Here it is, the E-25 done. Like it or loathe it as it’s a ‘paper panzer what-if 1946 blah blah blah’ but I’m quite pleased with and also it’s been nice to actually finish something :o) Hopefully this will make it into Model Military Int’l magazine in the new year sometime
I added a few decals just to jazz the thing up a bit; The next time you’ll see this is when it’s finished so stay tuned people :o)
While I’m on a roll I added to the camo scheme by spraying dots of all three colours used; It still looks fairly hideous but I’m hoping the weathering will turn it down from 11.Tonight I’ll add some decals from units that would have used Jagdpanzers and some numbers just to make it look half-decent.
Well I’ve put all my toys back in the pram after a couple of days away from the bench and the last bout of modelling frustration and re-sprayed the E-25. As posted earlier I was having problems spraying the new Ammo paints by Mig which could have been down to my idea of using TamiyaContinue reading “Trumpeter E-25; Back on it”
As it’s a ‘what-if, paper panzer etc’ I can pretty much do what the hell I like with this so today I tried some paints from the Mig Productions set ‘Late German Camouflages’, colours that were allegedly used in 1944-45.All I have to say is that there are some ‘interesting ‘ shades of paint; TalkContinue reading “Trumpeter E-25 painted”
I’ve managed to get some time at the bench today so I touched up the black undercoat then sprayed the base coat; I’ve used Tamiya XF-78 Wooden Deck Tan for a basecoat as it more or less matches the German Dunkelgelb which was used in the later stages of WW2 plus it will darken withContinue reading “Trumpeter E-25; paint is on”
A good modelling buddy of mine gave me this kit a few years ago as he got bored and was going to throw it away so I just HAD to give the poor thing a good home. Fast forward to 2015 and you may recall an earlier post in April of this year where IContinue reading “Trumpeter E-25 rescue”