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Oishi

Jadgtiger

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Hi all

i'm come back again with Jagdtiger,Kit from Dragon + PE Eduard

i hope you like it.all comments are welcome ..

Cheers

(Oishi)

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Hello Oishi,

Watching your Aircrafts build is ONE thing & AMAZING and now seeing this Jadgtiger

with its STUNNING paint job, the SUPERB weathering

and the MAGNIFICENT detailed work is OUTSTANDING.You fit in well with all genres of builds... :whistle:

BRILLIANT workmanship. :worship::worship::worship:

HOLMES

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Superb. There is very little, if anything in those pictures that gives away the fact that this is a model. The weathering is vitually perfect. The rain streaking on the hull superstructer and the fluid stains forward of the driver's hatch are particularly convincing. So is the shovel on the left front corner. This model really looks like the real thing.

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Super-Accurate look. I usually build Aircraft and last Month took a crack at the Dragon Panther II. Asking for breakdown of steps you used on the tracks on this one?

Specifically I like the metallic wear look without them all rusty. Also the paint worn off the road wheels. Thanks.

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Oishi that is BU-T-FUL just fantastic.

For my own education i've got a couple of questions for you:

#1- Why would they hang range/aiming poles on an anti tank machine?

#2- All i've ever read showed the FE as Dark Yellow or Grey and never Red,is Red correct?

Thanks for the info

Tony lee

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One of my all-time favorite tanks- and one of the best models I've ever laid eyes on! Cheers, Oishi! So beautifully painted- you've brought a host of techniques and tricks together in perfect harmony. Salute!

chuk

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big thumbs up ! super accurate and hyper real weathering :cheers:

Mark

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