Hello everyone! Sharing my most recent WIP - Dragon’s Tiger I Mid Production with zimmerit. Very nice kit with a ton of detail, and an excellent selection of decals. I decided to build a vehicle from the Pz.Abt.503, supposedly belonging to Panzer Regiment Bake and deployed to the Cherkassy Pocket, Ukraine in Januaray 1944. Not the easiest of builds but taking the build slowly will yield great results. My only issue is I badly damaged one of the spare track hangers - I glued it upside down and severely damaged it when removing the part. Rather unfortunate but decided to leave it as is. Constructive feedback is always appreciated.
Very well done, nicely restrained weathering.
Beautiful job, I really like the weathering as well. Will you be adding any figures to it? Thank you for sharing it with us, very inspiring. Best regards…Dale
Once again, you have pulled off an excellent paint job! and I like the weathering too.
Very nicely done. Lovely subtle weathering and a great overall rendition. Well done
Thanks Colin! I really appreciate it
Thanks Dale! I don’t have a winter crew ready for this model unfortunately. Maybe I’ll add a tank commander later - I left the commander’s hatch movable
Thank you for your kind words as always, Joe
Thanks John! I love doing these winter camos, the weathering really adds a stark contrast to the whitewash.
Hi, i am thinking of doing the same whitewash T1 myself, you have done an excellent job, can’t even find the error with the spare track. Cheers from Sydney, AU.
Excellent Tiger. Love the painting and weathering. Screams for a diorama setting.
Thanks Peter! I really appreciate it Hope you folks over there are safe from the pandemic!
Thanks Charles! I’ve really been meaning to do dioramas at one point - unfortunately I don’t think I have the space for them. I’m thinking of starting small, with an A4 sized one so I can easily store it for later
This is great. I’d like to do one of these. I’m confused about what track options are in the box? What tracks did you use for your build?
Thanks Phil. I used the DS Tracks that came with the kit - they’re not half bad to be fair.