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Posted by Peter on 09 Apr 2022, 16:59

That are some fine looking figures! :thumbup:
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Posted by Paulonious on 10 Apr 2022, 01:26

That looks pretty well sized in that comparison pic. I’ll be interested in seeing what another 10% does. Nice job, btw.
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Posted by zirrian on 16 Apr 2022, 07:39

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Sample figure from the RKX Hürtgen Forest Kickstarter along with a Marder I from Panzer Printer. Both rescaled for 1:72 from 28mm.
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Posted by zirrian on 16 Apr 2022, 15:08

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Some progress on the Marder.
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Posted by zirrian on 16 Apr 2022, 21:35

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85% or so done :)
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Posted by zirrian on 17 Apr 2022, 21:08

Well, I do hope it's not considered spamming if I'm bringing new pics! Two more printed vehicles:

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First, a Pz IV F2, for Stalingrad in Panzer Grey camo with some field applied sand color. In progress.

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And some Tractor fodder - an MT-LB fresh off the printer. Both models are from Panzer Printer, I am really starting to like these models. Simple, easy to print, robust, and while running gear detail is usually greatly simplified, they are great for wargaming, and still cost less than an Armourfast model.
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Posted by Peter on 18 Apr 2022, 19:51

Fantastic cammo! :shock:
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Posted by zirrian on 18 Apr 2022, 20:02

Peter wrote:Fantastic cammo! :shock:


Thank you, Peter. I am practicing with the airbrush every time I paint a new model, and in 1:72 I think this was the best camo I've done without masking, so I am pretty happy with it as well :) As for the Pz IV, the lines could be thinner, but after some weathering it will be (hopefully) nice too.
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Posted by Peter on 18 Apr 2022, 20:08

I like the Pz IV just how he is just now! Looking forward what you will do to improve it even more. I like the colors used on this model! ;-) :thumbup:
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Posted by zirrian on 18 Apr 2022, 20:16

Peter wrote:I like the Pz IV just how he is just now! Looking forward what you will do to improve it even more. I like the colors used on this model! ;-) :thumbup:


Thanks - funnily enough, it was mostly painted with RAF colors :)
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Posted by huib on 20 Apr 2022, 15:37

Nice. Great models for wargaming.
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Posted by zirrian on 30 Apr 2022, 09:57

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Iraqi Mig-15UTI Midget from Hobbyboss. It was a cheap kit and I liked how it looked, so I picked it up along with a big purchase. So far so good, masking tape torn the paint on the bottom of the end wings (cannot recall the proper English term, sorry). Also it's my first jet.
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Posted by OwenChpw on 02 May 2022, 01:30

Love the chipping work on your vehicles in particular!
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Posted by zirrian on 08 May 2022, 20:46

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Not very happy with it, paint got under the mask somehow on the other side, screwing up the canopy somewhat. Into the cabinet it goes...
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Posted by Peter on 08 May 2022, 22:25

Don't be to hard on yourself! It looks good to me! :thumbup:
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Posted by zirrian on 13 May 2022, 15:31

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Some of Medbury's 14th century Scots - I am really astonished by how well the sculpts look and how they came out of the printer. All done in 1:72.
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Posted by Peter on 13 May 2022, 17:07

That are some nice looking figures indeed! Looking forward to see these painted! :thumbup:
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Posted by C M Dodson on 13 May 2022, 20:22

They look very nice indeed .

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Posted by Kekso on 15 May 2022, 12:39

zirrian wrote: Some of Medbury's 14th century Scots


I'm sure they will go well with your tanks :xd:
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Posted by zirrian on 15 May 2022, 20:17

Kekso wrote:
I'm sure they will go well with your tanks :xd:


Let's just say I'm a "renaissance man" when it comes to modeling.

Sounds a lot better than being a compulsive collector with attention deficit :eh:
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