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stips

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  1. Flakpanther

    Hello everyone For my first WIP presentation, I decided to show „Panther Ausf.D/Ausf.A“ production at the 1/72 scale of Revell. But for this panther I decided to make one conversion. From the Panther, I will make Panther with Flak 37 mm. Before the work began on the work desk come in, styrene plates, copper wire, remains of other models….. in other words materials without which it is impossible to make good work. The beginning of the work was the creation of the interior…. Then I made lid of the hole and base for Flak 37 mm. Lid was made of of wooden slats and styrene. The Flak base is from Revell's Sd.Kfz 7/2 to which I will subsequently install the flak. After that I started making zimmerit, which I have made of green staff. In addition to the zimmer, I started working on the bergher crane and other fine details
  2. Flakpanther

    TNX I just saw that I was With a curse squeezed the announcement twice I beg our administrator to cancel an announcement Sorry
  3. Flakpanther

    Hello everyone For my first WIP presentation, I decided to show „Panther Ausf.D/Ausf.A“ production at the 1/72 scale of Revell. But for this panther I decided to make one conversion. From the Panther, I will make Panther with Flak 37 mm. Before the work began on the work desk come in, styrene plates, copper wire, remains of other models….. in other words materials without which it is impossible to make good work. The beginning of the work was the creation of the interior…. Then I made lid of the hole and bqase for Flak 37 mm. Lid was made of of wooden slats and styrene. The Flak base is from Revell's Sd.Kfz 7/2 to which I will subsequently install the flak. After that I started making zimmerit, which I have made of green staff. In addition to the zimmer, I started working on the bergher crane and other fine details
  4. Seeing the Script "DAK Flak Truck - North Africa, 1941" by Glenn Bartolotti In which he step by step creates his own model I got the desire to do something like this. Otherwise it's one of my excursions to scale 1/35. After the decision I went to my stock and I found: - Italeri Chevrolet 15 CWT - Dragon 20 mm Flak - RB metal tube for Flak Apart from the list I found a lot of good wills which I immediately took. In a couple of days, I demolished Chevi to the unrecognizability, but the look was satisfactory. In the meantime I started work on the Flak, which I agreed for one day. Putting the wooden floor into the rear of the vehicle I got the floor from which Flak could operate 360 degrees. I made a wooden floor from wooden slats and wooden beams. Wood gives a much better effect than plastic After arranging and picking up some other parts on a vehicle such as a spare wheel, ammunition boxes etc. I started the process of finishing, On the base color (RAF Middelstone (ANA615) (F) MM-1/2 I applied Briitan decals which, after finishing drying, re-gently squeezed with the basic color, but they are actually lightly bubbling beneath the paint. (ANA616) (F) MM-1/2 started the process of high-light vehicle. After that, I did the washing with oil painted with terpentine. After finishing the washing I started chipping in the same way The white effect of the faded color was obtained by adding a few white oil painted spots to a vehicle that was lightened by the light brushes of the drip in the turpentine, until it was clogged with the backing. The car was placed on the surface I did with the creeps of "Nature in scale" and Noch. I really enjoyed this project and I warmly recommend it to each of you. Thanks for watching
  5. Chevi w. Flak 20 mm

    Once again Thank you all
  6. TNX FrancisGL Once more finger up for your work I'm just preparing WIP one of my panthers. I hope you will follow the works, because I will need many tips. Also I'll need your advice too. Cheers
  7. Dear modelers friends, For my first presentation I have chosen work on Winter theme. Why winter? Today, after a long time in Zagreb, has fallen a great snow so maybe this is the reason. So, this dioramas were made in scale 1/72. The Opel blitz trucks are made by the Academy and Italeri manufacturers, and the Sd.Kfz 261 is from the ICM manufacturer. Figures are from different manufacturers; Preiser, Milicast and Revell and I had a lot of self-construction on them. The environment of dioramas I made from natural materials (earth, sand, stones) produced by Nature in scale. Trees and shrubs are from the well-known Noch manufacturer. Snow is naturally sodium bicarbonate bonded to white glue and all handled with glossy lacquer. The story I wanted to show was somewhere in the far Russia in 1943. All comments are more than welcome Thanks for watching
  8. Chevi w. Flak 20 mm

    Thank you all for these nice comments
  9. Very nice work Details, coloring and finishing weathering are great. Bravo!!!
  10. Very good work. Scheme is very interesting
  11. Panthers are my weakness, I currently have 3 in the work The panther you made is very nice. Weathering is great. It would be nice to see it on a dioram, because it definitely deserves some good ground
  12. Working Lift Bridge Diorama

    I just looked at this work in peace and I can only say .... excellent Details are on the level Well done
  13. Winter in Russia

    Thank you all for your kind comments
  14. Bailey's Bridge 1/87

    Very nice work The natural environment is very realistic. Water is especially good to me. The story composition is also very good.
  15. Hello from Croatia

    Thank you all
  16. Hello from Croatia

    Hi, My name is Tomislav, nick name Stips, and I'm from Croatia. I've been modeling for 30 years now and I hope so many more. My best friend prompted me to apply for membership on this forum where I would like to share my work and experience with all of you. Also I want to learn a lot of new things from all of you, so do not be angry if I ask you a lot of questions. The areas of interest in my work are dioramas and military vehicles in scale 1/72, but from time to time I do some other measurements like 1/48 and 1/35. Thanks for reading this text and forgive me for my mistake English, but I promise I will work to make it better. Best regards, Stips
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