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This is the Tamiya 1/35 Panzer 1, it was originally painted German grey but i recently decided to change it up a bit. Need to get er finished up HUH!
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Craig Abrahamson said on February 28, 2013
Lookin' forward to the end result...looks good so far. 🙂
jeff stewart said on February 28, 2013
Thank ya Craig, but dont hold your breathe, I like to jump around alot. It's hard for me to stay interested in one thing for too long!
By the same token, I find I go months between builds (the proverbial modeling "funk"). I have to be in the right frame of mind to attack styrene and it just hasn't been there of late.
Ted Leaman said on February 28, 2013
That is an amazing weathering job you've got going on there. I'm impressed!
Merrill Anderson said on March 1, 2013
You make a mediocre kit look great, I loved that kit when it came out, 40 years ago, but by today's standards, it's a dud, but you made it look amazing. What are you going to use for tracks? Most aftermarket tracks don't fit the old Tamiya, (I know, I built an old kit out of my stash last year).
I had to use Alan roadwheels and the unused tracks from the Wespe kit.
Tolga ULGUR said on March 1, 2013
I m not an expert of this category ( armor) , but İ liked your weathering indeed. Excellent finish for my opinion.
jeff stewart said on March 1, 2013
Thanx guys! As for the tracks I'm not sure, I'm actually havin trouble finding one side. It's probably in one of the many boxes somewhere! Do you guys keep all the old boxes? I just cant seem to get rid of them!
Gregor de Ste Croix said on March 1, 2013
Jeff, i really like the wear and weathering effects you are achieving on your models. The Panzer looks weather worn, and sun scorched. Great work!
bob mack said on March 2, 2013
very nice beating you put on it
jeff stewart said on March 2, 2013
Thank you Bob, To me plastic tanks just dont like right until you make them appear as if they've been through hell and back!
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