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Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 14 Jul 2011 14:51 #1

Hello again,
here are some pictures of my current project. It is based on a post-wartime pic of a Panther in a Russian collection dump.
I decided to make a vignette around this particular Panther, which was a most likely a Daimler Benz ride produced in around MArch/April 1945.
It's the DML kit with some Tiger Model resin replacements.
Thanks for looking!
Cheers
Sven







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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 14 Jul 2011 15:14 #2

Awesome. I really like the paint scheme and the primer where the box is missing is an excellent touch. Looking forward to seeing your magic as this build unfolds.
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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 14 Jul 2011 15:35 #3

I'm with James I love the paint. :thumbsup

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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 14 Jul 2011 16:43 #4

yeah! that's already great looking!
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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 14 Jul 2011 18:50 #5

SVEN,

Lookin' Hot !! The Camo ROX :rockon , Th Banged-up Feel of it !

Lookin' forward to seein' it weathered !

:drinks


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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 15 Jul 2011 03:46 #6

Sven Excellent work! B)


All the best!
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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 15 Jul 2011 16:08 #7

Most excellent, indeed! :rockon
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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 15 Jul 2011 22:34 #8

:thumbsup :notworthy: Sven, AWESOME!!!!!!!
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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 15 Jul 2011 22:42 #9

Sven_Frisch wrote:
It's the DML kit with some Tiger Model resin replacements.

Excellent work Sven,

What replacement parts did you use?

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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 16 Jul 2011 09:21 #10

Thanks everybody,

The TMD replacements were the turret rear plate, the crew heater, the engine deck and the gun mantled. All of them are very nice in detail and highly recommended. Have a good weekend everybody
Sven
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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 16 Jul 2011 09:26 #11

Hi Sven,

That' a most stunning build of one of my favorite tanks ! I really like the camo scheme , may I ask which colors you

used, they look really fantastic ! :thumbsup :thumbsup

Looking forward to the next stages !

Frank.
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Re: Panther G, Berlin Charlottenburg 16 Jul 2011 09:36 #12

Hi Frank,

I used Tamiya paints for the camo exclusively

Dunkelgelb = XF-60+XF-55, ratio: 60:40
Olivgrün = XF-58+Dunkelgelb-mixture, ratio: 80:20
Rotbraun = XF-64+Dunkelgelb-mixture, ratio: 90:10

Hope this helps
Sven
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