Discussion in 'World War 2 Hobbies' started by PanzerProfile, Apr 15, 2004.
awesome! I see you have thought of everything. Great work there! carry on...
SdKfz 10/7 - Demag - Feuerleitkraftwagen *wip*
ook hier my most recent evergreen-project;
wow nice finish, sply. the whethering,
a lot better than me, !!!
BTW, welcome to the forum!!!!!
That is a beaut! Is the armoured bit scratch-built?
and what is the actual vehicle - I've never seen such a version of the SdKfz10 before.
Thanks for your replies gents
this picture shows some building-up...
And I derived my idea from the SdKfz 7/9 Feuerleitwagen, creating a new designation of the 10-series.
It looks like the group builders have some serious competition if this guy enters the fray!Nice work and welcome to the forums.
Hey nice work! How did you that chipping?
Thanks for your replies.
As for my results for this moment, I do wish to invite you at my homebase ; http://www.twenot-forums.nl/viewforum.php?f=3. There is where I got my inspiration and skills, which I personally find not that overwhelming...
Chippings are done with Vallejo German Grey with a 00-brush, the smallest I think.
Here my previous project, which is also still in progress. Also here i used Italeri #6443.
I'm thinking of a repaintjob...
oh, man you are really good!!!!!
Thanks for the info, that's ok, but i mean the process.
I work with several layers. In the 10/7-case...
1. I put on the Tamiya TS-46 basecolour,
2. then I started a cautious chipping with Vallejo German Grey.
3. after this I put on a Revell-88 wash,
4. and again chippings with Humbrol Metal 53
By working with several layers, you will receive 'different stages of freshness' in chippings. It's quite a personal repetitive approach, there everyone seems to do it on it's own way. Can you do something with it ?
Oh yes. Thanks. One more question: What is your chipping tool...00 brush or...?
Think need new glasses...
Phenomenal workmanship.Are you interested in joining our current Group Build?
Stalingrad Sniper *WIP*
Thanks for your invitation. I first wanted to find out what that's about, but I'll come back to that
Here another small Tamiya-project which is going on since 2004. Not really a tank, but still...
a short update on the 10/7...
geee, that is sooo gooooddddd!!!
but i'm curious, the germans used red primers is in it?
Revell 1:35 Stug40 ... in the US 104th InfDivs (Timberwolfes) service.
The figure is a Dragon made US crewman w/ a Verlinden head.
Coming next: Zvezda M3A1 Scout Car w/ Dragon US 101th