By Samuel Dwyer
The time period Marder (meaning weasel) used to be the identify given to this kin of open-topped tank destroyers. Combining excessive mobility and heavy firepower, they observed major strive against motion in different theatres, This publication offers a close consultant to modelling the Marder in 1/35 scale, and provides varied demanding situations to modellers of all talents. Conversions, inside detailing, package bashing, including aftermarket figures and components, growing various finishes and weathering strategies are all lined in step by step visible aspect.
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The armour plates are commendably thin in the Alan Hobbies kit. Note the brown ModelKasten wheels. Adding rivets to the drive sprockets. The large grey area in the centre of the rivets is Tamiya putty, covering a large sink hole. Adding tools and vehicle stowage, from the Tamiya Panzer IV tool set. This set is a must have when working with kits of Eastern European origin. Fighting compartment interior. There isn’t a lot of information as to the configuration of the Marder II Ausf. D interior. Gun muzzle brake.
Marder IIIs were issued to Panzerjäger Abteilungen and served mainly on the Eastern Front; 66 were also delivered to North Africa in 1942. There are photographs of Marder IIIs being used in France as late as 1944. The model Tamiya’s beautiful model of the Marder III was released in 2001. The kit incorporates an incredible level of accuracy, fine rivet detail on the upper armour, delicate detail around the gun, and very accurate running gear. Built out of the box, it can be made into a fantastic model.
This gives a uniform base for the ensuing camouflage coats. I used Tamiya light grey surface primer. For paint on this Marder, I used Vallejo Model Air acrylic paint for airbrushes. The tank was given an overall coat of 052 German Grey, and left to dry. I left the paint to full harden overnight, and then applied Winsor & Newton artist masking fluid randomly with a piece of green kitchen scourer. This artist masking fluid is a latex rubber solution, and is applied with the scourer to randomly cover sections of German Grey paint.
Modelling the Marder Self-Propelled Gun by Samuel Dwyer