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Roman Schilhart

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About Roman Schilhart

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    Small Scale Aficionado
  • Birthday 05/01/1969

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    Vienna, Austria
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    1/72 Late War ETO Aircraft, AFVs & Figures

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  1. Seems I missed this little gem the first time around! Good to see it returning to the front page. Sorry to hear about the fit issues. The result is very attractive, you turned this kit into a beautiful model! Excellent paintjob, as usual. Best greetings from Vienna! Roman
  2. Thank you for your interest, Hobo! I painted with Gunze Mr.Hobby acrylics, using H77 Tire Black for the undersides, H65 Black Green (aka RLM70) for the spots and H417 Light Grey (RLM76) as top color. The camo scheme was done in reverse-mottling technique by painting the top surfaces RLM70, then masking the dots with Uhu Tac blobs before spraying RLM76 all over: The clear parts themselves are a good fit. The problem zone is the aft section where the cockpit meets the fuselage. Some sanding was needed to get everything blended in. Nothing too serious, though. I also realized the outer wings edges have an incorrect shape …. Thank you Luis for your ongoing support!
  3. Hooray, it's one of 'ours' - built 'down under'! A very nice rendition of this classic jet aircraft.
  4. Thanks for your Feedback, Doc72. The color scheme is purely speculative, as you can't make out the correct shade from the few available original photographs. The spots could be RLM74 Grey, RLM70 Black Green or - simply Black, just like the underside. What you see is my 'best guess' from the available informations. Best greetings, Roman
  5. Dear fellow Britmodeller, here's my 1/72 Hasegawa Ju-188E in markings of KG 66, in 1945. Built with the addition of Eduard photo etch and Kora resin wheels. Photographs by Wolfgang Rabel. Thank you for your interest, best greetings from Vienna. Roman
  6. Excellent work, Sir! Paint job and weathering are spot-on.
  7. Another amazing model, Matthias! Great research work by Troy Smith as well.
  8. Although I find this particular tank design a bit odd-looking, your painting and weathering skills are top notch. The figures add a nice touch to the scene, and are very well done. Tracks looks excellent, too.
  9. Dear fellow Britmodellers, this is my 1/72 UM M12 155mm GMC 'King Kong', built from the box in markings of 991st FA Batallion, Germany 1944. Wires for the earth spade added. This little kit has around 250 parts (183 plastic and 62 photo-etch to be precise) and kept me busy for several months. Fit is problematic in places, and assembly challenging. I hope you like my result. Photos by Wolfgang Rabel. Thank you for your interest - best greetings from Vienna! Roman
  10. Dear fellow Britmodellers, here's my 1/72 Dragon Sherman M4A1 of 2nd Armored Division in France, 1944. Painted with Gunze acrylics, weathered with artist's oils. Photos by Wolfgang Rabel. Thanks for your interest in this topic. Best greetings from Vienna!
  11. Mottling mission accomplished successfully. Great looking Henschel!
  12. What an exceptional paint job on the model! You seem to be a Master in staining/weathering. (Unfortunately the pictures don't show without clicking the Flickr-link.)
  13. This P-40 kit is different to earlier releases - it is a modern tooling, one of Special Hobby's best efforts so far. No grinding, filling, swearing - everything falls together easily! Even location pins are provided, so can be recommended to all modellers. Different boxings are available, plus loads of aftermarket items from CMK (if one wishes to enhance the detailing).
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