Tamiya Jagdpanther Late

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thought I'd share this, just finished it for the latest Big Cats campaign. It is Tamiya's Jagdpanther late with Tamiya indie link tracks and ET Models photoetch skirts. I painted it with tamiya colours and weathered it with oils and pigments.
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About the Author

About Colin Key (ColinEdm)

Colin started modelling with cars and planes as a young child then moved into armour by rebuilding his older brothers motorized Tamiya Tiger II and winning a model contest with it at age 12. He continued modelling into his teens until university and other distractions got in the way, resuming the...


Lovely work!
JAN 12, 2020 - 04:25 AM
Nice. I like that this late in the war the tank isn't over-weathered as some insist on doing.
JAN 12, 2020 - 10:53 AM
Is it OTB? The figure is a resin one?
JAN 16, 2020 - 05:52 AM
The figure is platsic, came with the kit, I added metal barrel, PE and indie link tracks.
JAN 17, 2020 - 06:42 AM
Really great job Colin, did the exhausts come with the kit? I like the paint scheme, it really sets it off. Best regards.........Dale
JAN 24, 2020 - 05:40 AM
Thanks Dale, yes the exhausts came with the kit, I think the screens were from the PE set though.
JAN 25, 2020 - 04:02 AM
I'm not a great fan of the "pyjama stripes" camo scheme but you've done a great job with this. Nice subtle weathering, none of that fashionable but exaggerated "Spanish school" stuff here, which I think is very unrealistic in most cases given that the field life of tanks - especially at this late stage of the war - was often measured in terms of as little as a few days or even just a few hours after arriving at the front. Steve
JAN 27, 2020 - 03:20 AM
nice job !! very interesting camo !
FEB 05, 2020 - 04:24 AM
Im just getting back in to the hobby after a few years off, and chose this same kit. Im planning on using what my foggy memory tells me was my normal routine: 1. Paint camo 2. Airbrush Future 3. Decals 4. Pin wash, chipping, general weathering 5. Airbrush a very thinned layer of Tamiya Buff over the whole thing 6. Sit on shelf and enjoy Does that sound about right? Any recommendations, especially given that just about every hobby store in the world is closed? TIA Scott Hershey, PA
APR 02, 2020 - 01:46 AM
https://armorama.kitmaker.net/forums/140764&page=1 What i use and most probably use.
APR 02, 2020 - 06:11 AM