Panthers: Modelling the TAKOM Family – MIG6270
The Panther tank is undoubtedly one of World War II’s most iconic armoured vehicles. In Panthers: Modelling the TAKOM Family, the reader is shown how to build and paint the Panther models produced by Takom. From painting interiors to the final weathering processes, the book shows the different camouflage schemes used at various periods of the war, levels of weathering, winter camouflage, elements in primer, a tool and equipment painting guide, application of Zimmerit, the products and colours suitable for each technique, and much more.
The book also includes a proper historical introduction to the Panther with reference photos that will help you to familiarise yourself with this legendary armoured vehicle, as well as a camouflage guide with 49 colour profiles for all the variants of the Panther. In a nutshell, TAKOM’S PANTHERS is arguably the most complete modelling book about the Panther tank ever published.
This model range includes all of the early, middle and late production versions of the Panther tank and its derivatives: The Panther D, A and G; Jagdpanther G1 and G2, Bergepanther, and even the Flakpanther. In addition, each kit includes decals for a wide variety of different markings and subjects, which will allow you to choose your preferred camouflage scheme for each vehicle. These unparalleled models are undoubtedly the best choice available for fans of this mythical tank.
Author: Sergiusz Peczek, Charlie Pritchett, Bernhard Lustig, Mario Eens, David Pérez, Khoi Tran, Yuebiao Huang, Daniele Guglielmi
Colour Profiles: 49
Physical: Softcover, 305x215mm, portrait
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