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Italeri 1/35 Panzer IV Ausf. H
“Final Finish”

After finishing up with “Chipping” I next moved on to the hand painting of the onboard tools,tracks,wheels,sprockets,etc. Gave it a good look over, satisfied with the result, I got it ready for the next step.

I used Testor’s Model Master Acrylic Gloss for the wash. After spraying, I let dry for two days. Then applied I applied the water slide markings. These were of the Pz. Reg. 24. 24 Pz. Div. Northern Italy, in September 1943.

Now it was time for applying the “wash”. I used a combination of MIG Productions and “AK Interactive” washes and pigments, followed next by applying a dull coat, drybrushing and mud applicationj.

Enclosed are some pics. below,enjoy. Thanks Mates.

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Italeri 1/35 Panzer IV Ausf. H (Kit# 6486)

Pics of Later Steps,Barrel on Order

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Italeri 1/35 Panzer IV Ausf. H (Kit# 6486)
Construction Steps 1-5

In these steps was the construction of the lower hull, along with the suspension sub-assemblies. Also the start of construction of the upper hull.

These steps went along very smoothly,with fitting not such a problem. The detail was not that bad,but I recommend PE sets. I used the MG tip from Arber. The kit does have a steel barrel and some basic PE,such as for the fenders.

 

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