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robw_uk

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  1. oh boy thats a great modification... love the work you are doing on this
  2. looks good.. i have this kit to go on the Tiger Scammel Transporter. On the caunter scheme, how did you mask it to get it so neat? thats the one thing I am not looking forward to...
  3. nice kit... i would love the airfix kit or airfix portee
  4. nice variation for the old M4
  5. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    Star Decals - Hungarian Uprising - applied. Supposed to represent a Hungarian Army tank in Revolutionary hands. I want to put a white stripe the length of the tank (usually down the center so not sure it will work with the lights) and may try to hand paint a slogan as well but that can wait. Still not sure on the skirts but they are being painted up anyway. If I dont use them I may use them as tests for rust weathering IMG_20180628_180843 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180628_180855 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180628_180914 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180628_180832 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180628_181109 by Robert Worth, on Flickr
  6. yeah number stencils have been something i have thought about... think the kits i have in the stash (3) dont call for large numbers - just the mean lean green "kermit" machine
  7. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    now its green AND shiny ahead of decals and then weathering..... IMG_20180627_194840 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180627_194850 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180627_194916 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180627_194909 by Robert Worth, on Flickr
  8. stunning work... bit that caught my eye - the interior wall with the fire extinguisher.... thats a great focal point
  9. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    Simon, dot filtering is good fun. lighter dots at the top, darker lower down (on damp surface) then vertical strokes to add streaking.....
  10. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    brilliant videos... think the dark green filter will be a good start
  11. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    thanks Simon... I have "green for allied tanks" so going to try that (will do it on a gloss coat so that is tomorrows job if I get time)
  12. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    plus i will dot filter - white/yellow/brown/black probably
  13. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    thansk Simon. I have a green filter already so will use that - not specifically for Russian green tho
  14. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    it seems to have gone green!!!! am expecting further weathering will tone it down a bit IMG_20180623_160132_1 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180623_160208 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180623_160225 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180623_160253 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180623_160235 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180623_160345 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180623_160327 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180623_160320 by Robert Worth, on Flickr
  15. robw_uk

    Hobby Boss TAS 44-M

    its all gone streaky - hoping the green (thinned very low pressure) will tie it all together... that should be tomorrows job IMG_20180622_190210 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180622_190155 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180622_190202 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180622_190147 by Robert Worth, on Flickr IMG_20180622_190135 by Robert Worth, on Flickr
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