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ICM offering of an early Panther, removed plastic handles and made new ones from wire. Also some DIY engine mesh covers, otherwise built from the box.
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AL HOFFMAN said on April 15, 2014
A great model & great photography. Weathering is not overdone, just right.
Craig Abrahamson said on April 15, 2014
What Al said...an overall job well done indeed
Gary Jordan said on April 15, 2014
That is one beautiful Cat , great job all around . What did you use for the screens on the engine deck ?
Frank Cronin said on April 15, 2014
Very nicely done. I agree, the weathering looks great.
Alan Rush said on April 15, 2014
I especially like the photo of the rear deck. The mesh works well and the chipping and rusting around panel edges and engine acces look great.
Gregor d said on April 16, 2014
Excellent - love the Panther.
Darko Simic said on April 16, 2014
Thanks for the comments 🙂 The idea was to do a subtle weathering because most of the ausf. D were lost very soon, so they did not have time to geat too beaten and weathered.
The mesh was made using the plastic mesh bag of some cosmetic product.
Nebojša Subotić said on April 16, 2014
Nice one, really great camo & weathering!
Mark Housley said on April 16, 2014
Great Panther, and i like the way you have photographed it,
A very dark and menacing Look to it
Fantastic build Darko,
Simon Whitney said on April 16, 2014
Great build there Darko.
A Panther on the prowl.
Igor Cernisevski said on April 17, 2014
Bravo Darko! 🙂
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