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WW2 - T-34/76 1941 in "Is this the right way...?" - RU

Posted by Hellboy on 26 May 2019, 19:12

New diorama pictures …

„Is this the right way...?“

Commander: Excuse me sir, is this the right way to Berlin? Unfortunately we have lost our way. :oops:

Farmer: Yes, but that's about 1800 kilometers! At the next apple tree left and then always straight ahead. But why do you want to go there? The war is over. :eh:

Commander: Oh dear ...... !!! :shock:


Have fun. :-D

Hellboy


Link-Note:

Information about the vehicle
http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww2/soviet/soviet_T34-76.php (EN)
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-34 (DE)

Information about the model
https://www.scalemates.com/kits/108587-dragon-7259-t-34-76-mod-1941

Information about the figures
http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/Review.aspx?id=782


Keywords for search engines: 1/72, Russland, Russia, WW2, WWII, world war 2, T-34/76 Modell 1941, T-34/76 Model 1941 Russian medium tank, T-34 mod. 1941, Dragon No. 7259, Preiser 72522, Diorama, Modellbau, Modelling, Frank Krueger


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Posted by Wiking on 26 May 2019, 20:16

Hellboy`s way of modelling.
This style of Dio is unmasking.

Very nice build all around. The tank and the figures, the dog. The orange heat figure too :-D .
I like special your idea with the dry clay at the wall of the house. Additional it is painted in white and weathered. As the very nice made roof. Now you are running out of brushes ?

A very early T34 version. And the war is now over !
This T34 crew change the whole war the transmission the motor and the gears ? Or do they try to fill up all the the wheels with 2,5 bar air pressure?
And now all is done by her comrades they are able to drive to the victory parade !
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Posted by Graeme on 27 May 2019, 02:50

The mud and straw daubing on the house is excellent, so too is the thatched roof.

Great composition, nice dusty appearence on the tank, and I really like the scarecrow. I notice the tank crew has already nicked one of the farmers pumpkins while he's busy painting his house, that's a nice detail.

Very nice scene all round.
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Posted by C M Dodson on 27 May 2019, 08:06

Really nice modelling.

Personally in late summer1941 I would not be painting the door but packing!

This is a nice composition but the rest of the crew on show would in my opinion lift it even higher.

The thatch is terrific. How did you achieve this please as I want to copy it!

Super work.

Best wishes,

Chris
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Posted by Susofrick on 27 May 2019, 09:30

Very nice! And it is always good to talk to locals! :-D Reminds me a little of my old competition entry: http://bennosfiguresforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=19051&p=205740&hilit=morristown#p205740 . Love your figures and details, but that scarecrow is the top of them all!
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Posted by Hellboy on 29 May 2019, 18:49

Guys, thank you for your kind comments!!!!!! I am very happy that you liked the diorama! :-D

Chris, to your question. I used the product 'Getreidefeld & Schilf' (Order number: HO 7375) from the company 'Busch' for the roof. Here is a link ...

https://www.busch-model.info/000007375.3

You can use the product for many things. Dry grass, reeds, young cereals, etc. It is a natural product and can be painted very well. :yeah: There is no primer necessary. You only need some water, a drop of color ... that's all. Have fun with it !!

Susofrick, I'm glad you like the scarecrow so much. I love such accessories too! This scarecrow is from the manufacturer 'MaiM' and has the order number MAIM72002. Here is a link:

https://www.scalemates.com/kits/maim-maim72002-scarecrow-vogelscheuche-2--1057178
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Posted by huib on 29 May 2019, 21:07

Nice work! Although its a war scene, it's looking like a faireytale.
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Posted by Kekso on 18 Jul 2019, 20:25

So, cool. I love flowers, plants and the roof.
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Posted by mickey mouse on 18 Jul 2019, 21:54

Wow, splendid work, Hellboy! There is a lot of life in the scene! :yeah: :love: :notworthy:
P.S. i have sent you a pm.
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Posted by Hellboy on 21 Jul 2019, 18:24

Kekso wrote:So, cool. I love flowers, plants and the roof.


Kekso, thank you for your nice comment! I am very glad that you like the diorama. :-D I have to admit that I really enjoyed working on the diorama. Especially the painting of the flowers and plants was a nice job !!! What a fun!
However, I will not use the sunflowers again. In that case, plastic is better than photo etched parts. But it was still a good experience.
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Posted by Hellboy on 21 Jul 2019, 18:30

mickey mouse wrote:Wow, splendid work, Hellboy! There is a lot of life in the scene! :yeah: :love: :notworthy:
P.S. i have sent you a pm.


Michael, thank you for your great comment. :-D I've been very happy about it. Very kind of you!!!
I'll check my PM right now. I am very curious ...
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Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 21 Jul 2019, 22:05

Lots of small and great Detail. Love it.
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Posted by GumSmith on 22 Jul 2019, 17:52

Hi hellboy,
colourful little diorama full of details - very good.

Cheers Oke
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Posted by kursktiger.cn on 23 Jul 2019, 07:17

The plants in the model scenario are all used in the HO proportional train model?
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Posted by Bill Slavin on 23 Jul 2019, 14:09

This is great. It does feel a bit like the tank as the BIg Bad Wolf arriving at grandmother's house, which makes it all the more delightful. Really nice!
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Posted by Hellboy on 24 Jul 2019, 13:35

GumSmith wrote:Hi hellboy,
colourful little diorama full of details - very good.
Cheers Oke


Hello Oke!
Thank you for your friendly comment. I am very glad that you like this diorama !!
Greetings Frank :-D
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Posted by Hellboy on 24 Jul 2019, 13:56

kursktiger.cn wrote:The plants in the model scenario are all used in the HO proportional train model?


Thank you for your question. Of course you are right. Almost all plants are of size H0. The manufacturer is 'Busch'. I can recommend all flowers and plants. Even the small animals are suitable for the size 1/72. :yeah:
If you want, you can follow the link. Maybe you can find something for your next projects.

https://www.busch-model.info/modellbau/katalog/ausgestaltungbaeume/natur-pur-blumen-pflanzen-usw./?p=1
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Posted by Hellboy on 24 Jul 2019, 14:02

Bill Slavin wrote:This is great. It does feel a bit like the tank as the BIg Bad Wolf arriving at grandmother's house, which makes it all the more delightful. Really nice!


I am very happy about your really great comment. Thanks a lot for this!!!!! :-D
I can assure you that the grandmother is doing very well! .... even if the evil 'tank wolf' sneaks around the house! ;-)
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