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T-34/76 Factory N112. model late 1942. (WIP).

March 22 2009 at 5:28 PM

Joaquin G Gazquez  (Login Joaquinsig)
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Hi Guys,

Some time ago, I started this Tamiya T-34/76, one of my characteristics like modeller, is my way to work, usually I start a project, and sometimes I shelve the project until new ideas or the need to finish a model push me to finish it.

This time, two reasons have the boost for the finish, I like a lot to do a 1/48 model and AMT Show is very near, and I like to participate in the quarter scale section.

I rescue the model, and this weekend I'm working on it, my latest post about it in this forum is:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/527528/message/1186958890/T-34-76+Factory+N%BA112%2C+Model+Build+Late+1942

Now I'm painting the model, I choosed a winter polish version:
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For the color patch I made this easy test.

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I convert it to black and white:
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I think a dark green is OK, LOGICAL.

Now the model:
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In this stage I paint the whitewash, with enamel and partially removed before completely dry:
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I worked the surface with oils and little retouches with white acrylics:
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I will paint now the chipping and the wheels.

I hope you like it.

Best Regards All.

JQN~
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http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/

 
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  1. Nice to - Domingo Hernndez on Mar 22, 6:27 PM
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  3. i like t34... - Murat zgl on Mar 22, 7:12 PM
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  5. cold and snow.... - Michael Vlasak on Mar 23, 1:23 AM
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  7. Re: T-34/76 Factory N112. model late 1942. (WIP). - Xavier Ruiz on Mar 23, 5:58 AM
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  9. Nice Job and Explanation... - Jos A. Soroa (Yiyo) on Mar 23, 6:09 AM
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  11. You never know.... - Luciano Rodriguez on Mar 23, 7:50 AM
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  13. Hi JQN - Lars Richter on Mar 23, 1:04 PM
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  15. Another masterpiece in the making - Michael Rinaldi on Mar 23, 2:29 PM
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  17. Hola Joaquin.... - Pat Johnston on Mar 23, 5:11 PM
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  19. Excellente pintura ! - Sven Frisch on Mar 23, 5:48 PM
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  21. Some answers - Joaquin G Gazquez on Mar 24, 4:02 AM
    1. Do not get me wrong - Luciano Rodriguez on Mar 24, 5:38 AM
      1. OK - Joaquin G Gazquez on Mar 24, 3:32 PM
        1. Good point, well done! - Luciano Rodriguez on Mar 25, 5:34 AM
     
  22. Hello JQN, - Erik Helm on Mar 24, 4:29 AM
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  24. Hola Joaquin! - Hilton Oliveira on Mar 24, 9:29 AM
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  26. Thanks - Joaquin G Gazquez on Mar 24, 3:35 PM
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