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Some 1/16 & 1/35 scale models I've made in the last 2-3 years.

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Captain_Obvious65 #21 Posted Feb 07 2017 - 22:48

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Excellent work!

Mezrein #22 Posted Feb 07 2017 - 22:52

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Wow those are really well done. Ive always wanted to learn how to do the weathered and worn look. Not sure I have the patience for it though. How is it accomplished if you dont mind me asking?

CannedHam91 #23 Posted Feb 07 2017 - 23:00

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WOW!  Your weathering skills are top-notch.  Absolutely fabulous.  Maybe some u-tube videos to share your secrets???   Please???

Beornotns #24 Posted Feb 07 2017 - 23:03

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View PostNudnick, on Feb 07 2017 - 12:17, said:

Incredible detailing. Those belong in a museum.

 

 

WOW!  The little leaves are amazing!

 

~B

 

Amazing work!



Paul_1986 #25 Posted Feb 08 2017 - 01:00

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Thanks guys :)

 

View PostCannedHam91, on Feb 07 2017 - 23:00, said:

WOW!  Your weathering skills are top-notch.  Absolutely fabulous.  Maybe some u-tube videos to share your secrets???   Please???

 

lol thanks. But I think there are already a few thousand video's with step by step instructions available.

 

 

View PostMezrein, on Feb 07 2017 - 22:52, said:

Wow those are really well done. Ive always wanted to learn how to do the weathered and worn look. Not sure I have the patience for it though. How is it accomplished if you dont mind me asking?

 

I learned allot of it from youtube videos and trial and error to see what works and what dosent. The each model you make is better than the last.

 

Here are a few.

https://www.youtube....h?v=9lwPhDZjVC4

https://www.youtube....h?v=pKeXS0RPs3I

https://www.youtube....h?v=nx1e6ooh8PA

 

This guy is pretty good.

https://www.youtube....h?v=jKSZC2S1Pak

 

Besides that many kits out their either use cheap manufacturing or cheap plastic so the details are hard to make them look good. So I buy some of my aftermarket parts on ebay. Like the gun shield for the AT guns, covers, nets, ect which are made out of metal.

Like these.

http://www.ebay.com/...2-/142124170173

 

Other models I assemble from 6-7 different kits. The Tiger has at least 10+ different parts order from various ebay stores/sellers.

 

for example.

Leaves kit

https://www.amazon.c...c/dp/B00Y9CK9E2

 

Wine kit

https://www.amazon.c...s=1/35 wine kit

 

1/35 magazines, posters, pinups, ect

https://www.scalemat...nes-and-pin-ups

 

US WW2 machine gun sets.

http://store.spruebr..._p/aca13262.htm


Edited by Paul_1986, Feb 08 2017 - 01:10.


CannedHam91 #26 Posted Feb 08 2017 - 02:04

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Thanks for all the info Paul!!!

 



Paul_1986 #27 Posted Feb 17 2017 - 18:35

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A few more recently finished.

 

1:35 WW2 Ford V3000 German Truck

Spoiler

http://imgur.com/gallery/BNH8o

 

 

1:35 WW2 German 3.7cm Flak 37

Spoiler

http://imgur.com/gallery/kUSML

 

 

1:35 WW2 BMW R12 Motorcycle

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http://imgur.com/gallery/1E0qQ







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