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« στις: Απρίλιος 04, 2010, 10:17:02 μμ »
hi everybody, sorry i  have not been here lately.
i been wondering about something that bothers me a little bit,
normally we paint the german tanks with the official  camo, and do  some kind of chipping effect,so grey  paint is often used for this, but i was thinking, did the german used a red primer it should be red chipping not grey, what do you think about this?

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« Απάντηση #1 στις: Απρίλιος 05, 2010, 10:02:43 πμ »
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« Απάντηση #2 στις: Απρίλιος 11, 2010, 10:29:27 μμ »
thanks for the links george
so according to those articles, the finish in my bergepanther is wrong, instead of  dark gray it should be  red oxide primer, but now is too late for that, and i consider that  it looks better in gray than in red, what do you think?

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« Απάντηση #3 στις: Απρίλιος 12, 2010, 07:20:26 μμ »
Παράθεση από: David G.
thanks for the links george
so according to those articles, the finish in my bergepanther is wrong, instead of  dark gray it should be  red oxide primer, but now is too late for that, and i consider that  it looks better in gray than in red, what do you think?

My opinion too, it looks better in gray   

For the Bergepanther the primer was red.  Generally after 1941 the use of gray primer was abolished 
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« Απάντηση #4 στις: Απρίλιος 13, 2010, 05:16:57 πμ »
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My opinion too, it looks better in gray  

For the Bergepanther the primer was red.  Generally after 1941 the use of gray primer was abolished  

 i wonder, how my  jagdpanzer  will look with the red  primer?

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« Απάντηση #5 στις: Απρίλιος 13, 2010, 11:11:29 πμ »
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i wonder, how my  jagdpanzer  will look with the red  primer?

Having seen your work, it's gonna look just great.
Historically it will be correct  
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« Απάντηση #6 στις: Απρίλιος 13, 2010, 03:29:19 μμ »
If you are interested in late war German Tanks  the use of red primer ( or better oxide red) is more accurate. However considering the rush of war and any lack of materials, it was not the rule for priming. Sometimes tanks had just to go out of production to the battlefiled , no matter what!

Just check the links George sent you, I think you can get your answers there.

For what it regards your job I think it was an excellent piece of work and you don't have to worry for some minor faults. Anyjow this is hobby first, that satisfies our needs and is not a competition.


Rgds



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« Απάντηση #7 στις: Απρίλιος 17, 2010, 02:44:44 πμ »
thanks  guys!!!!