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WIP 1/72 Centaur part 4

August 9 2012 at 8:45 PM
Danl Dunbar  (Login danldunbar)
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Hi guys, what a right royal pain in the ass, but its starting to take shape, for anyone new to this project, this is a Royal Marine support group Centaur conversion of the 1/72 Revell Cromwell, decals are from Bison, the turret decals were a nightmare, and took about 2hrs on their own, the decal instruction advised to cut off all the detail from the turret and apply, however to get them to fit I cut them up and placed them around the turret detail, I had to seal them with a gloss coat, it was worth it in the end, I think they look effective, I will have to add the odd number and line with free hand, ignore any gloss effect, the next step will be a matt coat, then onto weathering, all comments welcome.

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Robert Yeatman
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Re: WIP 1/72 Centaur part 4

August 9 2012, 11:30 PM 

The decals look great, 2 hours well spent! Looking forward to weathering and more.

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elliott winthrop
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Very nice Danl

August 10 2012, 3:02 AM 

looks the business for sure.
Cheers Elliott

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Andrew Smith
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It may have been a battle.....

August 10 2012, 7:41 AM 

But you've emerged victorious.....That is a great looking little model!

All the best
Andy S.

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Alfred van Netburg
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Beautiful paint

August 10 2012, 9:54 AM 

...And decal work ! The decals make this one realy coming to life, well done.
Is this model going into a diorama of some kind ?


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Carlos Pitteri
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Re: WIP 1/72 Centaur part 4

August 10 2012, 1:26 PM 

The work in the decals deserve the effort cause it looks spectacular!. Great model, Like a lot the paint.
Very good job.
Off the topic, I'm tryng with the scy fy and i use to visit your blog for inspiration. Amazing all your works.


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Danl Dunbar
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Re: WIP 1/72 Centaur part 4

August 10 2012, 8:16 PM 

Thanks guys, this tank is actually going to a follower of my blog as a prize in a competition I ran, incidentally, the yellow vehicle in the header of my blog was also given away.
Thanks Carlos, good to hear I have provided inspiration, any questions you may have, feel free to ask.

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Ricardo Haddad
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Really Great Job!

August 11 2012, 3:11 PM 


Your works are inspiring me to convert one of my Cromwells into a Centaur. Congratulations! BTW, did you convert yourself or used a kit made by someone?

Off Topic: Dear Carlos, If you want to change ideas with me about figures and sci-fi, I may be of some help. Please drop me some lines.

Happy modeling, Ricardo

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Danl Dunbar
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Re: Really Great Job!

August 12 2012, 6:29 AM 

Hi Ricardo

Thanks, this was my own conversion, here is a link to pics before paint.

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