Tamiya GB---> Marder III w/ russian PaK 36 **Painting and weathering started**

Joined: September 1st, 2003, 6:02 pm

May 17th, 2012, 8:46 pm #1

G´day guys

last week I was quite busy painting the Marder.
I´ve used Tamiya colors to do some slight modulation. Only to make things more interesting.


Everything was primed using Tamiya Surface Primer straight from the can



The tracks were painted with XF-52 Flat Earth



The German Grey was highlighted with Flat White XF-2 plus a few drops of XF-8 Flat Blue. Afterwards a few
light coats of X-22 Clear were used to seal the model in a satin finish.



Here is the result after the chipping process.



Here I apply a wash using AK Interactive products.



White Spirit was used to clean all the excess wash.



Here I want to show the so important washing process. The only part treated is the upper hull.
The lower hull and the gun plus it´s shield hasn´t been treated yet.


I love this part of modelling!!

Cheers

Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
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Joined: August 2nd, 2005, 12:40 pm

Very nice...

May 17th, 2012, 10:03 pm #2

progress so far Gunnar

Always nice to see how people treat Panzergrau, and the early Marder is a particular favorite in PzGrau
Best

Paul
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Joined: March 26th, 2003, 4:28 pm

Going very well and very fast too...

May 18th, 2012, 7:20 am #3

G´day guys

last week I was quite busy painting the Marder.
I´ve used Tamiya colors to do some slight modulation. Only to make things more interesting.


Everything was primed using Tamiya Surface Primer straight from the can



The tracks were painted with XF-52 Flat Earth



The German Grey was highlighted with Flat White XF-2 plus a few drops of XF-8 Flat Blue. Afterwards a few
light coats of X-22 Clear were used to seal the model in a satin finish.



Here is the result after the chipping process.



Here I apply a wash using AK Interactive products.



White Spirit was used to clean all the excess wash.



Here I want to show the so important washing process. The only part treated is the upper hull.
The lower hull and the gun plus it´s shield hasn´t been treated yet.


I love this part of modelling!!

Cheers

Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
Gunnar,

Thanks for the very visual SBS pics.


Lu

http://www.onefortyeight.com

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Joined: August 10th, 2010, 7:19 pm

Nice chipping, Gunnar.

May 18th, 2012, 9:44 am #4

G´day guys

last week I was quite busy painting the Marder.
I´ve used Tamiya colors to do some slight modulation. Only to make things more interesting.


Everything was primed using Tamiya Surface Primer straight from the can



The tracks were painted with XF-52 Flat Earth



The German Grey was highlighted with Flat White XF-2 plus a few drops of XF-8 Flat Blue. Afterwards a few
light coats of X-22 Clear were used to seal the model in a satin finish.



Here is the result after the chipping process.



Here I apply a wash using AK Interactive products.



White Spirit was used to clean all the excess wash.



Here I want to show the so important washing process. The only part treated is the upper hull.
The lower hull and the gun plus it´s shield hasn´t been treated yet.


I love this part of modelling!!

Cheers

Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
Love those small chips on the gun barrel.

Q

http://dqscaleworks.blogspot.com/
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Joined: August 15th, 2006, 12:22 pm

nice SBS gunnar... very educational... n/t

May 18th, 2012, 2:41 pm #5

G´day guys

last week I was quite busy painting the Marder.
I´ve used Tamiya colors to do some slight modulation. Only to make things more interesting.


Everything was primed using Tamiya Surface Primer straight from the can



The tracks were painted with XF-52 Flat Earth



The German Grey was highlighted with Flat White XF-2 plus a few drops of XF-8 Flat Blue. Afterwards a few
light coats of X-22 Clear were used to seal the model in a satin finish.



Here is the result after the chipping process.



Here I apply a wash using AK Interactive products.



White Spirit was used to clean all the excess wash.



Here I want to show the so important washing process. The only part treated is the upper hull.
The lower hull and the gun plus it´s shield hasn´t been treated yet.


I love this part of modelling!!

Cheers

Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
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Joined: December 29th, 2003, 8:18 pm

May 18th, 2012, 4:25 pm #6

G´day guys

last week I was quite busy painting the Marder.
I´ve used Tamiya colors to do some slight modulation. Only to make things more interesting.


Everything was primed using Tamiya Surface Primer straight from the can



The tracks were painted with XF-52 Flat Earth



The German Grey was highlighted with Flat White XF-2 plus a few drops of XF-8 Flat Blue. Afterwards a few
light coats of X-22 Clear were used to seal the model in a satin finish.



Here is the result after the chipping process.



Here I apply a wash using AK Interactive products.



White Spirit was used to clean all the excess wash.



Here I want to show the so important washing process. The only part treated is the upper hull.
The lower hull and the gun plus it´s shield hasn´t been treated yet.


I love this part of modelling!!

Cheers

Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
Hi Gunnar,

Love your panzer grey and your work with the two tones in the chipping.

Best,
Jose
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Joined: October 20th, 2006, 11:29 pm

A busy Marder. Has the 'been around' look. Nice nt

May 19th, 2012, 4:52 am #7

G´day guys

last week I was quite busy painting the Marder.
I´ve used Tamiya colors to do some slight modulation. Only to make things more interesting.


Everything was primed using Tamiya Surface Primer straight from the can



The tracks were painted with XF-52 Flat Earth



The German Grey was highlighted with Flat White XF-2 plus a few drops of XF-8 Flat Blue. Afterwards a few
light coats of X-22 Clear were used to seal the model in a satin finish.



Here is the result after the chipping process.



Here I apply a wash using AK Interactive products.



White Spirit was used to clean all the excess wash.



Here I want to show the so important washing process. The only part treated is the upper hull.
The lower hull and the gun plus it´s shield hasn´t been treated yet.


I love this part of modelling!!

Cheers

Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
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