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Author Topic: Sd.Kfz 173 Jagdpanther camouflage patterns - Earl Grey collection  (Read 34584 times)
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« on: 13 June 2009, 12:54:58 »
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The following are color profiles I've been collecting for years. They were taken from various sources and have either been found on the internet, donated by friends or scanned by myself which explains the variying quality.

Some notes beforehand:
- The most obvious mistake a lot of artist make is mistaking dusty road wheels to be painted in RAL7028 Dunkelgelb. Actual color of those road wheels depends on time of manufacture of the vehicle.
- I'll sort the profiles after units and have one post each for all respective vehicles. That way, I can always add new profiles should I find some.
- These patterns are historically accurate to a big degree (else they wouldn't be posted here). They can thus be used for modelling or wargaming purposes without second thoughts. (For interpretation of colors see below.)
- I tried to get unit, place and time correct for every profile, but that isn't always possible. Please don't regard the descriptions as 100% accurate, rather as a 'likely'.
- The colors shown in these profiles are not the historical colors of the respective vehicles but only an aproximation/impression of the respective artist. The general color placement of the three colors is correct, hue/saturation etc. are not.

If you have any questions (because I might have forgotten something), feel free to ask!
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« Reply #1 on: 13 June 2009, 12:55:58 »
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9.SS-PzDiv


- Hungary 1945
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« Reply #2 on: 13 June 2009, 12:57:49 »
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Panzer-Lehr-Division


- Germany, April 1945
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« Reply #3 on: 13 June 2009, 13:05:46 »
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sPzJgAbt654


- France, spring 1944


- Grafenwöhr, October 1944


- Grafenwöhr, October 1944


- Grafenwöhr, October 1944


- Grafenwöhr, October 1944


- Grafenwöhr, October 1944


- Grafenwöhr, October 1944


- Ruhr area, September 1944


- Alsace, February 1945


- Ruhr area, March 1945


- Ruhr area, March 1945






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Unknown


- France, winter 1944


- Germany 1945


- Germany 1945
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« Reply #5 on: 14 June 2009, 19:49:02 »
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Thanks for posting the camo for the Jagdpanthers.  I never get tired of looking at that tank hunter.  Seeing them makes me want to get back into making models and putting together dioramas again.  Ahh....someday.

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