Big Red’s 1/35 Tamiya Panther Ausf A

Si Benson

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Hi Jim,
Nice work getting everything together....looking very nice indeed :thumb2:
 

SimonT

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Wildly inaccurate kit but cheap as chips and capable of providing fun for all at whatever level you want

I sliced and diced mine into bits and went for the full rebuild - could have just bought a Dragon but where is the fun in that?
 

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I like the paintjob, looks very nice ;)
Cheers
 
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Thanks for the kind words gents, much appreciated.

I’m not sure I’m quite ready to slice and dice yet Si, but I’m remembering long forgotten skills and learning new ones with each build. As the confidence increases who knows what I may be capable of

Added a few pin washes tonight and chipping is next, but can anyone help me? Should the chipping be red oxide primer, bare metal or a combination of the two? Any suggestions would be useful.

Cheers, Jim
 
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