Patrick's Dragon Jagdpanzer A-O

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Sorry not been in on this one much but you're putting some great work into this Patrick it's looking very good indeed
 
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That's the way to do it.  You can always add more, 'though I don't think this needs more, it looks great, but you cannot take it away.
 

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I like the light chipping.


Did you use a sponge?
 

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Nice work Patrick and some great chipping 
 

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I like the light chipping.


Did you use a sponge?
Yes I did! It's quick & fairly easy that way - I'll do a touch more with a fine brush once I've done some streaking with oils.
 

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looking great Patrick,do real like your camo,and the liter tone over all to it,


real shows your pin washers and lite chipping,realliking it,very well done so far, :smiling3:
 

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looking great Patrick,do real like your camo,and the liter tone over all to it,


real shows your pin washers and lite chipping,realliking it,very well done so far, :smiling3:
Thank you Monica :smiling3:
 

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A very good job here! I like to watch it! I will spend some more time  studying your techniques.
 

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Got the tools painted & fitted


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And added the schürzen brackets & the schürzen themselves. A note to John & Tommy who are building much the same kit; the brackets are fiddly to fit. Be methodical & work from one end to the other. This makes it much easier to keep the brackets correctly orientated - guess how I know  :$


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Just a few bits left to do & some final weathering.


Thanks for looking in
 

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You've put a lot of great work into this Patrick.


And it's looking great.
 
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I've got the wheels on & the tracks done. They were a real PITA & fought me all the way, but I won in the end (not without a fair amount of cursing!)


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I'll add some pigments to them before I join the upper & lower hull sections.


I've also made up the brass schürzen. Lots of fiddly bending & gluing of the retaining brackets.


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Eek! Fine looking work Patrick, how you manage with those really tiny parts defeats me!
 

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Eek! Fine looking work Patrick, how you manage with those really tiny parts defeats me!
John it would be so much easier with a proper pe hold & fold tool, rather than my collection of tweezers! But thank you! :smiling3:
 

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this is looking superb Patrick,,do like the finer detail,,with this kik,like the front gun,and the shirts,very well done so far, :smiling3:
 
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