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IBG 1/35 Otter Armoured Car


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2 minutes ago, Bertie McBoatface said:

 

Can we see a photo of it please?

Once I have the part I will take a photo of it ....

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10 minutes ago, Bertie McBoatface said:

 

The best way to speed up delivery would be to scratchbuild a replacement. 😁

Well yes... But can  wait

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3 hours ago, Bertie McBoatface said:

 

The best way to speed up delivery would be to scratchbuild a replacement. 

 

Not much bench time at the moment... But interior fittings finished...

 

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11 minutes ago, Bertie McBoatface said:

 

It looks lovely and very delicate. What's the red material?

Thanks... Red stuff is coke can.. so thin aluminium 

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  • 4 weeks later...

think I wont get chance to finish this by the 23rd October deadline. ill continue as much as I can tho and then move to the normal Armour WIP forum

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1 hour ago, zebra said:

Very nice work on the interior. How much of this will be visible when it's assembled?

Thanks...  Both doors will be left open, as well as front and rear vision hatches so should be some light... Mostly the sidewalls I guess....

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Your armor models always blow me away because of the small, simple, but meaningful additions you make. Like your Coke can brackets and your simple but effective interior work.

 

Seeing this has me considering my Canadian Archer...

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, SoftScience said:

Your armor models always blow me away because of the small, simple, but meaningful additions you make. Like your Coke can brackets and your simple but effective interior work.

 

Seeing this has me considering my Canadian Archer...

 

 

well thanks for the compliment, much appreciated... I just like to see what research is available and see what can com of it. Some of it is more complex than others but even a small personal touch (stowage, little but of scratch building, an unusual camo scheme) keeps the hobby interesting - after all building vehicle after vehicle in olive drab would get a little bit monotonous for me.....

 

 

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Your interior really is a work of art, Rob. It looks like plenty of it will still be visible as well from that doorway shot

 

James

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17 minutes ago, 81-er said:

Your interior really is a work of art, Rob. It looks like plenty of it will still be visible as well from that doorway shot

 

James

Thanks James.... Actually I think once the seat backs are in and roof on not much will be visible...

 

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