First, assembly of the parts, then I primed them with Alcals white primer.
The basic coat for the Elfenbein is the corresponding paint by WEM. WEM paint was used for the Oxide rot too.
I post-shaded the paint with Humbrol 41 and Lifecolor italian Rosso Minio. I was lucky, these 2 paints are direct highlight of the WEM paints. it's always nice not to have to mix paint.
Then a little Lifecolor Damp dust pigment on the floor, and too much Lifecolor tensocrom smoke on the walls and gun to dirty them. It made a very dirty interior, probably too dirty. If i'm not bas at painting clean vehicles, I have much to learn about how to weather vehicles...
That's the usual problem. We're always looking for the odd one, and we finally never build the usual and numerous ones, like the StuG.
And even if I'm building a StuG, it's not even the more numerous StuG III
Thank you! But awesome is probably too much a word for my feeble attempt at weathering the inside
I've just added the in progress pictures of the painting of the exhaust. I want to paint it used, battered, but not as a whole piece of iron who spent 50 years in the ground.
I was probably a little heavy-handed on the dunkelgelb, but it looks almost as I intended