Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Stug III Finished! atlast!

Just finished giving them the matt varnish, been painting for hours and I'm exhausted :p i hate painting Stugs right now, and it's going to be quite a while before i make another one, fantastic kits though and outstanding detail, really a pleasure to assemble and paint.

The kits in question are, as mention in other posts, both Dragon kits:





Dragon 7283 -  StuG.III Ausf.G Early Production
Dragon 7354  -  StuG.III Ausf.G (Reviewed it before)

The kits are basicly identical except the 7354 got side skirts, which look fantastic by the way, but 7283 is still a very good kit, but if you wanted to build a Stug III without side skirts you might as well buy the one with, since you'll have them as spare parts or maybe you change your mind.
Both kits were bought on HobbyEasy, and at the moment 7354 is only 2HKD more expensive than 7283, so it's not like it will ruin your.




Here are a couple of pictures of the painting in progress. It took quite a while longer than i had planned to finish these two, i had actually hoped to start priming my JagdPanthers and maybe even give them a basecoat before i went to bed yesterday, this was not to happen though.


And here are the finished Stugs! enjoy and if you want to you can leave a comment below this post.






Here you can see them with my old Stug III on the right, i think they all turned out alright.


As usual these Dragon kits are pure pleasure to build and i can only recommend both kits for every 1/72 enthusiast.

2 comments:

  1. Holy shit your models are amazing! keep 'em coming! :D

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  2. Awesome models! Could you please take a picture of one next to a Warhammer 40mm round base for scale? Thanks.

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