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Post  G Cooper on Sat Feb 02, 2013 7:30 pm


Hiya Jenny:

Oh that looks ever so lovely What a Face . Someday I will try to build a kit in just little bits of kit here and there, and then put it all together at the end. But I am confused about one thing scratch . This is supposed to be a StuG build. Not a submarine build. So no building submarines allowed here tongue .

Gary Cool

P.S. I am waiting for the world wide shortage of brass to hit, then I will turn in my enormous stockpile of photo-etch leftovers and retire to Tahiti with all the money. I must have about 50 pounds of the stuff Shocked .

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Post  Jenny Ryan on Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:28 am

Well I have nearly finished painting the interior Very Happy , the paint is all lifecolor .

Note the map and cigarette packet from Dioart . also the labels on the safety levers on the breech side


Dragon really did well adding all the radio stuff to the interior


I still have to detail paint the MP ammo pouches .


The breach has some nice detail .


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Post  John T on Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:46 am

A lot of eye candy here Jenny, and I don't just mean the pin up. Really nicely painted radios, and details, plus tantalising glimpses of some the PE on the exterior! Cool

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Post  CaptainJack on Thu Feb 07, 2013 2:39 pm

Really nice work!!

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Post  hmgroth on Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:04 pm

Spiffy work on the interior, Jenny, and nice eye for details! You need to leave the roof unglued so all this work isn't lost!

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Post  S P Hammerton on Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:07 pm

Lovely Stuff Jenny

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Post  Roger V on Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:07 pm

Your stug look great, i want to see more and you inspire me

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Nice work

Post  gunner190 on Sun Feb 10, 2013 4:49 am

Nice work Jenny. How long does it take to finish the model, usually?
Jenny Ryan wrote:Well I have nearly finished painting the interior Very Happy , the paint is all lifecolor .

Note the map and cigarette packet from Dioart . also the labels on the safety levers on the breech side


Dragon really did well adding all the radio stuff to the interior


I still have to detail paint the MP ammo pouches .


The breach has some nice detail .


Jenny flower

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Post  Andy J on Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:08 pm

Superb interior there Jenny. And thanks for the info on the details as I may need something similar before too long.

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Re: Jennys Build - Covering Fire ! Updated 20th February

Post  Jenny Ryan on Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:08 pm

Well I have painted the basic camo , still have to detail paint the tools , head pad for the commander etc and then onto the weathering Very Happy !

I chose a fairly basic dark yellow with a mottled green cam , all paints are lifecolor . I painted the rear frame in red oxide primer and for a change I painted the barrel in german greugrun which was also used as a primer color . The decals are archer .


The tracks are painted with the new lifecolor track set specifically for painting model tracks , what they have is a special reflecting agent which can be mixed with any of the lifecolor paints and can be either brush or airbrushed on . I mixed a batch of 3:3:2 of intermediate wear , reflector agent & lifecolor thinner and airbrushed it onto the tracks , it covers well and the track in front has had a light rub with a soft cloth leaving the exposed face with a subtle steel sheen.


Well I will stick all the subassemblies together now , finish the detail painting and then weathering begins !

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Post  Matt Stephenson on Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:28 pm

Jenny,

Your build and paint scheme look awesome! I'm amazed at how quickly the builds gets done around here.....I'm stuck in zimmerit purgatory with mine! I cant wait to see the next stage with the figures and weathering.

Awesome work as always.

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Post  John T on Thu Feb 21, 2013 1:17 am

Sweet! You're making great progress Jenny, looking forward to more!

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Re: Jennys Build - Covering Fire ! Updated 20th February

Post  G Cooper on Thu Feb 21, 2013 1:28 am


HIya Jenny:

It all looks super sweet. The barrel looks good too in the hi temp primer Wink .

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