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Dirk Heyer (Vlat)



In commission for my Tabletop mates!

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1:48 BRDM-2 Soviet Scout Car (Gaso.line GAS50126K)


15. January 2014, 11:38
Stefan Schneider
Für historisches Tabletop oder eine SciFi Conversion?
15. January 2014, 12:21
Dirk Heyer
First pictures of the prepared kit. Next step the entire Model will be primed with a resin primer from Mr. Hobby
17. January 2014, 20:53
Wim van der Luijt
Nice one...I have a panzer I from the same company...pretty good stuff they make
17. January 2014, 21:24
Stefan Schneider
Sieht gut aus! Bin gespannt auf die Bemalung.
17. January 2014, 21:57
Dirk Heyer
I`ve primed the entire kit to find any imperfections.
Using the green Vallejo Acrylic Primer, as usual.
I announced to use Mr. Hobby Resin Primer, but it is not recommended for indoor as most of those malodorous, stinking Enamel colours! OMG, all insects in radius of 3 meters
were killed instantly all the others behind that radius have serious nerve damage. I was able to close the glass instantly before I fainted.
If you have lost your sense of smell, your hobby room outside of your house or if you are spraying outside in the wilderness, this resin primer is maybe a good choice!
19. January 2014, 13:35
Christian Lehmann
This is why my workshop is always free of moskitos or other insects :)
19. January 2014, 13:48
Dirk Heyer
Now it is done and the model is ready for fothcoming funny Tabletop games!
Can`t wait to see this little vehicle in duty! :)
1. February 2014, 12:43
Stefan Schneider
Turned out pretty well and fits perfectly in your tabletop setting!
1. February 2014, 13:57
Wim van der Luijt
Which figures fit in 1:48 scale?
1. February 2014, 14:57
Dirk Heyer
Tabletop figures generally didn`t fit perfect but nearly to 1/48 scale.
The figures here are from Infinity.
28 mm to be exact.
But Tabletop Gamer are mostly more straightforward than scale modeller. :)
So it is not really a problem to use 1/64 figures with 1/48 vehicles!
1. February 2014, 15:54

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