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Revell Pz.Kpfw. 35(t)

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1:35 Pz. Kpfw. 35(t) (Revell 03237)1:35 German Tank Stenciling Template 2 (Voyager Model PEA177)1+
 

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15. February 2014, 00:17
 
Fabian D.
Construction is almost done, detail isn´t too bad, but what will need replacement is the aiming device for the driver.
tracks can look quite good, if you bend them in a bit in shape...
15. February 2014, 00:22
Kevin Foureman
I am working on this kit as well. Looking forward to seeing your. Mine might be a while as I am working several projects at once. Building mine as a weathering practice kit.
15. February 2014, 02:53
George Bacon
Looking good. I'm in! :)
15. February 2014, 05:38
Frank Krause
It looks nice for an old kit in a new box. Let's see, where you're heading, Fabian.
15. February 2014, 06:58
Fabian D.
Well I tried to build it ooB... but i couldn´t help myself ;)
Decals included are for the invasion of Poland and for a romanian army tank, but I´m going for the 713 of the 6.Panzer-Division, 1941 in Russia:
I really like the tons of stuff on the rear deck...
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15. February 2014, 10:05
Fabian D.
here is another one, also note the guy with the small 5cm mortar baseplate

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15. February 2014, 10:24
Frank Krause
Jepp, that will give him a real busy look, Fabian.
15. February 2014, 10:26
Matthias Weiss
Looks promising so far. :)
15. February 2014, 10:54
Fabian D.
Paint is on now... quite like the stencils, easy and faster than decals, I´m shure with some practice you can achive some really nice effects with them
15. March 2014, 22:53
william wise
I built this kit many years ago and recently bought the Tamiya re-box its still a nice kit and your making it look real good Fabian one of these days i will try stencils but im to much of a coward after getting that far i would hate to mess anything up
15. March 2014, 23:35
Fabian D.
Thanks William, as i wanted to use this kit as testing subject for various techniques in the first place, I still wasn´t too afraid ;)
But I´ve done a test run with the stencils first, and if you mask the area around and just gently push the trigger on airbrush you can´t do too much wrong...
16. March 2014, 00:00
william wise
thanks for the tips that makes sense i might just give stencils a shot they do look better than decals
16. March 2014, 01:28
Alan Rush
Looks great. Are you using the photos for a full diorama with figures or using it for the kit on the rear deck?
16. March 2014, 01:38
Fabian D.
Thanks Alan, I´ve considered it... and wouln´t be too difficult to do so, but I´m shure if I would start the base, I´ll loose motivation in between... and I´ve got already too many started diorams... but maybe in a few moths? who knows? ...I don´t ;)
16. March 2014, 01:49
H K
Looking good. Thanks for the tips with the stencils, might give them a try. Certainly cheaper than aftermarket decals in the long run.
16. March 2014, 09:12
Fabian D.
weathering on the tank done, reattaching the tracks turned into a little puzzle as they broke apart during the painting.. so I have to rework some spots
30. March 2014, 18:50

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