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Scanlan

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  1. Tamiya kit from a friend (Hastily built for another friend)...I took the pics before I added the dust, try to picture it yourself (hastily sprayed Buff colur) and I don't have the model anymore....thanks so much for looking, Owen
  2. ..the Tamiya kit, just trying to see how I'd do a large single colour scheme and make it look interesting. Cheers for looking, Owen
  3. Eduard kit, in my opinion the best 1/48 kit ever produced(no affiliation to Eduard, or anyone for that matter) Xtradecal decals.... Woah, unflatteringly large photos there!! Cheers for looking.. Owen
  4. Wow...that's fantastic. One of the best Mk.IX's I've seen. Eduard's Mk.IX is one of the best kits ever isn't it?
  5. Not the Revell one.... Cheers for looking everyone.
  6. Cheers all, it's the new Meng kit, great value for money too.
  7. Extremely realistic work.
  8. Oh man, that is the best rendition of a single colour scheme I've ever seen,
  9. Good advice lads, thanks again...
  10. Thanks so much fellas, the tool handles are painted Vallejo sand, covered with Raw Umber oils which I rubbed off with a stiff brush. Cheers, Owen
  11. I was looking to do a vehicle without the sideskirts, so after a great deal of research (5 mins on the 'net and another five asking friends), I went with this one from the 503rd at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin 1945, numbers are a best guess and too small. Great kit, tough scheme for me though. I didn't have a clue where I was going with the painting and weathering of this, which was fun, so I kept throwing stuff on it until I thought it looked ok. I think in future I might do the dirt and dust before the washes see how that turns out. No fun posting it after Andy's one though. Cheers for looking y'all.
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