Not only 2 brackets per hook, but they're also slightly different sizes! My eyes are tired\ said:very nice weathering on the lower hull,the tracks look nice as well
like the colors you have used,
the brass schürzen,do look real good,but oh my 2 brackets for each hook,
great progress will be waiting for the next, :D
This jagdpanzer IV is really coming on. I've gotta say you very nearly tempted me into joining this group - it's a great subject.
Your build is looking real nice, clean build and nice etch schurzen - it'll really look the biz when complete.
with regard to the camo paint colours, for me the red brown look ok but the green looks a little on the light side -the dunkelgelb also looks a little dark and a little too pink (but that maybe lighting. Either way I wouldn't worry too much - weathering and fading will alter colours considerably anyway.
I've got a Dragon jagdpanzer IV L48 in the stash that I bought to complete as part of my 2nd SS Arnhem collection (a few did operate between Arnhem and Nijmegen). It's a kit from the same era as yours, I believe the only difference being the curved glacis sides. The Arnhem vehicles would have had Zimm applied so thats my plan for this vehicle.
This is looking really great Patrick and I look forward seeing it progress.
All the best
If I can finish the 2 DR1s I've been on with (seemingly forever now, although i think I've broken the back of the work now) I may just take you up on the offer and try and squeeze in a quick(ish) build. I'm building quite a few kits simultaneously at the mo but a couple are nearing completion and now that I have my work area sorted things should start to speed up a bit.You should join in, you've got uuntil December
Thanks Graham I always think the painting process is rather a leap of faith; things don't look quite right until its almost finished.Really coming on Patrick. Those Mig paints look better when weathered, in fact they are designed to be weathered and look too 'raw' on first spraying. Keep it up, this is a real cracker.