Pz. Sfl.IVb | Armorama™

I present my first model painted with an airbrush. I overdid it a little with dirt and dust, but it seems to me that this can also be the case. I made a roll of tarpaulin out of a glove myself. Everything else is from the set, no aftermarket.


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Very nice. Weathering is well done.:+1::+1:

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This photo of your model looks great but can’t open the article. I see this instead

Telling me to Go Back Home. I thought we were cool :grin:

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Nice job

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Link fixed. Seems the author edited the feature after post.

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I’m new to the site. Do you need some kind of article?

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It’s broken again …

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Nice work, but yes the link to the article does not work again.

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Online again. Please do not edit it unless you have a reason for that, otherwise it goes offline until approved. And do not change the categories assigned.

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@Leonid
Latex or Nitrile glove? Interesting idea and effect.

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Nitrile glove

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Sorry for a question.
When my article will be approved? I’m edited it almost 5 days ago…

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It was approved Leonid, I was able to view it. However, every time you edit it the article, you break the link and it has to be re-approved.

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Great job there

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I really like the detail of the rolls.

Is the tarpaulin still flexible to the touch? Would you explain the procedure?

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Yes, the tarpaulin remains elastic.

  1. cut out a rectangle from the signet
  2. roll it into the desired shape
  3. I pull with thread
  4. I paint it in the main color
  5. install it in place
  6. add a little wash and dry brush

from the glove you can make a tarpaulin of any kind and shape - rolls folded in half …

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Thanks for the directions.

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Can you really have to much weathering on a tank?

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Oh yes!