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Old 01-30-2011, 01:18 PM
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Joli!
I like your zimm, but in some places it covers up the holes n the turret (gunsight vision port and MG barrel opening) which it shouldn't do.

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thanks!
i will erase the zim at the place you say...
and non, i don't have a answers yet...
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Thank you Ropi...

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thanks!
i will erase the zim at the place you say...
and non, i don't have a answers yet...
Thank you Ropi for helping Gibbs with your suggestions.

Gibbs, looking good my friend.

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hi all,
now the camo is finish: my inspiration comes from jean'srestayn book: tiger I in the west front":





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Very good paint job there. Keep it up and I'm sure this will turn out just great.

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looking good

gibbs,

Wow!, the size of the 'zim' has toned down in size with the application of the camouflage paint, excellent technique. Looking forward to the weathering techs to be applied.
Thank you for the update and continued happy model building my friend.

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hello!!
the turret is finish,the decalcs were so hard to place on the zimmerit!!
but I finally arrive to put them...











and tow pics of the turret on the hull not yet weathering....


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Impressive!
Some little things though (c pour ton bien): the upside of the MG mount rail should be "full metal", since that part was constantly "polished" by the sliding MG mount. I also doubt that the MG mount fork was painted (or if it was, that it remained that way for long). Also were the locks (les cadenas) painted in camo? I doubt it too

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Impressive!
Some little things though (c pour ton bien): the upside of the MG mount rail should be "full metal", since that part was constantly "polished" by the sliding MG mount. I also doubt that the MG mount fork was painted (or if it was, that it remained that way for long). Also were the locks (les cadenas) painted in camo? I doubt it too

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thanks!
on rail for the mg mount is paint with aluminium paint, but the pics not well show that, and nexxt, I suppose the locke were paint in camo....... why don't paint them?
and no, not answers from dragon....
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