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  • Birthday 05/11/1962

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  1. ....and while this was going on I've started on thr next figure: Hatchet! At first I thought, that he was just different nuances of brown, but by closer examination of the reference I work from, I found that he is actually quite a colourfull chap! He is wearing green and purple trousers and a yellow tunic underneath his brown cloak, so I'll be starting there. Paint wasn't dry when the picture was taken , I was in such a hurry to show you, that I just couldn't wait! Cheers Hans J
  2. A somewhat smallish update and some rare behind the scenes look! The Red Guard proceeds well - and I have now started to have a look at the shield - it's a start at least! And the cape is almost done'ish! Looks OK to me! Here's a rare look at my photosetup: Yes I know - Very Hitech! And while all this is going on, our cat - Money Penny - MISS Money Penny - does this: .....on that subject - would the movie Money Penny have a 00 status? She was after all allowed to shoot the bad guy on the train!(OK she hit 00
  3. The real painting has begun! I've decided to start with the 'easy' one - Red Guard - as he is - well mostly red! The yellow is a reflection from the dinnertablelight. The lights at my workspace creates a stroboscopic effect that results in dark lines in the pictures, hence this solution. I must also state, that this is only the first paintsession, I'm far from finished - yet! Cheers Hans J
  4. ...and now in COLOUR! I have airbrushed the figures in their individual colours - Void Warden in matt White, Hatchet and Demolitionist in matt Red/Brown and Red Guard in ....well I guess you know! The pictures are as usual taken with my trusty old IPhone 5 (Yes they still do exits!! ) so please forgive me for the missing focus! Cheers until next time, where the painting continues - but this time with brush! Hans J
  5. I'm at loss for words! Wonderfull - just wonderfull! Cheers Hans J
  6. Back in Black (feel free to play your favourite ACDC song!) Cheers Hans J
  7. I have the same feeling about the Mustang (the plane) and the Mustang (the car): the first ones are the prettiest! The Allison engined Mustangs just looks lighter and more agile - I know the D version was a superior plane, but still...! Your model really captures the feeling of the early P-51! Well done! Cheers Hans J
  8. Once again I'm presented with an object I did not know anything about, but I like it! This plane has beautifull lines and your model looks great! Well done indeed! Cheers Hans J
  9. First things first! I need something to hold the figures while painting the bases and I chose a good old veteran in this field: wooden clothespins! A little dab of white glue will hold the figures nicely, while I paint the bases. I make these WIP as much for myself so when in ten years time I can look up just how I did it, in case I forget! Cheers Hans J
  10. Well now... To paraphrase a wellknown british comedygroup:"And now to something completely different!" My son asked me, if I would paint a couple of figures for him."Of course", I said "What are they?" He then brought forth the figures shown beneath: You will notice, that I have used the internationally yardstick of measurements, the Beer Capsule! I also found it most appropriate to use this particular one here on Britmodeller. I must admit, that I have no knowledge of the game , but have found some hi-res paintings online, that I will use as gui
  11. I've always liked the brutish look of the Su-7 and your model captures this perfectly! Cheers Hans J
  12. There isn't much more praise that I can say that hasn't already been said except: "Wish it was mine!" Cheers Hans J
  13. Very nice models! What kits are they? - I have had my eyes on the TakaQ but haven't been able to track one down yet. Cheers Hans J
  14. In my most humble opinion, there's no reason to redo another one, as this to my eyes looks perfect! Cheers Hans J
  15. It looks very good! A really nice build. I remember building the Revell kit in my childhood and thinking it was way cool (except of course the word 'cool' wasn't invented yet! ) Cheers Hans J
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