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A little Rusted Panzer...

Kit / Model  

German Panzer Mk. II Ausf.F/G

Manufacturer  

Tamiya

Item Code  

35009

Scale  

1/35

Description  

German WWII Panzer Kampfwagen II Ausf. F/G 1:35
This is my first attempt to build an AFV, the model was built OOB, and I used a modulation of color technique changing the colors between the differente plates of the armor, I used Vallejo Acrylics, custom mixed, and painted it in Panzer grey, adding drops of blue and white, I painted it with my Badger 150 airbrush, and then I weathering it usin some artistic pigments, (Black, Ocre, Terracota, and white) mixed with alcohol, and sealed with flat clear laquer for artists. THe mud on the links, was made mixing some pigments in Future Floor sealer, and added with a brush...

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