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Re: Fantastic! One of the best Panther ever seen...

4:34 PM - Feb 23, 2018 #21

... I love the sharp 3 tones camo. No particular unit?
Bravissimo.
Ciao
Filippo
grazie mille per i complimenti! Il tricolore e' ispirato da una foto di un Panther Ausf. G, 11th Panzer Division, Remagen, 1945 ai primi di marzo vedi qui:https://pin.it/kbbdsdyl6gu5av

ma volevo aggiungere l'effetto di una mimetica invernale temporanea e fatta a casaccio tipo questa:https://bmashina.tumblr.com/image/135905298909

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Joined: 9:13 PM - Nov 23, 2016

Re: That´s why we love Panthers!

4:38 PM - Feb 23, 2018 #22

Hi Greg,

you prove that one does not need a super-duper RFM Panther model to create something magnificent. Great build and even greater artistic expression.
Do you have pictures of the unpainted model?
How many moons did you work on this Beauty?


The recent discussion about the finest available chains drew my Looks toward these details. There always is room ...

Congratulations for this archievment.
Georg
georg thank you for the compliments. I am a slow modeler and typically enjoy building 3-4 models a year. I will be placing this on a base with a mini setting with some figures, but i would say it took me about 4-5 months. I have some pictures of the model on my pinterest page:https://pin.it/f6bftp7ouqwlg7

I do have some chains on the front equipment racks that I removed as I read they typically wore off some time. I also noticed the sag in the chain on rear of tank needs to be improved. Cheers!

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Re: Wonderful paint job! I love the late war colors,particularly the

4:38 PM - Feb 23, 2018 #23

yellow and the way you"sold" the whitewash applied on top. Weathering is top top notch as well.
Enjoyable viewing for me this morning !
J
thanks jerry!
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Joined: 6:54 PM - Feb 10, 2013

Very nice!! n/t

5:42 PM - Feb 23, 2018 #24

Here is my 1/35 Scale Panther Ausf G Late Production. Kit is the Dragon Model 6268 with Griffon Models Kit 35001 and friul tracks. Trying to create a late war battle veteran with tri-color camo tone with warn winter camouflage. Tried to implement some lessons learned from input on here as well ask some of Michael Rinaldi's techniques in TankART 1 and 2. Would love your input. I will be putting this on a base with a couple Alpine figures. Base will have some melted/melting snow. My FB page is:https://www.facebook.com/FuzzyForeignermodels/. Cheers!















Salut! @fuzzyforeignermodels
Very nice!! n/t
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Joined: 5:49 PM - Apr 22, 2005

Highly realistic.

9:52 PM - Feb 23, 2018 #25

Hi
Awesome paint job, esp the dirt on the chassis.

Cheers
Andrew
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Hi Greg, thanks and your Italian is perfect! Ciao NT

9:44 AM - Feb 24, 2018 #26

grazie mille per i complimenti! Il tricolore e' ispirato da una foto di un Panther Ausf. G, 11th Panzer Division, Remagen, 1945 ai primi di marzo vedi qui:https://pin.it/kbbdsdyl6gu5av

ma volevo aggiungere l'effetto di una mimetica invernale temporanea e fatta a casaccio tipo questa:https://bmashina.tumblr.com/image/135905298909
Hi Greg, thanks and your Italian is perfect! Ciao NT
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Joined: 1:53 PM - Oct 09, 2007

Mighty impressive!

12:43 PM - Feb 24, 2018 #27

Here is my 1/35 Scale Panther Ausf G Late Production. Kit is the Dragon Model 6268 with Griffon Models Kit 35001 and friul tracks. Trying to create a late war battle veteran with tri-color camo tone with warn winter camouflage. Tried to implement some lessons learned from input on here as well ask some of Michael Rinaldi's techniques in TankART 1 and 2. Would love your input. I will be putting this on a base with a couple Alpine figures. Base will have some melted/melting snow. My FB page is:https://www.facebook.com/FuzzyForeignermodels/. Cheers!















Salut! @fuzzyforeignermodels
Your attention to detail and the superb craftsmanship are wonderful.

JG
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10:22 PM - Jun 09, 2018 #28

Tom Cockle wrote:
Here is my 1/35 Scale Panther Ausf G Late Production. Kit is the Dragon Model 6268 with Griffon Models Kit 35001 and friul tracks. Trying to create a late war battle veteran with tri-color camo tone with warn winter camouflage. Tried to implement some lessons learned from input on here as well ask some of Michael Rinaldi's techniques in TankART 1 and 2. Would love your input. I will be putting this on a base with a couple Alpine figures. Base will have some melted/melting snow. My FB page is:https://www.facebook.com/FuzzyForeignermodels/. Cheers!















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Greg,

A wonderful job on your Panther. Technically though, it should have had the sliding shutters on the right side rectangular grilles as they were an integral part of the crew compartment heating system.

Regards,

Tom
Appreciate your input. I fixed em.


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8:30 AM - Jun 10, 2018 #29

in the name of all that is Holy, please can people stop replying quoting all the pictures in the original post?!
Regards,

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4:57 PM - Jun 10, 2018 #30

Hi Greg,

Excellent model, as said by others already the running gear is just superb. Nice to read that
you got tips from Mike Rinaldi, I must get me his book on Axis too.

I saw your Panther with Alpine crew on your fb page, nice pair!

Theo
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