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PlaStix last won the day on December 10

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About PlaStix

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  1. PlaStix


    Still looks to going together well. Kind regards, Stix
  2. Excellent progress again Big X and looking good too. Kind regards, Stix
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    1/35 Fahrgestell munitionsshlepper

    Good you've managed to make a start Glynn. And thank you for the sprue photos! It is an impressive looking kit - I think that's the most PE I have seen inluded in a kit! Kind regards, Stix
  4. PlaStix

    Panzer in the east

    Great to hear you've been busy. I always like to get things like figures, stowage items, extras, etc done earlier than the actual tank is finished otherwise I find I'm less interested in them. My favourite bit is building the actual tank. Kind regards, Stix
  5. I should think so too! Yeah but only on the running gear! Still a bit to do yet! This afternoon I got on, as planned, and started adding the parts to the lower hull that I decided I wanted to - I add the parts that I think won’t interfere too badly with the painting and basic weathering. Painting of the lower hull will be next but that will be next week. Comments and suggestions welcome. Kind regards, Stix
  6. Well in amongst checking on other people’s builds I have been doing a bit of work on mine. I had to glue a whole TWO parts together to make up each suspension units!: ...and then, following getting rid of all the seams and sprue gate join areas, I did some painting. I used Revell's Aqua Tank Grey Matt (No.78) which I applied quite thinned with water using an old flat brush. All the parts together: Some closer views: The detail looks nice even under the paint: All the above now needs to have the weathering started but I think I will do some work on the lower hull next so I can get it painted too and do the weathering on it and these parts at the same time. Comments and suggestions welcome. Kind regards, Stix
  7. Thank you very much for the great information and I'm looking forward to when you can join in with a build! Kind regards, Stix
  8. PlaStix

    Panzer IV STGB Chat

    Hi Francis. It would be great to have you build it in this GB but I'm not sure of the rules regarding having two threads. I'll tag @Enzo Matrix as he's the boss and will hopefully be able to clarify the rules regards this. Kind regards, Stix
  9. PlaStix

    Yetifans Dragon Panzer IV Ausf H

    Well that's just annoying! You could miss them out if you can hide them with the side skirt armour? Kind regards, Stix
  10. Yet more excellent progress. And I'm pleased you say you are enjoying the builds! They are all looking very good and you are right, this kit does seem a bit more detailed even if there are some strange locations of ejector marks! Kind regards, Stix
  11. PlaStix


    Hi Badder. Looks like you made good progress yesterday. Looking very good it is too! Kind regards, Stix
  12. PlaStix

    Guys you wont believe the things she did

    Looks like you had a good day on yours. Looking forward to seeing the paint going on. Kind regards, Stix
  13. PlaStix

    Badger's 1/72 Revell Panzer IV ausf H

    That is progressing really well and I like the fact the Zimmerit looks worn. Kind regards, Stix
  14. Well it looks like you had an excellent day with these yesterday. They both have come along beautifully. Kind regards, Stix
  15. Hi Kapam. Thank you very much for your very kind comments. Kind regards, Stix