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  1. A bit late here - I only just finished my P-40. I am keeping to one kit at a time only at the moment, given the massive piles of Shelf o’ DOOOOM! models that remain...’unfinished’. The M-72 was a ‘licence-built’ Soviet version of the German BMW R71, via the very short-lived Molotov-von Ribbentrop ‘Pact’ of 1939. The machine is still apparently in production in China today, after the Russians sold the whole production process to the Chinese. The Wikipedia page for this machine can be found here. The Germans passed over the BMW R71 in favour of the R75 (and apparently preferred the Zündapp KS750 motorcycle over the R75). 1. Kit box (a you-beaut end-opener 😬🙄) top: 2. Back of M-72 box - wine (no women) and song 3. Frames ‘A’ - two of them: motorcycle parts 4. Frame ‘B’ - sidecar and figurines. Note where the ever-vigilant floor monster made one of its spirited attempts on a part just out of the bag. 5. Frame ‘C’ - figurines 6. Transfers - not one set, but three! 7. Instructions part 1 8. Instructions part 2 There are two versions out of the box - one a travelling heavy machine gun party, the other a travelling musical party. Being a musician (of sorts 🤣) myself, I can’t but not do the musical one. Great three-part accordion, as you will see eventually. I’ve located one of the required - sacked - Humbrol ‘paints’*: the rest of them I can get away with using LifeColor, MIG and Tamiya acrylics. I may have enough courage after this one to tackle a Tamiya 1/12 bike - we’ll see. Given my current completion rate I may not make the Oct 1 deadline. But we’ll see. There’s quite a few parts (for me) in this one, and figurine painting. At least it’s 1/35, not 1/72! And no cornflakes either. I promise! Cheers, Dr L. *Total time-wasters
  2. Think it was @Kevin asked to be proved wrong about the lack of aesthetic appeal of agricultural machinery. MiniArt have just released some pictures of their forthcoming German Agricultural Tractor, D8500 Mod 1938 that might just do that! You pop into the farmhouse for a quick ploughman's lunch and when you come back some bugger's nicked the tyres! Surely you have to agree she's a beauty... Help me out here @Gorby Well she gets some love from me ❤️
  3. Heres my entry, the Old Academy Kit and i have to say I'm quite looking forward to this
  4. Grunhertz

    Sherman Firefly

    here is the first of a few for me i hope, the Tasca Sherman firefly, I bought this from southern expo a couple of years ago started for a tenner, generally, its a great kit but the tracks were broken due to age. I got it ready for paint and that's where it stopped, so here's where it was when i started yesterday afternoon. then i got some Tamiya XF61 on it then this morning some Decals
  5. Deanflyer


    Number 7 for the year so far is the insectoid Fieseler Storch. Nice kit, the only let down being the transparencies which are not the best moulded clear parts I've ever used, and a pain to fair in to the fuselage. Paints are from Gunze for a change, as they had the correct RLM colours, but I've painted it up as a modern restored warbird. The painting guide from HobbyBoss was woefully inadequate, so I had to use a lot of online reference for the camo scheme, and that's where I got my inspiration to do a modern representation. Walk around first: A couple of closeup shots: And the traditional 'magazine shots' to finish: Hope you like it, Dean
  6. Looking for advice as to which WW1 Tank to get. I'm looking for a static model and not sure if the Tamiya kit only comes with the gubbins to be motorised. Also not too fussed about interior detail unless there is some way of displaying it. Does anyone have experience building one or more of the various kits available, please? Thanks in advance
  7. Eduard's boxing of the Lovely Tasca / Asuka Sherman. When it came out it was by far and away the cheapest way to get a Tasca Sherman, so I got a couple Started by making up the lower hull, and adding some Mr Surfacer 1000 to add more cast texture as it's a bit soft While I was at it, added the texture to the turret as well Peter
  8. Hi all, this is the ancient Tamiya kit (which still scrubs up well. i started painting this with the Gunze Olive Drab modulation set then played around with oils and pastels with this just a play around with the effects
  9. Started today, the old Tristar kit in the Hobbyboss box Work starts with the two sets of road wheels - steel rimmed for the front and rubber rimmed for the rear. I've left off the rubber rims at the moment - they can go on after paint Then on with the bogeys Then finally for the day, the drive sprockets This is a typical Tristar kit, a lot like Bronco - lots of detail, and tiny pieces but everything so far fit's really well. Peter
  10. Started today Started by making up the RB Models metal barrel Then assembled the lower hull Then added the gas axe marks where the large plates were cut Peter
  11. Tamiya Kit, Tamiya Zimmerit, RB Barrel. The zimmerit isn't great, would rather do it myself now, but was worth a try. Painted with Tamiya Acrylics and weathered with Oils / Pigments Peter
  12. Started Today - a lovely Tasca / Asuka Sherman - early direct vision version After 4 hours work, I have working suspension Peter
  13. As light relief after the Blenheim I started the Tasca Luchs - really nice kit, 2 days quick work gets me here Peter
  14. Hello! This is my Italeri/MRC 1/35 AH-1W COBRA. I added some scratched details to the cockpit and crewed it with a D-Toys resin figure in the forward position and my own figure built from spares in the rear position. Other mods included detail painting the instrument panels, drilling out the cannon barrel's , adding wiring, boxes and harness's etc. I also used decals from Two Bobs Aviation Graphics to depict a Whiskey Cobra from HML/A-167 "WARRIORS" USMC. I painted it with Tamiya acrylics and for the weathering I made use of AK Interactive's panel liner washes, with some artists oils. Here are some more photo's I wanted to share with you.... Happy Modelling! Darren.
  15. Just rolls off the tongue doesn't it - no wonder it's known as Diana. Stages 1 and 2 - doing pretty well so far, only managed to lose 2 bits and replaced them, which is good going for a Bronco kit, so many small bits Then on with stage 3 - the main interlocked wheels, actually going together well so far Peter
  16. One of my recent completions, AFV Club's M1130 Stryker Command Vehicle. I enjoyed the kit though it's a bit over engineered, IMO. Only real complaint were the kit decals which were completely terrible. Painted with Mr. Paint and weathered with AMMO products. Full completed and WIP photos can be found here.
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