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Welcome in New Year ..

 

Today continuation a small willys and K-53 anti tank 45 mm cannon ..

 

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The helmet is a nice detail touch. If I might suggest though, shorten the straps somewhat. Looking good!

 

GIL :smiley16:

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After a little longer break ...

Small artillery project PAK 36/35, Poland, Pustynia Blendowska (Blendowska Desert), just before training Deutches Afrika Corps's.

 

Scale 1:72, kit First To Fight

 

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Next anti tank gun ... this time polish Bofors 37 mm wz.1936

 

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Looking sweet!

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Thnx Mark :-)

 

Second part relation about Bofors is below.

Small base will be additionally prepared a little later.

 

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Third (and last) part of work with Polish Bofors 37 mm

 

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I've started a new model ... now is a plane


Ju 52, Zvezda, 1:200,


If somebody like to glue it fast - it is that possibility :-)

But if You like to make it properly (proper preparing, finishing surfaces etc) it may takes a some time :-)


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Looks pretty nice for such a small scale. Is this someone's old "box" scale kit that Zvezda has released, or is it in trying to fit in with Hasagawa's "airliner scale" of 1/200?

 

GIL :smiley16:

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Gil,

 

It is a new kit released in game's serie "Great National II War". Bigger (more than one engine) planes are in scale 1:200.

One engine planes are in scale 1:144. From that serie was done kit LaGG-3, which was presented on IPMS USA forum too (http://www.shinden.org/modele/gallery/p21/index.php?position=0.3.84&dlevel=2).

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After basic parts preparing, I've started work with details from scratch.


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Small willys and K-53 anti tank 45 mm cannon . ... next part ...

 

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That some very nice strap detailing for the pack and the helmet. When you say "small", what scale do you mean? Your work is so good it's tough to tell from just the pics!

 

Also, how's that Ju-52 coming along? Is it done? Thanks for sharing!

 

GIL :smiley16:

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Gil,

 

It's scale 1/72 ... a small scale ... ;-)

 

Ju-52 ... is one of 26 another open projects. :-/

I must reduce that number.

 

During "reduction process" Ju-52 will be continued and finally completed. :-)

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Well, next details were done. :-)

 

 

Plashtsh - palatka, from Tamiya tape, and hygienic tissue.

 

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Ammo box, from Plastic Soldier set.

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First soldier under trying on, and preparation for painting.

 

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First soldier painting ..

 

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... and ready in final position ...

 

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Second soldier and horse under trying on ...

 

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And now, meeting of two eras ... Willys and ... Horse ... :-)

 

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... and Cossack's corporal leading the horse ...

 

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Diorama finished

 

Unofficial session ... "first shots" :-)

 

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Final gallery will be per week in Diorama's section.

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That's a simple, but very telling vignette!

 

GIL :smiley16:

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Thnx Gil!

 

Sometimes I wonder what title would be better "Ukraine 1943" or "Wot technika!" (What a technique!) :-)

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... and the next model.

This is MiG-17F / Bilek (1:72) now.

 

Montage was started in February 2006 ...

 

The photos are from period 02-04 / 2006.

After 10 years of waiting ... it must be finished ... :-)

 

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Photos from last week.

 

Wings, fuselage and ext fuel tanks ...

 

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Last week was a little busy, but I found a few moments for model's workbench ...


Fuselage needs attention ... unfortunately ... :-(


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Looks like you're pounding it into shape! Nice dry-brushing job on the main panel too!

 

GIL :smiley16:

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The kit is under "mastering" ...

It is very specific work ... putty and sanding paper cooperation ... ;-)


Tail parts are not symmetrical due bad positionig horizontal stabilizer's mounting points.


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