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Sairou

1/35 Tamiya Renault UE (With a twist)

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I'm very close to having the 'basic painting' done. The stowage needs a bit of work in some places, and the tools need additional detailing, perhaps. Either way, it's almost ready for a gloss coat, then some oil work, a pin wash, some chipping, some rust, a bit of mud...

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As you can see, these carriers really could get quite run-down.

 

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I have this book on the way, so will be trying some of the techniques here on my model.

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Never seen or heard of this before. Thanks for sharing this. Copying  Julian,  "Looking good👍🏻" 😂

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I like tankettes. It amazes me that human beings could fit in something so small.

Great build so far.

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(Don't mind the long fibre that I missed before I took the photo)

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Looks good, but those wooden boxes are amazing. 

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1 hour ago, Kris B said:

Looks good, but those wooden boxes are amazing. 

Thank you! It's amazing what you can achieve with brown oil paint! If anyone doesn't use this technique for wood, I highly recommend it, it's very simple and looks great.

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A bit of progress on the stowage situation. I plan on modelling a vehicle found by the Allies in 1944/45 and used for supply purposes.

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After a few setbacks involving a new matt varnish, which washed off some of my oil effects, I now only really need to work on the dust/dirt/mud before calling this one finished.

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It's done. More pictures in RFI.

 

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