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Discussion in 'Plastic' started by Oliver Bizer, Jul 16, 2015.
the last Modell from me is an Tiger Tank in 1:35
Here are the build from the Figures:
I am sure you will do a great job on the figures, but that tank is excellent!!
Thanks for the likes and thank you Chief !
The second soldier
I look forward to their painting. They really come alive that way.
Here is the Tank commander
Hey Ollie, it looks like "All the King's Horses, and all the King's men could glue the soldier back together again"!!
I to am looking forward to the painting. did a lot of figure painting for table top gaming years ago. have some 1/35 military figures that I have not worked on. Got some my son and I were going to work on, but we got busy, and our schedules wouldn't mesh. What do you use for primer?
I painted a Tamiya figure off of a model I had, and by some random strokes, all of a sudden, it looked like this guy a bunch of us knew, Dave (won't put his last name, though he is deceased). I thought I was seeing things, but I showed it to around 10 friends and they all said"Holy cr@p!! That is Dave!! I still have it, Lord knows at the bottom of what box it is in.
I had a similar experience when I was rebuilding DR. Tom's HO Shay #1 I ordered Brass engineer and fireman figures from PIA. they were excellent castings, I cleaned them, shot them with primer and painted them with a brush. when I painted the Fireman It looked like my friend Mack Montgomery. Tom got the Locomotive back, looked at the fireman, and said Good Lord, It's Mack!