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Armor Models by Glenn Bartolotti has just released the latest installment of Step by Step guides to Finishing German Armor with Volume 48 Sturmgeshutz III Ausf. G Ernest August Krag.
Sturmgeshutz III Ausf. G Ernest August Krag

Volume 48

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MSRP - $1.95 US

Glenn covers the building, painting and weathering of his Sturmgeshutz III Ausf. G. Glenn explain each color of paint he uses and his application leading into the application of washes and pigments. Throughout the publication, there are links embedded in the pictures of the product Glenn uses, which when clicked, will bring you to the manufacturer or vendor of that product making it easy to locate these items if you wish to purchase them.

These Step by Step guides are fantastic not only for the beginner modeler but anyone looking to add a few tricks to their own bench! The publications well written and provide clear and high resolution pictures to the author's building process.



You can download your copy of Vol. Volume 48 Sturmgeshutz III Ausf. G Ernest August Krag direct from the Armor Models by Glenn Bartolotti website.


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These are generally a very good buy: a mini-master class for $2.
AUG 04, 2015 - 01:08 AM
I'm liking the wheels and track - work. But if I'm honest I don't like much else. But then at 1 where can you go wrong? Happy days
AUG 04, 2015 - 03:31 AM
painting in it might be nice, but kinda hard for me to take it seriously with the mantlet fitted upside down. May be im wrong and someone can enlighten me with some pictures of a real case where this happened, but as far as i know it houses some recoil cylinders etc which would then require you to rotate the entire canon
AUG 04, 2015 - 05:40 PM
@Serlone - according to my sources you are correct, mantlet appears to be upside down.
AUG 04, 2015 - 08:58 PM
Hey, for $2 I assume you can read the kit instructions and get the mantlet right, LOL. It's about the painting.
AUG 04, 2015 - 10:34 PM
Ooops... Didn't even notice that mantlet! I was focused on the tarp above, which to my eye looks overly thick (more like a very heavy blanket or quilt than a tarp). Cheers, Christophe
AUG 04, 2015 - 10:46 PM
WOW! Now I see what looked wrong when I added to gun barrel!!!! Glenn Bartolotti Thanks Guys :-)
AUG 05, 2015 - 01:12 AM
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