WHAT A DIRTY RUSSIAN LADS

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paul101
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WHAT A DIRTY RUSSIAN LADS

Postby paul101 » Sat Mar 30, 2013 3:25 pm

KV2-MODEL-1939
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The base was done with a piece of wood covered with cobble stone sheet that you can pick up in your local hobby shop,some of the foliage is also from the hobby shop and the rest from the garden.
The wall was made with DAS model clay i made up the size i wanted placed it on a scouring pad and rolled it with a glass to get the texture of stone,I then carved out the shap of stones i wanted with a scriber.
(It looks very nice in the photo if i do say so my self)
paints used ,tamiya flat earth,flat white,vallejo gray khaki 880,sand yellow 916,beige 917 .mahogany brown.
Washes were done with humbrol red brown ,Abteilung oils dark rust .The moss look was done with Abteilung faded green,water effect was still water mixed with oils .

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The battle damage was don with a soldering iron
Paint list for the tank /vallejo russian green.dark olive,camoflage green ,yellow green, RUST Humbrol red brown,and Abteilung light rust oils .
Washes Abteilung wash brown ,light @ bark rust. Streaks were AK streaking grime and finally mig pigments to dust .ps the figure and bike was by tamiya .ENJOY [smilie=yikes.gif]

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Re: WHAT A DIRTY RUSSIAN LADS

Postby BrIAN332 » Sun Mar 31, 2013 12:07 pm

Very nice work there Paul ,i like the battle damage on the KV and the light is a great detail, love the basework esp the wall,looks very realistic,very cool touch there as well with the German on the bike,class,looked great as well at the meeting at the shop,all those hours in the workshop sure paid off ;)

Brian :o)b

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Re: WHAT A DIRTY RUSSIAN LADS

Postby DAVY » Sun Mar 31, 2013 12:50 pm

Very good Paul i like it :)

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Re: WHAT A DIRTY RUSSIAN LADS

Postby Spud » Sun Mar 31, 2013 2:12 pm

very cool paul. only caught a quick look at her last night and she looks pretty good
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Re: WHAT A DIRTY RUSSIAN LADS

Postby beowulf » Sun Mar 31, 2013 6:19 pm

nice!.....always liked this version of the KV,......just a big armoured thug

i like that wall, nice work indeed

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Re: WHAT A DIRTY RUSSIAN LADS

Postby Vinny » Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:46 pm

Great work Paul! It looked excellent at the meeting. Very impressed with your technique for making the wall. :DX

Cracking diorama! Keep up the good work.
Vinny [smilie=thumb.gif]

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Re: WHAT A DIRTY RUSSIAN LADS

Postby Simson » Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:59 pm

Well done man.
Looks great that ugly thing!

The wall is something else......sounds very simple yet such a fantastic result.
And you can obtain any shape of stone or rock and make it as uneven as you want.

Dennis


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