Jagdpanther build at last

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Steve Norris
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Post by Steve Norris »

Simon.
It looks like your going to achieve another great looking model, i love the faded late war scheem you are doing and the Kent moded wheels look great.
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Steve

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Robert E Morey
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Simon,
The Kent treatment on the wheels looks fantastic. Looks like I'm going to have to do that one too, but on the lathe like you suggest! The paint camo scheme looks great, I like the washed out effect - really well done. Amazing paint work on those wheels!
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Bob

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Hi Simon,

Your wheels looks fantastic, glad I inspired you into this so Bob go for it as well.

Even me as an Normandy zimmerit era nut find this late in war survivor fade colour look fascinating, you are very skilled with paint I must say, well done.
Looking forward to see more later on

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Kent
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Hi Simon , your getting to good at this weathering looks supperb

Dave :D

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thanks for the good feedback fellow builders, there's a certain amount of artistic freedom on these late panzers, parts from other tanks fitted,odd wheels,anything just to keep it running,i like the random look,now to tackle the other side, regards simon.

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Hi Simon

speechless.

best regards
Tim
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thanks all for looking, continued with the paint and weathering, i will go back to some building on the roof and rear deck,i have struggled with the size of the panels with this build, a lot of area to fill with color, regards simon manning,

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Hi Simon.

Very nice I like it a lot!
Cheers Paul :wink:
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Hi Simon
Your weathering skills are just one of the best iv,e seen on this forum :D outstanding work i could never come close to doing this sort of finish ,well done great to see.
all the best ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,nick

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Hi Simon

Great build and paint job when i see this i regraet selling my Jagdpanther.

Cheers William
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Hello Simon,

Again a very beautiful paintjob, :roll: :roll: :roll:
i wish that i have that talent with a airbrush.
best regards Yves

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Another stunning masterpiece. Amazing paintwork and attention to detail.
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Post by simon_manning »

many thanks for taking the effort to post, i am pleased that you like it so far, i always comment on a build on the forum no matter what level it achieves, its good to follow other projects and pictures, these big tanks are a handfull and it takes time to get used to the size, but when finished they are something differrent, thanks again simon.

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Hi Simon

So what's next, now that you have mastered this whole "tank" thing? :D

A beautiful looking Jagdpanzer. Another jewel for your display case.

Kind regards
Tim
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Post by Dale jordan »

Realy nice work Simon . You are getting better with each kit. I like this one and your Panther best . If we could just get you and Noel together we would have the Dream team of weathering and and painting ... PS my King tiger is back in the UK maybe one day you Guys can check out Noels handy work up close in person !! .. Dale

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