The WIP for Panther continue. Well, nothing much to talk about actually…I got totally busy having fun with other things and left the Panther abandoned for quite sometime the current status is that the fitting is done and the tank is ready for some paint job ^^
Hello Ladies and Gentlemen,
A new year is the perfect moment to put another good model kit in progress. This time, reporting for duty is the notorious, Sd.Kfz.171 ‘Panther Ausf.G’. Yup, Panther is really famous during its service in World War II, those Germans really know how to create a terrifying battle machine. In the present days, Panther is also famous among military modeler, it’s like every scale modeler should at least experience one Panther in his entire scale modeling career And this time, it’s my turn have the experience.
After a long and very slow progress, I finally have some updates on this massive build.
The color of USS Enterprise is unique. Even though it seems like an all around light gray in the movies or in the box art, when you take a look at the manual, there is this pattern and combination of light and darker gray. This pattern is known as the Aztec Pattern. Usually, a USS Enterprise kit comes with a big decals to create this pattern. Unfortunately, this one I’m building right here, have no decals at all T.T So I have to create the Aztec Pattern in any way possible.
“There will always be different experience each time you build a scale model”, is a sentence I keep repeating when starting off with a new project. After about 9 kits since I begin this hobby (which is still a low number of finished kits T.T), that particular sentence remains true. There will always be different tanks, different gunplas, same kit with a different finishing and the list goes on. For the USS Enterprise that I’m currently working on, not only that it is my first non-mecha sci-fi project which makes it different, but also the fact that it is a restoration project which needs repair here and there that excites me