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Thursday, June 7th 2007, 10:44pm

Panther G/GPM and conversion sets

Welcome!
I would like to show You rebuilt of my old GPM Panther G (yellow series).This model stayed on the side and covered dust.I used and changed some parts as a commander cupola ,driver`s and radio operator hatches from another paper model.On this model I tested new zimmerit by putty,and after new scheme painted air brush.
After long time,last week i has gone far.I use resin parts as a drive sprockets ,tracks and fun covers.I plane to use PE parts from Aber too.


Panther after painting radically changed.



To be continue.
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Friday, June 8th 2007, 9:09am

RE: Panther G/GPM and conversion sets

Hi PITERPANZER,

why you don't load your pictures as "Dateianhang" to this server? Imageshack isn't an alternative.

Are you selfmolding your resinparts? The track looks very realistic.

Bye Andreas
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Saturday, June 16th 2007, 9:16pm

Hi Jagdpanther!
Well if You ask me about image shack- I write post in english and do copy-paste at some forums,this makes my work shorter.

Now ,what is more interesting for us ;) -resin parts.
It is my productions. I `ve got tracks to Panther/Jagdpanther and T34 just now,but I plane to do more.
I prepare wheels to Pz III, Pz IV families ,different variants T34wheels and steel wheels to Panther,late Tiger I and King Tiger.
I do for my 1-25 scale paper and plastic models metal gun barrels too.
I hope all will available to the end of this year. More info You can find on 1-25 forum,via small banner link.
Welcome :)
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Saturday, July 28th 2007, 1:34pm

I don`t have vein for this model,but well.
Some a little late pics.The road wheels i can correct just little,and glue so many bolts is boring.


PE grills from Aber I glued to resin fans.By the way I measure up this PE kit to Panther G from Halinski and it fit in.




I eliminate front periscopes from GPM ,and scratch another.To prepaired earlier wholes I plane to glue resin or metal from Aber PE kit.


All what You see on pics above is now after first painting.Next step is soldering the chains to reserve tracks stelage.
And now the question,for what I do this face lifting?This panther was so beautiful and could stay longer. ;)


P.S. By the way - why somebody moves this relation to the gallery?
For me should be at "Bauberichte ".
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Wednesday, August 1st 2007, 1:36pm

During my "war" with Panther I `ve found the way to correct inner road wheels line.
New parts come from AH Panter,but for easier reseat I cut out center.


New center is covered by paper meniscus lid,done by this useful tool

Prepainting

Today I tested new screws from Draf Model,and I find the way to run away negative effect visible on pics (You see paper duality and flocks).Positive effect gives for me dripped by Cjano-acril (CA)glue =Superglue.The diffence You can see on some wheels.By the way i finish commander cupola.Now he can hold on.

I painted Fans covers too.(I was within an inch of cut out engine deck,for correct them ,but I promise myself never do this.)
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Friday, August 3rd 2007, 11:45pm

The last update before vacation trip.
During my "war" with Panther I `ve found the way to correct inner road wheels line.
New parts come from AH Panter,but for easier reseat I cut out center.



New center is covered by paper meniscus lid,done by this useful tool


Prepainting

Today I tested new screws from Draf Model,and I find the way to run away negative effect visible on pics (You see paper duality and flocks).Positive effect gives for me dripped by Cjano-acril (CA)glue =Superglue.The diffence You can see on some wheels.By the way i finish commander cupola.Now he can hold on.

I painted Fans covers too.(I was within an inch of cut out engine deck,for correct them ,but
I promise myself never do this.)


The left site is ready.All screws and meniscus lids glued exception inner road wheels line,because I decide to cover all by mud .



All painted by H93 and H116,next weathered by dry brush H53 and H33 solution.
My next toy is spray- mud .I put them on road wheels and chassi.Mud overflow eliminatedby brush.



To the end ,sorry ,it was stronger then me.I put track and add figures.


See You next time. All comments welcome
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Saturday, August 4th 2007, 12:31am

Dear Piter,

your work is amazing and I enjoy to see your masterpieces. I have only a very frank question. Why don't you upload your pictures directly here in the forum ? Platforms such as "fotosik" are quite slow and sometimes in the future your images are deleted and then we all will cry for them.

Anyway I appreciate to see more.

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Thursday, August 30th 2007, 7:00pm

Thanks Rene for Your words.Sometimes Fotosik/Imageshack is useful,sometimes arduous.Well ,I write my post on some forums and I would like to stay on one way.I hope You understand me.


Before my vacation I had done side fenders supports based on PE Aber kit ,but later it proves that all fenders have wrong diameter.


It was sure that .....I removed oryginal fenders and used fenders based on Aber PE kit too.



I decide ,to correct the diameter difference on the last section.This way it `ll be possible to use skirts /Schurtzen/ like in Aber PE kit .This way all is compatibile.
On the pic below plastic Panther G from Academy with Aber`s fenders and skirts.
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Saturday, September 1st 2007, 2:42pm

Hello !!
New fenders on the tank

I drill wholes in fenders ,they will usefull to middle the fenders supports .

Fenders supports at 2D and 3D.Small holes made by cave-tool,and drip CA glue.Now just correct hole by bit(borer) and I can fix all together.
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Saturday, September 15th 2007, 10:04am

I decide to make a biger face lifting.
At this panther G is wrong engine deck,looks like A version.
The first pics after engine deck operating.
Excision "sick tissue" doesn`t destroy zimmerit :D



I adopt from AH` Panther engine deck,added small modyfication,rely reduction airintakes .This way Aber`s grills will on one level with engine deck.



All fit in ,no glue yet.


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Sunday, September 23rd 2007, 8:01pm

Hello!
I`ve done next unplane step.I cut out armor plate over all engine compartment.Probably in future I `ll add resin engine there.


What a pity ,that fans and air intakes will not visible at details when i put PE grills.

I have to do all hinges :( and after glue all PE elements for tools and reserve tracks.

Is anybody visite my relation ?(
I try again ->
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Sunday, September 23rd 2007, 9:31pm

Thank You "Unvisible Hand" =D>
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Monday, September 24th 2007, 4:52am

Hi PITERPANZER,
your version of the GPM-Panther looks in many details (like Zimmerit and others) not as the original (GPM). The original looks like handpainted, but yours more realistic. What have you make for that. In this case, I mean not the PE-Parts. That can be everybody.

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Tuesday, September 25th 2007, 4:23pm

Thanks Jagdpanther .
PE parts and chains give for me more natural look for model.I love them ,and never another way gives the same effect.This is my choose forever.
I introduced PE kit to panther G here. The same PE kit for Academy`s plastic panther is correct to Panther G from AH as You can observe at this topic.Well,the way what You go depend only You.
Best wishes from Gdansk Piter
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Saturday, September 29th 2007, 5:49pm

Hello again !
The next paper details added-hinges and hatches



Rear


By the way some chassi details added


and figure
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Saturday, September 29th 2007, 6:27pm

Just impressive!!
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Tuesday, October 2nd 2007, 10:39am

Thanks Josve.I hope more Friends like it ?(
On sunday I`ve started to fix tracks and PE kit.


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Tuesday, October 2nd 2007, 11:03am

Hello Piterpanzer!

I really like the way you enhance the models.
Are the tracklinks resin parts?? Who made them??
They sure look good!!
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Tuesday, October 2nd 2007, 11:48am

Hi Josve nice to hear You again.
You`re right ,tracks are by resin,are moveable,if You decide to use pins like I `ve done on my plastic 1-25 Panther G.
Here i connect tracks by CA glue ,only this around drive sprocket ,idle wheel and upper part will be connected by pins for natural look.
This tracks You can get at 1-25 Saf shop(another Panzer Hobby Art)Welcome!
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Tuesday, October 2nd 2007, 12:00pm

He he Yes I have been looking in your shop.....and really have to stop myselves from getting more stuff :)
But the track looks so good that I might just break down one day and get some!!
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Tuesday, October 2nd 2007, 3:40pm

I hear negative opinion and words from carton purists :(when i use and connect paper-card ,resin and PE kits.
Well,that my way , and I do that just for my models ,because they are together with plastic brothers on one diorama :D.
The same I hear when I got paper-card interior to 1-25 plastic Tiger
Break every rule for models ,that all :yahoo:
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Sunday, October 7th 2007, 10:35pm

A bigger elements I solder without problems but small chains was stronger then me.
I try frequently ,and when my nervous system was completely destroyed :gaga: help CA glue =D>.
Some pics make me happy (maybe)
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Sunday, October 14th 2007, 1:57pm

Panther losts KiNN (historical inaccuracy,because kinn was on late panther but without zimmerit)
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Sunday, November 4th 2007, 6:31pm

Hello!
Time for small update.
Panther losts kinn manlet and late left ventilator cover-this way it is early G version.
The one before last step,but most difficult is fixing the PE elements.
Now minimum words,maximum pics.














It`s probably the last post in my relation.
Welcome to gallery when camo is ready.
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Saturday, November 24th 2007, 10:21pm

I have problem to finish my relation.Time to late update.The last PE claimps ,but without tools.I promise to introduce step by step how i do tracks.






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Saturday, November 24th 2007, 10:40pm

Man those detals looks really good!!
The tracks is really something special!
Looking forward to the step by step lessons!
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Thursday, November 29th 2007, 12:04am

Thanks Josve,I`m waiting Your lesson with pleasure.

Relation is over and as I promised before short step by step on resin tracks.
New product before dressing


gently break off a holder (base)


with knife and modeler file break off all odds and heads


drill half of track wide with bit 0,8 mm,change side and repeat


the same 0,8mm bit go accross all track wide


drill common channel for 2 tracks


clean tracks from resin powder,connect by pin


repeat how long track You need



Thank You for Your attention and welcome to gallery and to comments.
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