German Tank Destroyer Marder III Ausf.M - Carlos Blanco (Von Voll Damm)
This is Tamiya´s 1/35th scale Marder III M.
Added Eduard f.e., Gun metal barrel from Jordi Rubio, and Friul Model Tracks.
Painted with airbrush, oils and Mig pigments.
Hope you like it.
Greetings from Barcelona.
(VUELVE A INTENTAR PILLAR MI CLAVE Y VERAS QUIEN SE RIE MAS)
Feedback on my model here
Marder III (March 31, 2006) - Massimo Benedetti
Beautiful winter camo, good work !
Marder III (March 31, 2006) - Dale Eckhardt
I was kinda hoping you had a Marder on here, it look's great. I can see what you mean about the oils and pigments.
You used a "sludge" method in order to create the mud, not? I've experimented a bit with mud but haven't come up with a consistency I'm happy with yet, but I'm not going to give up on it.
Again Carlos, your Marder is outstanding, especially for someone with a soft spot for the German armor.
Marder III (April 28, 2006) - Patrick Leferink
Marvelous Marder you've made Carlos.
In my opinion that's the way it should look.
Can you tell me in what following order you bring on the paint,
and how you did that?
Greetings from the Netherlands.
Thank Patrick (May 9, 2006) - Carlos Blanco (Von Voll Damm)
Thanks for your comments about my Marder.
Maybe it will be so extensive to tell you this way how I´ve done it (the painting procedure). If you´re interested on it here´s my mail adress: firstname.lastname@example.org (or) email@example.com
Anything you need, I´ll be there.
Thanks and best regards Patrick.
great marder ! :) (March 2, 2007) - Attila
hey im 14 and that marder is awesome..... i cant belive it
great work !
how did u do the paint to make it look like if it was pealing of ? and the mud on the tracks ... ?
great job man
plz try not to e-mail just post comment on page
thx and thx for any tips guys :)
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