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Captured GAZ 03-03 Sanistätswagen, Medical Wagon UKRAINE 1944 - COMPLETE


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Evening all.......complete this one this week. Just have to find and work out what will go on the roof rack. But for all but a few minor final touch's.

 

Hope you like......:yes:

 

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Cheers Clive..... been a fun one to do......used it as a break from the Takom full interior Panther....thanks again mate...:yes:

 

Simon.    

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Great work, as usual, Simon. Do like your style of paintwork and weathering. 

As you say something on the roof,  a figure or two and perhaps a base....

Be great to see what you could do with a figure.

 

If anything like me, once you can call something done it can go in the cabinet and you move onto something else, its difficult going back to it.

 

Cheers

Darryl 

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Very impressive paint finish Simon, looks really good.  Mmm... stuff for the roof rack, boxes of medical supplies, perhaps a spare stretcher or two, just no weapons or camo nets. :whistle:

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Absolutely superb Simon. Your work on it has brought it to life. Nice one.

 

John.

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Absolutely smashing build. Looks like its been a proper casualty of battle as well.

Excellent weathering mate.

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12 hours ago, vaoinas said:

Oh, it looks just lovely.
There's really nothing to not like about this model. 
The dust and mud effects are especially well executed.

 

10 hours ago, Carius said:

Excellent build and finish Simon :clap2:

 

1 hour ago, Jasper dog said:

Great work, as usual, Simon. Do like your style of paintwork and weathering. 

As you say something on the roof,  a figure or two and perhaps a base....

Be great to see what you could do with a figure.

 

If anything like me, once you can call something done it can go in the cabinet and you move onto something else, its difficult going back to it.

 

Cheers

Darryl 

 

46 minutes ago, Retired Bob said:

Very impressive paint finish Simon, looks really good.  Mmm... stuff for the roof rack, boxes of medical supplies, perhaps a spare stretcher or two, just no weapons or camo nets. :whistle:

 

36 minutes ago, Bullbasket said:

Absolutely superb Simon. Your work on it has brought it to life. Nice one.

 

John.

 

Just wanted to say thank you all for the big thumbs up on the GAZ, and yes planning on roof luggage. I might just have some shapes beneath a tarpaulin.....not sure yet.

 

As regards a base and figures Darryl. That might be in it's future, as I intend to have a generic base on each of the 7 shelves I have in my cabinet. Individual base's for each finished piece is not on the cards at present as I have anywhere to put them.........:unamused:, maybe in time space will free up.

 

Thanks again chaps.....:yes:

 

 

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Top notch. Love the wood. Whack a couple of guys on stretchers on the roof. Excellent stuff.

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Now that's a rocked down vehicle! The weathering is top, although some of the splotches seem to be a bit out of scale to my eyes. The painting of the wood is exceptional!

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19 hours ago, Red Five said:

Top notch. Love the wood. Whack a couple of guys on stretchers on the roof. Excellent stuff.

 

12 hours ago, Hewy said:

Beautifully painted and weathered 

 

8 hours ago, mostrich said:

Now that's a rocked down vehicle! The weathering is top, although some of the splotches seem to be a bit out of scale to my eyes. The painting of the wood is exceptional!

 

Cheers guys.....appreciate that.....:yes:

 

As regards stowage etc, thats in the works. The scale of the mud Mostrich was done right after posting. I find you need to study a project in photo form.....it's surprising how much you see, compared to in the flesh. I also changed the windscreen to no wiper blade mark and just hand cleaned like the rest of the windows up front.

 

Thanks again.

 

Simon.

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