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Dienstag, 22. März 2011

JS-2 Stalin, Italeri, Update 2

I continued my work on the JS-2. I used "Revell Plasto" to fill the gaps between the turret and the gun and edged it with sand paper. I think it is o.k. Then I painted the rest of the tank, the tracks and road wheels. At the end I started with a wash.

The results so far:
Before the wash:

I think that the result is o.k. It doesn`t look like an AA-Tank no more!

You will find some pictures before the conversion in the posts below!

Kommentare:

  1. No, it doesn't Andreas!!!!
    You should be a surgeon!!The conversion is very good!!
    Nice painting also!
    T.

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  2. Thanks, Thanos and call me Dr.Mork ;-)

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  3. Great deal with the Putty. I f*ck it up every time. It just doesn't work with me ;)

    Two hints(Is it still WIP?):
    *The tracks look to shiny (even for the russian advance ;) )
    *Work with Oil-Paints and their proper diluent for oil-marks :)

    Greetings Mojo

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  4. @ Mojo: It is W.I.P. The tracks are drybrushed in an darke fleshtone and got a wash. But you can`t see it on these pictures. I´ve done it after making the pictures. Now the tank will be coated with "Glänzer" and after that the decals will follow. Yes, this kit has decals :-)Then a wash with diluted oil colours and a drybrush...

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  5. Nice job Dr Mork. Well done.

    Regards Paul

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  6. Looks good to me mate as well.Its a shame that kit doesn't come with any decals.

    Cheers Rich.

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  7. Nice job on that Mork, these may be simple kits but they look great if you put some time into them, which you have, nice job indeed

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  8. Thanks again.
    @Rich: This kit had decals with it! I forgot to mention!

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