PANZER I AUSF A/w INTERIOR

fubar

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Cool little model this, maybe it's wrong of me but i prefer all the early war Panzers like the I, II, III and IV as opposed to all the late war monsters like the Panthers and Tigers. ;D

TTFN Matt
 

MrT

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fubar said:
Cool little model this, maybe it's wrong of me but i prefer all the early war Panzers like the I, II, III and IV as opposed to all the late war monsters like the Panthers and Tigers. ;D

TTFN Matt

Thanks Matt!! So much has been done with the Tigers and Panthers the others get kinda left out.

T
 

panzerace007

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T ,


Good lookin' stuff !! This lil' Panzer is Rockin' ! Great job on th Interior !!

\m/ , I'm lookin' forward to seein' more !!
 

MrT

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panzerace007 said:
T ,


Good lookin' stuff !! This lil' Panzer is Rockin' ! Great job on th Interior !!

\m/ , I'm lookin' forward to seein' more !!

Thanks Erik!! I'm working on it. ;D

T
 

MrT

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Folks it's been a long Christmas holiday for me which means bench time. So let's take a walk through the progress.

Ok where we left off I was working on the upper hull and turret construction. That work continued with the turret interior, vision slot openings and fender tool mountings.

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Next I worked on the turret interior construction.

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As a little side issue I added the wiring for the horn.

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Back to the turret. Next I painted and washed the interior.

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Now for the outside painting. I painted it overall Nato Black and then with Dark Grey followed by shades of lighter grey and field blue.

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Next comes a coat of future to get ready for weathering.

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But before weathering lets add the decals. The markings are 6th Panzer division.

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I next put the finishing touches on the tool handles.

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With some weathering, streaking, and a pin wash this is where I am now. There is still some dirt to add, but the little tank is almost done. Here's some more pic's until the next update.

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Well that's all for now, but stay tuned.
 

Tony lee

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Base color and fading looks good and will be even better once the shine is off Terry. 8)
Bring it on home bud

Tony lee :)
 

MrT

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Tony lee said:
Base color and fading looks good and will be even better once the shine is off Terry. 8)
Bring it on home bud

Tony lee :)

Thanks Tony!! Dull coat is the last step.

T
 

panzerace007

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Hey T ,

Great Job & Dy-No-Mite job on th decals ! Was that R much of a Bugga' ? I'm diggin th weathering . Great job on th Muffler - Very Realistic !!
 

MrT

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panzerace007 said:
Hey T ,

Great Job & Dy-No-Mite job on th decals ! Was that R much of a Bugga' ? I'm diggin th weathering . Great job on th Muffler - Very Realistic !!

Thanks Erik! No the "R" decal was no trouble. I just had to figure out how to do it. lol

T
 

geegad

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thats looks quality the colour is spot on truly wouldbe proud of this little baby....

i have one question what colour did you use for the woood on the shovel etc

geegad
 

wyoroy

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What's not to love about the first panzer, very nice interior. I like how the outsides looking.
 

MrT

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geegad said:
thats looks quality the colour is spot on truly wouldbe proud of this little baby....

i have one question what colour did you use for the woood on the shovel etc

geegad

Thanks geegad!!! Well it's not a single paint. The base color is Tamiya Desert Yellow. The wood grain is Tamiya Red Brown. I then give it a oil wash of raw umber.

T
 

MrT

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Another update!! Dust and dry brushing has been applied. Added the dull coat and this little beast is all but done. I need to add the headlight lens, open up all those exhaust shield holes, fix a few cracks, and that's it. Next I move on to the base. Here are some more pictures.

T

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Tanker52

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Very nice build!!! The interior rocks and this little tank packs in the details. You did a great job helping the details pop with the painting techniques inside and out. 8)
 

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