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|liborn||17 Apr 2013 3:10 p.m. PST|
I would definately be ordering some of these but after much searching the North Star site, they are still AWOL! Any help will be appreciated
| Editor in Chief Bill ||17 Apr 2013 4:05 p.m. PST|
|korsun0 ||18 Apr 2013 6:26 a.m. PST|
That's a nice paint job; the one in the first picture with the Faust on his shoulder really looks to me like he is feeling the cold
|The Gray Ghost||10 Jun 2013 11:22 a.m. PST|
|The Tin Dictator||26 Nov 2013 7:08 a.m. PST|
All the panzerfausts and panzerschrecks I have ever seen in museums have been field gray in color. I notice that 90% of the ones I see on the tabletop have been painted yellow/ochre as if they are in the Afrika Korps.
Why is that? Is it simply so they are easier to see on the table top? Or, is there a more "historic" reason for the paint job?
|Michael Gesser||06 Feb 2014 2:19 p.m. PST|
Dunkelgelb was the standard color
.donk know what museums you are going to..
|combatpainter ||07 Feb 2014 5:40 p.m. PST|
|The Tin Dictator||11 Feb 2014 7:19 a.m. PST|
Dunkelgelb was the standard color….donk know what museums you are going to..
Interesting, apparently the museums I go to allow anyone in, not just s. It was an honest question. I wasn't looking for a fight.
A quick google search finds a variety of colors. The yellow is the most predominant but there are plenty of others as well.