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Craig's Bergepanther...

Craig's Bergepanther...

... the finished result of a 'Blog' of the Italeri 1/35 kit by Craig Hiscock Germany - World War 2

Craig Hiscock01/07/2009 17:37:22
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Yeah i tried to get him abseiling across the base but he was not having any of it
 
Craig
Jaymes Crowther01/07/2009 17:54:26
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Ha!.
 
You should still have him on the basis though! Especially now Mark has posted his hero
Mac McConnell01/07/2009 18:15:41
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Craig that Bergpanther will look a treat on that base with the black boarder cant wait to see it as one.
 
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Craig Hiscock01/07/2009 18:45:57
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Cheers Mac i will be doing the black tonight so as i give it plenty of drying time.
 
Right then, next bit, I have been working on the blade to try and give it that dirty, used, dry, oily, used look with some little bits of added Mud. The Jury is out so what do you guys think?
 


I am still to add a little blend of fresh rust to some scattered areas but this part is about finished.
 
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`Boots`01/07/2009 18:58:11
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My verdict is fanbloomintastic buddy, i assume you are doing the parts behind the blade as well Craig, probably an obvious observation, but hey thats what we are here for!! .
I think this has to be one of your greatest dude, the amount of attention to detail is superb!!
 
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Jaymes Crowther01/07/2009 18:59:02
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The jury finds the defendant.... Smashing work on the Blade!
 
It looks realistic mate top notch'
Craig Hiscock01/07/2009 19:18:52
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Cheers Boots, James.
 
Boots i will be doing the undersides yes mate, but i don't want to go to high up if you know what i mean, These were only really used as an anchor as such so i wouldn't have thought it would have got to mucky toward the upper edges. Does that make sense  what do you think?
 
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John Prigent01/07/2009 19:28:46
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That does make sense Craig, I'd think the muck wouldn't go above the midline.
Craig Hiscock01/07/2009 19:36:23
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Cheers John. Its always good to have a second opinion and hey if it don't look right someone to blame as well
 
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Robin Buckland01/07/2009 19:41:36
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Hi Craig,
 
Really looking good, and the point about the mud a fair assumption I'd say.
 
Robin

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