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PanZair

2S19 self-propelled 152mm Howtzer

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Well that is a cool presentation of a build. Congrats on that and also the subject. I am stuck in WWII German vehicles, but it is very tempting to build out of my scope once in a while. I like this very much.

 

Kind regards,

 

Robert Jan

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Looking good, did you glue the tracks to each other using the wheels as a mould and then remove to paint at a later date?

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glued front tracks on the front wheel and rear track on rear wheel, a long section of tracks between..

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Nice subject, What brand is the kit ?, could you please tell me how you get that pure white at the background of the photos ...?

Cheers mate 👍

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4 hours ago, FrancisGL said:

Nice subject, What brand is the kit ?, could you please tell me how you get that pure white at the background of the photos ...?

Cheers mate 👍

Also interested in the white background. 

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Hello,

thanks for the com 

i use a light Box for my pictures (Foldio 3) with Canon 6 or 1000D APN and after pictures, i use photoshop with white and black balance

 

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Excellent presentation and photography.

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Hi Panzair,

Thank you very much for the info, I imagined that it was necessary some "cooking", to get a pure background.
I also use Photoshop to try to get it, although the difficulty is to do it without altering the color of the model ...
Nice progress ...👍

Cheers mate

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Ahaaaa, a Photoshop is needed. But of course your equipment is great as well. But I always wondered how people get those fantastic pictures rich and with interesting contrast.

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1 hour ago, Soeren said:

Ahaaaa, a Photoshop is needed. But of course your equipment is great as well. But I always wondered how people get those fantastic pictures rich and with interesting contrast.

In the good old days of photography you got the same results with good old lighting, filters and backdrops I believe 😉.  Now it's all on a PC.

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Very great model and photographed.

A advice to everyone. Please go to Andy Moore's threads, he explain what equipment you need for such great pictures with pure white background and super sharp images.

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Wow, how to make something complex look really easy,  Looking forward to painting and weathering.

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Excellent work with the build, and super sharp photos.

 

John.

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Hi guys,

first coat of green paint on the 2S19 after a good black primer.

3/4 A.MIG-053-PROTECTIVE NC 1200 + 1/4 A.MIG-932 -  RUSSIAN BASE ZIS 508

with airbrush. Try to keep the black coat with transparence...

 

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Hi guys

Final step with airbrush on the 2S19

soon, start to paint details with brush

 

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