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Pzbeobwg. III Ausf H


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:D Hello friends!

 

Yesterday I started my new project, this time "Out of Box". Panzerbeobachtunswagen III Ausf H of the old kit of Dragón #9030, 1/35.

 

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Here my progress.

 

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Regards,

Rodolfo

 

 

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:D Hello friends!

 

This was an express construction, it only took me two days to build. The tracks were missing in the kit, so I had to replace them with Tamiya

 

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Rodolfo

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:D Hello friends!

 

I applied Mr. Metal Primer of Gunze in all the armor for better adhesion of the painting.

 

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Rodolfo

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:D Hello friends!

 

Here is more updates!

 

First I applieda coat of "dark-yellow" of Tamiya. Second, "desert yellow" and the camu with a mix of "olive-green + Lemon-yellow", all of Tamiya. Finally a coat of satin varnish of Vallejo.

 

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Regards,

Rodolfo

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:D Hello friends!

 

More updates!

 

DECALS:

 

1).- Applying Micro-Set to adhere it. 2).- Applying Micro-Sol in order to fix. Ready!

 

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Regards,

Rodolfo

 

 

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Thanks for listing the paint colors that you are using. I'm finding that is very helpful. Looking good so far!

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:D Thanks friends!

 

More updates!

 

For the tools I used Humbrol white and over it "leather brown", metalcote and for the box flat brown of Vallejo. I am finished the detailing before to start the weathering.

 

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Rodolfo

 

 

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:D Hello friends!

 

Here is more updates:

 

WASHES:

Here are the different phases of washes using Humbrol (yellow-sand) mixed with enamel of Humbrol and light brown of Vallejo diluted with water.

 

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Rodolfo

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:D Hello friends!

 

2nd. phase: Dark-earth diluted with Enamel thinner of Humbrol for lines and application of pigments brown-earth.

 

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Rodolfo

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3rd. phase: Give some touch of "Solvent-spirit" on pigment brown-earth to the armor and then pass over the tank with a dry brush softly in order to make a spot color earth, only in the surfarce of the tank give a little touch.

 

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Rodolfo

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:D Hello friends!

 

Finally I decided to add mud:

 

1).- Mix of Humbrol "Matt-brown-yellow" + marble dust + brown pigments

 

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2).- Airbrushing with "flat-earth" of Tamiyaand ready!

 

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Regards,

Rodolfo

 

 

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:D Thanks friend!

 

More updates!

 

Detailing screws, rivets and hinges using graphite.

 

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Tracks: First, coat of buff + German grey (8:1) and second: Using the same Mix of Humbrol "Matt-brown-yellow" + marble dust + brown pigments. 2).- Airbrushing with "flat-earth" of Tamiyaand ready!

 

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Rodolfo

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:D Thanks for your kind comments friend!

 

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Chips with sponge: 1).- Mix Saddle-brown and Black of Vallejo / 2).- Sponge into the mix / 3).- Remove the excess over a paper / 4).- To apply in the tank and ready!

 

 

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Regards,

Rodolfo

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Thanks for sharing this excellent weathering tutorial! I have been chomping at the bit to do weathering myself and it is a bit scary. excellent job!

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:D Thanks friend!. I agree with you, with more participation we can learn more techniques.

 

Regards,

Rodolfo

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