They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
As I work my way through the large number of vehicles in my WW2 German motor pool, I always browse through images on the internet for sources of inspiration when painting camouflage patterns. Whilst many come from various illustrations and period photos, I’m always a fan seeing what other modellers have done – especially those who work with 1/35 scale kits.
This was the case when I was looking for a colour scheme for a couple of Marder IIIs.
I found a couple that I really liked. The first is from the Armorama website
This a lovely built kit. Full details here
My own version in 15mm
The second was a rather striking camouflage pattern from a Marder III built by Lars Richter
and again, my own version in 15mm
The 15mm Marders are from the Plastic Soldier Company P38T kit. They are easy to assemble and look pretty good when finished