GB yet! Just another 2-3 days left at work to get everything finished then you'll have my undivided attention folks!
Have fun, John
Good Panzer III kit with a great colour scheme and interesting decals, the PE & metal barrel just top it off nicely.
I wouldn't worry about any dio if I were you as this should build into a fine model in it's own right. If you wanted to add a bit more interest perhaps you could add a few German tank riders? This is merely a suggestion and is in no way compulsory!
Something like these fellas...
Anyway, nice to have you aboard and all the best with the build.
Now this will be interesting as Ive one of those in my stash. Looking forward to seeing more.
All the best Ade
Very best of luck with the build and don't take any notice of him. You build it your way, O.K.?
My progress so far
This is my progress so far with the GB, hope you like it.
Scott had better watch his back, you're getting mighty good at this modelling lark!
Hi all this is just an update on my progress so far with the group build, i have had a couple of lessons from scott with the air brush and with some supervision i have comleted the main paint work, there are a few touch ups needing done and all the weathering is still to do. The camouflage is finished and i have given the whole tank a very light misty spray of flat earth tamiya paint, i hope you like what i have done so far.
Well done! The finish is real quality. The 3 tone camo is bang on.
I gotta ask. Are those the original 'rubber band' tracks? If so, how did you get them to 'sag' so realistically?
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