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Sturmgeschütz Ausf. B "Dirt and Mud" Update

June 7 2009 at 2:59 PM

Florian Zehe  (Login florian_a_zehe)
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Sturmgeschütz Ausf. B "Dirt and Mud"

Many thanks for the feedback guys ( view link )

http://www.network54.com/Forum/527528/message/1243851619/Sturmgesch%FCtz+Ausf.+B+%26quot%3Bthe+first+steps+on+the+quarter+scale%26quot%3B

The model construction life is simplified. Mig Production has in the last months that one "weathering" Products Oil and Graise Stain mixture and Wet Effects and Damp Earth mixture released. In this work step these effects are exploited for the simulate of run fuel and water. In the same way the wide palette is used again at pigments. Here is worked mainly with bright tints. I think the photos might explain again every working cycle. Many thanks for yours interest.


Cheers Florian

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Gruß

Flo

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This message has been edited by florian_a_zehe on Jun 14, 2009 3:41 AM


 
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Frank Keast
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Great tutorial again Florian.

June 7 2009, 5:27 PM 

Thanks Florian, your photos help us newbies see how everything fits together. Keep them coming!

Frank.

 
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Luciano Rodriguez
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SBS festival there....

June 8 2009, 8:21 AM 

Flo,

Thanks for the SBS tutorial much appreciated. The Stug is looking good and I wonder what else she needs to be complete. Will you add a decorated base + figure?. That would be great and not hard for a diorama biulder like you, I guess... wink.gif

What do you think?
Lu

 
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Greg Hessig
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Love the tracks & great job weathering the running gear.

June 8 2009, 10:16 AM 

Nice process - thanks for sharing. Look forward to see how you complete the stowage. Cheers

 
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