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Peter Marshall

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Peter Marshall last won the day on July 11 2013

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About Peter Marshall

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    a victim of circumstances beyond my control
  • Birthday 17/03/1971

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    Bradford

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  1. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Right - finished off, got sick of fixing the beeping tracks that fall apart if you look near them Peter
  2. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    That's from when they were loose - they are very loose until you fit the tracks
  3. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Today's work - added the tracks on the other side Then a pin wash over the details Then painted the exhausts - first Dark Rust oil paint, then pigments Peter
  4. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Today started by adding the decals and then dot filtering Then added mud to the lower hull Finished assembling the track all 98 links Then 1.5 hours of swearing and fighting with the bloody things - they fall apart way too easily if you put *any* twist on them, and 98 links is actually a few short. Peter
  5. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Today's work - first added 'Ambush' cammo using a small mask, and sprayed the Balkenbreuz Then a Tan filter over the top to start bringing it together Then while that was drying, started assembling the tracks. These are workable tracks, and so far (20 links in), it appears that they work - only another 74 to go on this side Peter
  6. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Today's work - first finished off the last construction adding the supports for the shurtzen and last of the details Then primed with Mr Surfacer black, and then added lightening Then on with the paint Peter
  7. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    The mantlet is from the box, just added some texture with Mr Surfacer 500 as the cast texture was missing
  8. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Today's work, the box with a gun Peter
  9. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Today's work, adding the front glacis and then the rear engine deck Peter
  10. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Today, lots of tiny bits, and the lower running gear is done. Just to give an example the rubber limit bumps are made of 3 pieces each. Peter
  11. Peter Marshall

    Pzr IV/70(A) Sd.Kfz.162/1

    Started today, the old Tristar kit in the Hobbyboss box Work starts with the two sets of road wheels - steel rimmed for the front and rubber rimmed for the rear. I've left off the rubber rims at the moment - they can go on after paint Then on with the bogeys Then finally for the day, the drive sprockets This is a typical Tristar kit, a lot like Bronco - lots of detail, and tiny pieces but everything so far fit's really well. Peter
  12. As Steve said - it's in the Tags on the post so it's Trumpeter 1/32nd , Kit no 02235
  13. Finished today, Built OOB, painted with Mr Color Laquers. Liked this kit, fit mostly really good, the only real niggles the gun bay doors. Peter
  14. Peter Marshall

    1/32 Me-262 A1

    Today's work - decals. Good points, they are nice and thin, bad points they are terribly fragile, and left me with some jigsaws to re-assemble. Ended up having to mask and spray the yellow band as that decal fell completely apart. Anyway this is how it looks now with another clear coat over the decals Peter
  15. Peter Marshall

    1/32 Me-262 A1

    I know they should on the ground but no, I glued them in place, as much as anything to avoid spraying the RLM02 and masking where they would slide out. Lazy I know :-)
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