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Jens (Starterset)


BM 13-16 N Katjuscha / on Studebaker US6x6 U3, 2 ??½-ton

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2. December 2013 at 13:20:01 Share
Jens my first try with land vehicles :)
11. December 2013 at 11:35:17
12. December 2013 at 07:12:53
Jens sorry my english Google Translate :(

The night work , but put in a little better light in scene

The mud application is a mixture of flour , powdered sugar and Model Master gray, painted and covered with brown tones and MIG rust pigment
the Wassersrtuckturen have emerged on the Model Master Steel Blue by diluted hair spray, thinner than in the first step, water ,
Lightly sand , used 600 wet , then repeatedly applied diluted with iso Haarsary and blown with about 3 bar from the Gun
always through the rear window of the cab
then top left and put a drop of just 45 ° tilted and run over the mat coating
so are the very fine Struck doors originated
Is painted as Gundschicht , MM steel blue, then MM Olive Drab and all other layers with greens from the house Gunze
yet I have never painted over the entire surface , but only the sanded repair locations
the rust spots on the bumpers and fenders are pre-treated with ethyl acetate , which I also often referred to as sec. adhesives used
when the ethyl runs , remain " fish skin " Imagine , a short blow and the ethyl dry off without " damage "

Now I am afraid to wait again for a supply of the appropriate colors, then so I wanted to adjust the raindrops like after a shower , but more if all tests have been completed to ... also to the individual materials
the wipers are in the works , some PE residues , silver wire and brass, to the isolation of a cable , whether it will then be worth ? ?
12. December 2013 at 11:22:10
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