Completed!.........JagdPanther Revell 1/72

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I've built one of these - although mine is languishing in a drawer somewhere until I decide what to do with it!


Watch for the rear hatch fixings, mine was a proper PITA!
 
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I've never built a revell kit before, they seem quite nice. Are the top hatches aftermarket?
 

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I've never built a revell kit before, they seem quite nice. Are the top hatches aftermarket?
some revell kits are very very nice


no, they were on the same sprue as the tracks and that got a coat of primer as im going to paint them on the sprue, thats why they are white
 

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Just seen this one Paul very nice start
 

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nice start Paul,and good progress ,do like this one ;)
 

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Always loved the Panthers - never built a 1/72 scale model in my life.- think 1/35 is too small! - amazing how well you guys pull it off ! ;)
 

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some progress


its looks shiney cos its had a coat of varnish ready for a black wash.........paint didnt come out as neat as i would have liked but once its had a wash to tone it all done and all the greeblies have been attached to the sides it should be ok


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looking good Paul,as you said once it has a couple of washer will all settle in ;)
 

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thanks to work commitments ive not done much the last few days but ive made a lot of progress today


its had a dark wash and a couple of coats of matt varnish to tone it all own


tracks are on.....not impressed to be honest, pain in the posterior to fit......my plan wasnt to weather this much but to hide the dodgy tracks im going splogde some mud around....which is the next step


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and finished! thoroughly enjoyed doing this, always like braille scale armour


gave it a MiG mud slurry wash, brushed off to get a dusty look down the sides, then used some citedel made textured stuff called 'stirling mud' which gives a wet mud look, helped hide the dodgy tacks.


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