Pkw. K1 KubelWagen Typ 82 / 1:16 / MODELIK

Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by Patero, Mar 7, 2008.

  1. Patero

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    Hi Jaffro. I strongly recomend that you still use your dealer, because tyres from me would last only until first rain. sign1

    Ken Thanks........

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  2. Stev0

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    Are you painting with a brush or spray? The color looks so even. Almost like your using a spray or airbrush.

    Nice work as usual though. I don't think I would expect less from you from the quality work you have done so far. It does seem like a pre-designed kit is easy going for you.

    :thumb:
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    hi stevo - patero using airbrush - futher informations give you patero :)

    guys it's time to buy planeticket to slovakia and look at this on some paper model show :D

    patero - perfect work as usual!!!
  4. Patero

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    I spray the model with airbrush. As far as the difficulty of the pre designed model is concerned, is not that it’s easier, but there’s couple of mistakes that I had to fix. When I do my design, I try to put extra time and care into pieces that are very visible ( tyres and other stuff on the surface).
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    wall1hamr crazy stuff!!!
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  9. Mark_1984

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    Don't try to tell me that's paper - it's can't be paper - dunno how you did it, but I'm sure it's not paper :lol:
  10. kchallen

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    Those tyres are a work of art, I can't believe that it's just paper and card, are you sure you did'nt find a nice set of rubber tyres.. only joking. The model looks fantistic, I'll have to get myself a copy and give it a try.

    Your a true artist, keep posting, it raises the bar on card modeling each time.
  11. How did you achieve the curve of the tire from rim to tread" It looks like it was modled in plastic? Wow!
  12. Patero

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  13. All I can say is WOW! I am impressed especially with your tires. I can';t believe it they look like they were molded in plastic. So young --alread a master. What are you going to do to top this when you have achieved the top already?
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  15. oklacnw

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    Patero, you may not speak English, but your pictures are worth a 1,000+ words.
    Al
  16. cgutzmer

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    daaaaaaang! That is one excellent model - I follow all your threads with great interest!
    Chris