PSC Panthers

Here is the finished state of my PSC panthers. I know that the lehr did not mark panthers with it’s divisional marking “L”, but I took some artistic liberties here. I think they came out exceptionally well and they are now my two favorites! I also have festooned the tanks with some fine leaf foliage from woodland scenics to simulate the branches that the Germans placed on their armor to conceal them from air attack. I have not glued it on yet and trying to decide of I should make them more permanent fixtures on these wonderful pieces? Below are pictures of both ways…

Hope you enjoy!

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6 comments on “PSC Panthers

  1. DaveM says:

    These look really good, both with and without the foliage. I think it was a good decision to leave off the external turret MGs as the images I saw (I think the 15mm version) looked a bit crude and chunky – something I have found with a few PSC kits. Anyway, great work and I can see I will need some of these!

    Cheers, Dave

  2. They look kick arse Ted! Very nice execution on these mate.

    • tigerlaxer05 says:

      Thanks Paul!

      They are lovely beasts indeed! Look out for my next AAR… I also noticed some awesome work on your blog and the dark side…. Metal…. I may have been convinced to start filling in with some poses myself…

      Cheers,

      Ted

  3. Al says:

    Very cool Blog mate, link added 🙂

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