May 5, 2021
April 3, 2021
February 4, 2021
Whoah!!! Nice! 👍
What happened to the air intake screen though?
Yes, very nice kit 🙂 This is the intake screen mounted from the underside. A 2nd screen follows on top after the painting.
OK! Thanks for the info!
Very interesting project
wow! it looks good
Sehr gut gelungen, und als Däne ausgeführt. Ich habe eine Schwäche für Bergepanzer!
January 2, 2021
Oh that´s interesting 🙂 Are you going to do a diorama of the Chernobyl firefighters? Anyway I´m definetly keeping an eye on this 👍
I was just looking at this kit earlier today. This is going to be a good one 🙂
Very impressive and dynamic diorama! Top work! From what I see it´s a good kit. Your dio brings it on my wish list.
Wow, that came out great. Such an awesome build! A fine tribute to these doomed heroes.
Top notch work 👍
Many thanks @ all!
how did i miss this beauty before? simply stunning Frank. well, as usual in your dios😉
Love the build!
Awesome look and feel to this diorama! Love it.
December 24, 2020
Jaw dropping good work, Michael! Really something!
December 10, 2020
Gefällt mir sehr gut - Lack, Transkiteinbau, Felgen. 👍 👍
Sehr gut geworden, schönes Auto! 👍
Thomas hat recht.
Very nice, well done
So pretty, nice work!
December 7, 2020
Fantastic work. Great subject and it looks beautiful!
I fully agree with Zachary.
very good job!
Looks great! 👍
Are the wheels from Def.Model?
Yes, the wheels are Def.Model.
Super! like the civilian look.
The rubber sealing around the front windows, are those included in the kit, or did you have to scratch build them?
These are included in the kit - only black painted the frame.
November 30, 2020
October 30, 2020
Nice GDR truck. I like this colour green!
Ifa, Barkas, Ikarus, special but lovely Designs . Well done Michael👍
Ist Dir wiedermal sehr gut gelungen!
Wusste gar nicht das es einen Ifa Leopard gab. Schiesst der mit Sand?😉
Looks pretty nice, bro!
October 24, 2020
Interesting project, waiting for more...
looks nice, the soldered seams will need a lot of sanding it seems
September 14, 2020
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July 31, 2020
Damn great (big) project! I am definately in!🙂
Many thanks - first of all, biggest horror: Watching Titanic the movie to see lot of clothes 🙂 🙁 Happy wive .... 🙂 🙂
I think i watched that movie 50 times. Yes with wifey and a lot of tears.😢 I think they worked pretty correct regabrding the ships details.
Where did you get all this figures? What a work to paint ´em all!8)
lots of fun ahead... painting all those figures would not be my favorite thing to do😉
Oh believe me - it not my favorite job .... absolutely not 🙂 The figuresa re from ZLPLA specially made for the coming Titanic 🙂
There is even a stripe with different dogs among the figures! Would be a cool theme to set them up on deck, all barking at the Iceberg... 😄
Couple of years, big-ship models advancing to 1:100 and we will get aftermarket ship-rats too...
Btw. ship build looks very promising too... 👍😉
Wow what a great model to take on. You will have have to do the 1/200 Titanic searcher after too ????. I will enjoy seei ng your progress and techniques, thanks for sharing.
July 30, 2020
Michael I admire your endurance! And your impressive build of course!
I used aluminium mesh from modulor.
Kolossal ! No other word...
And you started in 2011 ? Can that be true ?
Thanks for the idea to look at Modulor. can you remember what dimensions you used for the mesh walkways?
Unfortunately not .... I looked in my stash but I do not have anything left to measure it ... I am very sorry ...
June 30, 2020
June 24, 2020
Oh, I'm struggling to find words for this masterpiece!
Utterly brilliant and then some... So very convincing!
The more i see it , more i like it
Wow, Just WOW.
OK, I get how you would plan the build of the structure and the Diorama, but all the equipment, stock, tools, logs and all the hundreds (Thousands?) of little detail pieces?
It looks like you assembled all of the detail parts first, how do you even begin to work out how much you need, or do you just over-do it and put any excess in the stash? Seems I would find the need for the detail parts as I went, which makes for a long build.
Many thanks at all! I have built structure by structure, then added the interior to each structure before adding its roof. All the small parts are made of resin or white metal and primed with a spray can in brown (wood) or rust (metal), then all small stuff painted at once in many different colors .... then weathered with chalks and alcohol .... then placed all around the scenery 🙂