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Here's my take on the Hasegawa 1/20th scale Mk.44 Ammo Knight from the Maschinen Krieger universe. This was built for a YouTube competition "Clean vs Weathered". There's still more I intend on doing to it, but had to stop it at this stage in order to meet the comp deadline.
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Cheers

Richard.

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Very impressive! Thanks for posting. That weathering looks suitably subtle. 

 

Cheers,

 

Andre

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Fantastic build Richard. I love the weathering on the green tank on the back in particular.

 

Andy:cat:

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You've captured the everyday wear and tear perfectly - that looks just like a piece of machinery that has endured a life of hard use.

 

T'other Richard

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Really great weathering! It looks spot on, like the contrast with the white front hatch with all its rust stains. 

Very nice! 😎

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Rust, dirt, grime and tons of detail. What's not to like? It's a cracker.

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