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  1. Hi guys, I never posted this build in the Armour section, only the Dioramas section, so here we are. I built this tank diorama last winter. This is only my second tank build, it's not a bad little kit apart from the rubbish plastic tracks that were a fiddle to build. It was an experiment in modelling ice and snow, I used 5 minute epoxy for the icicles and tried a product called Krycell for the snow from a company called Precision Ice and Snow. Anyway it dragged on far too long and I am glad it's finished, overall I am happy with how it came out. Wear your winter woolies before looking at the pictures, I won't be held responsible for any frostbite claims LOL!You can see my work in progress of this build in the box below. With the recent deluge of snow in the UK, I've taken some new shots of the MiniArt SU-85 diorama I built last winter.
  2. My first armour project inspired by a visit to the Somme in September 2017
  3. I've been away from this forum for a year now.Had absolutely no will to make any kits in that period of time but recently I got back into it.Currently working on getting this Stryker done before Christmas. It's a pretty good kit by Trumpeter,surprisingly cheap too. Took these pics with my phone thus the crap quality,colors are a bit off too... Yes that gap in between the panels is annoying. Lol the colors are so off on this one that it makes mud and dust look like rust.
  4. Been working away at this one for a few weeks, I need to get most of the weathering effects done, and a few figures painted.
  5. After the pleasant interlude that the Autoblinda provided, it's back onto German stuff. Next up is this nice little kit by Tamiya, with the tarp being a resin piece from Mig.
  6. Here's my latest, the Hobbyboss 1/35 Land Wasser Sclepper. I have tried a lot of new to me weathering techniques on this model using dot filters, streaking, oils and all sorts! Comments welcome.
  7. A fun little build. As usual, the camera doesn't quite do my model justice, but what can you do?
  8. Here's a cheap Academy rendition of the old Israeli M60 converted to their Magash 6B. It's half the price of the Meng and Takom kits and turned out fairly decent. That's the Meng Late Achzarit beside it.
  9. Hi everyone GAZ-69 from Bronco, 1/35. The model is made for the customer. Best regards Martin
  10. Alongside the mojo restoring airplane builds, my next big build in 1/35 will be this, the IDF Puma (Frankenturion?) with Nochri mine roller. Basically because it looks such a fearsome bit of kit. This will be, by my standards, a somewhat involved project, as you can see from the obligatory box shot: Untitled by jongwinnett, on Flickr
  11. Hi all Panther Ausf.D from Zvezda 1/35. Painting for the customer. Best regards, Martin
  12. Next victim almost ready for the paint booth. Another Israeli AFV, they are sort of appealing. I think this was built on the old M60 and the Israelis sure believed in add-ons and modifications to get the most life out of this old stuff. The Academy kit doesn't measure up to the Meng, Takom or Rye Field stuff but what the heck, it's available and the price is great, half or less of the other kits. Here is as of this aft.
  13. Sort of amazed myself on this one. Knocking it on the floor wasn't in the plan but putting it back together into something resembling the real deal was the amazing part. Here it is, finally got the tow cables in place and some dust to tone down the glossy areas and warts and all it's a dirty, dusty APC. Not sure I'd want a ride though, must be pretty cramped for 10 infantry in there. There's a pretty much complete interior, less engine and drive train but of course it's all hidden now.
  14. Hi everyone Reconnaissance. I used Soviet Armoures Aerosan NKL-26 from Trumpeter. The vignette is made for the customer. Cheers Martin
  15. The Desert Fox I used the Pz.Kpfw.III Ausf.L from Tamiya and a figures of Masterbox. The model is made for the customer. Thank you that have glanced. Best regards Martin
  16. Hi all, This is my stab at the 1/35 Masterbox 'WW1 British Infantry before the attack' diorama set, fun to build, I hope i've done the kit and the men who went over the top justice. Ive now revised the trench with a simplified muddier terrain, seen new pics below. Cheers Simon PS: the title comes from a song by New Model Army :-)
  17. Schnellboot S38

    Well I didn't see this coming Italeri Will be launching the S 38 early Schnellboot in December http://italeri.com/news_scheda.asp?idNews=738 Kev
  18. A few quick snaps before I prime. The Italeri kit was a quick, fun build without too many issues aside from some minor gaps in the armour plates, slightly unhelpful instructions that showed a few parts as looking slightly different to they actually are (The box art was a great reference though) and slightly simplified detail (to my eye) in places. Other than that, I'm happy with this one. Any suggestions of which colour to use? I'm struggling to find references for Italian Olive Green.
  19. Picked this up this afternoon for something different. Yet another model with an interior and individual track links. Interior not bad but no engine, strange, and track links like Dragon Magic Tracks, just glue the one piece links together and drape them around the wheels. That's a relief from Rye Field and Meng's labor intensive track runs. Here it is as of this evening, one track run done, enough for today.
  20. Easy 8

    I built this over the past weekend and painted it and weathered it since this past Saturday. It was a bit of a rush because I just wanted to build something that is fast. Also please take into consideration that I haven't painted/weathered a tank in about a half year/year. Due to my investment in the 1/16 KT. Its pretty rough but I plan on touching it up some more. Mark
  21. Perhaps more familiar in the UK in its Panther CLV guise, the Iveco LMV (Light Multirole Vehicle) was initially adopted by the Italians. Perhaps uniquely among modern enhanced protection vehicles, it serves with both NATO and Russian forces, being built under licence in Russia as the Rys. According to Wikipedia it also serves with Albania, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, Lebanon, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, Syria and Tunisia. Surely once of the most widespread single vehicle types this century. The Italeri kit has been around for a few years, and is typical of the manufacturer, decent basic outline, some annoying mould issues, etch and (I hope) excellent transfers. What do you get: LMV Lince, Italeri 1/35 by jongwinnett, on Flickr LMV Lince, Italeri 1/35 by jongwinnett, on Flickr LMV Lince, Italeri 1/35 by jongwinnett, on Flickr My idea is to produce one for the vehicles used by KFOR, or at least one in NATO three-tone camo. A British Panther would be good but a cursory glance suggests a fair amount of scratchbuilt additions would be required, so I’m taking the easy route.
  22. This is IBG's new Scammell Pioneer, the first of three versions they're bringing out, with the artillery tractor and transporter to follow. For the most part, it's an excellent kit, with great fit and nice detailing. There are a few shortcomings with it though, the biggest of which is the incorrect windscreen shape. On top of that, there are a few simplifications and missing details, some of which I added, such as the linkages for the chassis mounted winch. The access ladder was scratch built, as IBG don't provide one in the kit, and a lot of the brackets and fixtures on the rear where enhanced or replaced as necessary. The fuel tank had the moulded-on boarding steps removed, and replaced with something more in-scale. For the crane rigging, IBG only provide a length of thread, so some Eureka copper cable was used for the two winches, and a detail set from KFS Models was used for the pulleys and shackles on the back. Despite all that, it was a great kit to work on, and the scratch building fell into the fun category, rather than the tedious one. As a kit though, it looks like it's going to be out-classed by the Thunder Models alternative, but it'll still be worth picking up, as long as it's priced below the Thunder one. This one's finished as a Russian lend-lease example, and painted in SCC2, rather than the 4BO indicated in the instructions. Thanks for looking Andy
  23. I've still got to add the figures but as I'm pretty hopeless at painting them I thought I'd show this without them. Added my own zimmerit, which really isn't neat enough given that it was originally applied in the factory. Regards J A
  24. Just a pic for scale. Well, this one is now finished, and I will be moving onto my next German project, which should be posted in WIP shortly. I had a few issues with the weathering with this one, and ended up going a little heavier on the mud than I planned, however, I do like the effect of the oils, and the fuel stains. My main worry was that this model would look too similar to my H35 Panzerwagen, recently finished, however, I think that it looks sufficiently different now.