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Torbjörn Hanö

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  1. I simply loved the original kit. The only downside was the fiddlyness with the PE spokes. Maybe I should build this one as well, since I gave the finished one to a friend who is a Mercedes afficionado.
  2. Thanks! And yeah, I know. But then it would be all white. /T
  3. Good thinking! And one on the pedals. I've got a few left. /T
  4. Finished a while ago, but I have been waiting for two missing sprues. They were sent from Miniart mid February, but I suppose that Putins war against Ukraine badly effects the postal services. The parts I miss is the shovel and the pick-axe, so you have to create an image of them in the back of the bus. Hope you like it. It was a very fun and enjoyable build. You can find the wip-pix here: Take care! /Torbjörn
  5. Finished! The kit is a bit over engineered in some parts, most of all the rear hull. And half of the plastic is unused, some of it goes straight to the spares box. Great fit over all. I really enjoyed it, though. I don’t know why I’m so fond of rusted blue vehicles. Maybe it’s because of the old SAAB I drove when I was 20. Hm. The only thing I'm not so pleased with is that the dust turned out a little bit too orange. Anyway; hope you like what you see. Til next time, happy modelling! Torbjörn https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235094384-finished-rusty-and-battered-sla-apc-t-54-with-dozer-blade/&do=findComment&comment=4100253
  6. Maybe less strange than the fact that they speak English in a galaxy far, far away.
  7. BTW ... Isn't it strange that fighters are called A-wing, X-wing, Y-wing etc, when they don't have our alphabet in that galaxy?
  8. The pigeons have received some paint. First different shades of gray and blueish grays as a primer, then some brown, violet and green water colours. I tried to make every pigeon different from the other. Then I painted some more distinctive patterns with Payne's gray. They turned out pretty well, methinks. /Torbjörn
  9. Thanks! And be grateful that your pigeons are full scale and not 1/32. They would be extremely hard to hit otherwise. On the other hand their crap would be miniscule. /Torbjörn
  10. Don't worry, I've begun work on the pigeons. Assembled awaiting painting. They are very, very small! /Torbjörn
  11. She wouldn't like that! I got some PE sets over the internet, but as you say, the panels are too small. Torbjörn
  12. A quick update. I've painted the camo and put on some decals. A filter (tan I think) will follow. The net is the best I could find that's roughly in scale. It's cut from a mosquito net, so now I have 10 meters of the stuff, minus a small portion of about 15x30 centimeters. And no mosquitos here in the city center. Well, well, the sacrifices you have to make for the sake of art. Take care! /Torbjörn
  13. Thanks for the link! I will keep the raw wood anyway, I like the color of wood and the contrast it makes to the camouflage. /Torbjörn
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