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Marder III H - Smart Kit Dragon

Kit / Model  

Marder III Ausf. H Sd.Kfz. 138

Manufacturer  

Dragon

Item Code  

6331

Scale  

1/35

Description  

This model Marder III i painted Model Master acryl paint and washed oil paint (mix colour umbra) and dry brush: white oil paint.

Gulumik

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by: Andre BELLARD () on 2008-04-03 - 01:51

Hello,

Very well done!!! I do have some questions: I just bought this fantastic kit and I want to start building it this coming days. So I would like to know if you have encountered some problems during the building process, in case could give me some tips or advertises, and I would like to know the paint scheme you have chosen for this tank. Do you know if it's possible to paint this Paula version in overall german grey?
Many thanks for the help you could provide to me.
Congratulations!!!

by: Patricio Delfosse (patricio@modelersite.com) on 2007-08-13 - 11:57

Hi Gulumik.
Awesome model, man! Justa a small comment: I don't like the drybrush in the tarp! Otherwise the kit is a good example of a fine Marder.
Good work!

Take care

Pato

by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2007-08-13 - 07:34

Terrific!, could you send me bigger pictures for our Military section at Modelersite.com. Also do you want to write for us?