Third and last part of this WIP, where we can see the finished E-100 Jagdpanzer Krokodil from Heer46.
After painting the modulation and camo, which we saw in the last article, it’s time for fun!
I applied a pin wash on the whole model to give it some high contrast areas.
Working with decals on this model was simple. I only used four of them. The classic german numerals and the german cross in both sides.
I wanted a discreet weathering on this model. Since it is a vehicle that never saw the light, I did not want a worn tank in the middle of a campaign. Just a few little scratches result of maneuvers.
To finish it up, I used some pigments in the tracks and the underbody. And that’s it!
You can follow the process in the other entries:
Heer46 E-100 Jagdpanzer Krokodil – Part I Starting
Heer46 E-100 Jagdpanzer Krokodil – Part II Modulation and Camo
Heer46 E-100 Jagdpanzer Krokodil – Part III Weathering and Final