The Jagdpanther was a tank destroyer built by Nazi Germany during World War II based on the chassis of the Panther tank. It entered service late in the war and saw service on the Eastern and Western fronts. Many military historians consider the Jagdpanther to be one of the best tank destroyers of the war due to the combination of the very powerful 8.8 cm KwK 43 cannon and the characteristically excellent armor and suspension of the Panther chassis.

Managed to get one cheap in a Hobbycraft sale. You can see how I painted the ruins on this page.

The kit consists of the resin building, a resin hull and metal components such as tracks and track guards.

The main part of the model is the resin hull, which is well detailed.

The tracks were glued to the hull.

What I think is the radio was glued to the rear of the upper part of the hull.

The remaining metal components were then fitted to the tank.

Alongisde my Total Battle Miniatures ruins.

The model was then given a white undercoat.

The next stage was to give the underbody a dark brown basecoat. This will add shadow to the underneath of the model. I then sprayed the models with Warpaint German Armour.