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Old 08-25-2017, 01:36 PM
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Geschutzwagen E-100 VI 21cm (trumpeter)

My biggest and expensive kit i ever buy with friul tracks included.



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Making Welds on the side panels with Tamiya Putty grey color.




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Sorry i post the wrong picture of the E-100 here.....how can i remove this?

Part II

First Layer : German grey
Second Layer : Sponge technique with some colours of vallejo
3th Layer igments and washes
4th layer : Drybrush the white color on sides !















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Hello Razzie,
Well done so far! I like the engine (dirty and greasy as a real one), the paint/rust finish on the deck and even more like how the welding was done. One question: why did you dry-brush with white on the panel edges? It looks cool but what was the intention? I'm no expert in experimental (or paper) panzers. Was it a factory-process for some reason?
Plus an additional thing: the grilles has some paint blocks - you should treat them with a pin just to be perfect
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I love it!

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Hello Razzie,
One question: why did you dry-brush with white on the panel edges? It looks cool but what was the intention? I'm no expert in experimental (or paper) panzers. Was it a factory-process for some reason?
Plus an additional thing: the grilles has some paint blocks - you should treat them with a pin just to be perfect
cheers,
Zsolt
I just copy a small things from a magazine book.
I think it's from grinding machine?!
I think i allready remove those paint on the grillholes...

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