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B1 bis WIP part 15

March 13 2017 at 8:42 AM
Andrey Fonin  (Login saleh71)
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I've painted burned areas, scratches and mud on the hull bellow fenders. It allows me to glue together a lot op parts (hull, wheels, fenders and roof plates).

Part 14 is here http://www.network54.com/Forum/110741/message/1485897123/B1+bis+WIP+part+14+%28diorama%29


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Tom Morgan
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This is one of the very best "wrecked" tanks that I have seen. The . . .

March 13 2017, 9:58 AM 

. . . . scorched paint and metal are excellent.
I am keen to see how you manage the exhausts and their covers.

 
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Anonymous
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Re: This is one of the very best "wrecked" tanks that I have seen. The . . .

March 16 2017, 1:26 PM 

Thank you Tom!

I ain't going to make a lot of rust and scratches on the exhausts and their covers. This tank was in action only for few days before it was blown up. Dust and mud will be applied for sure happy.gif

 
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Andrew Tomlinson
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Fantastic !!

March 14 2017, 5:53 AM 

Hi

Would the rivets on the back plate still be there though? If the plate had buckled and popped off, they'd probably have sheared off and left holes in the plate...

Looks great otherwise.

Cheers
Andrew

 
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Anonymous
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Re: Fantastic !!

March 16 2017, 1:21 PM 

Thanks Andrew!

I have picture of the Rhone from the back. All rivets were in place happy.gif
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Steve Pilbeam
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Sheer Brilliance in execution !

March 14 2017, 7:26 AM 

Hi Andrey, absolutely marvellous WIP, its good to see the contrast and difference in the weathered and non weathered panels, its looking really good !!

 
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Anonymous
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Re: Sheer Brilliance in execution !

March 16 2017, 1:21 PM 

Thanks Steve!

 
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Steven Maes
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absolutely wonderful

March 14 2017, 11:04 AM 

I've been following your build since the beginning, absolutely wonderful work.

One thing I couldn't help but notice; the rusted metal parts from the scorched paint and where the turret used to be, but then there is still shiney metal parts on the drive wheel in front and the sprocket in the back. Is this because of the work in progress or was it a specific choice to contrast?

Either way, this model is really awe in spiring. thanks for sharing your work!

 
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Anonymous
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Re: absolutely wonderful

March 16 2017, 1:33 PM 

Than you Steven!

The place under turret was burned by open fire. So I made it rusty. All wheels and sprockets were not damaged by fire and some spots of shining metal will be there. As i said before - this tank was in action just for few days in 1940

 
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Scottie
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excellent

March 14 2017, 3:49 PM 

A beautifully executed build

 
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Anonymous
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Re: excellent

March 16 2017, 1:34 PM 

Thanks Scottie

 
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