Your words are my inspiration to move forward on this project and they are very much appreciated.
Here is the work progress of where I am now.
There was a number of washes and pigments placed around the Tank using Mig Ammo Damp Earth thinned down with the Ammo thinner used in a combination with a mixed airfield dust pigment and thinner applied with a thin brush on the lower hull.
The upper hull was given a coat of the Ammo damp earth and thinned with Ammo Thinner then applied with a wide flat brush.
The upper part of the hull raised surfaces had the Ammo Dunklegrau High Lights and a mix of Ammo grey to bring out the raised sections.
Vellajo acrylic leather was painted on the commanders hatch and the side visors also received a touch of the same colour for the forehead pads.
Mig ammo steel was painted around various edges where the crew would access getting in and out of the tank.
The tyres had been painted in the Ammo Rubber and tire colour. This colour gives a presentation of worn rubber and it's about time someone released this paint. :good
The track received a coat of Humbrol Matt 29 with a coat of Flat clear.
I then used the Ammo track wash for the external side of the track to give a depth appearance of the track.
The track then received a coat of Humbrol Metal buff 27003 on both the inside and outside of the track to give a the track a worn appearance of travelling all those miles.
There are still a lot of areas around the tank that need rectifying with missing parts.
I hope you like where I am at present as there is a bucket load of work to be completed before mounting onto the trailer.