In case you missed some:
Schwere PanzerJagerKompanie Part I - Intro
Schwere PanzerJagerKompanie Part II - Preperation
Schwere PanzerJagerKompanie Part III - Airbrushing
One thing that could possibly be the best thing to advance my painting besides the airbrush, is a wet palette. I can't believe how many years I went without one of these. It saves so much paint. I always found, especially with brown and flesh colours that they dried up so fast. Dried acrylic paint is amazingly hard to clean from a plastic palette. The wet palette is just amazing. Its super cheap for how much time and paint it saves. I would suggest it to anyone. Its basically a piece of paper over a wet sponge. I can leave a spot of paint over night or even a few days, and still be able to use it. I cannot stress enough for new painters (and experienced ones) to get a wet palette.
The last thing I do, once infantry detailing is done, is to go back over each guy. Mistakes will be made. Its usually flesh colour on the uniform base coat. So, I just quickly check things over and cover up any mistakes.
Tanks I don't do any details. I do a pretty heavy drybrush after the wash, and it ruins any details you might paint, like tool handles. So there is no point.
Then everything gets mounted (ha ha...I said mounted) back on the prescription bottles and ready for a layer of Gloss Varnish.
I'm thinking of doing a gloss varnish on the artillery crew. I've never done this before a wash with infantry before. But I'm hearing more and more the gloss varnish helps a wash flow...I'm still thinking about it.
And a little teaser to the BergePanther. Added a chain and pulley.