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Przemek Przybulewski (Pprzybulewski)
29. March at 20:05:54 Share
Looks good so far... think there's still a mold seam visible on the turret, image 20, next to the smoke launcher (right)
17. April at 15:50:14
Thank Bart - and to be honest, I'm not sure what are seam lines and what are welds. Need to find some good reference photos to verify this.
17. April at 20:24:11
Add a comment » Ingo F
Looks like a mold seem. Here some pictures of the real one. Its an MK. 10 but they have the same armor package as far as i know:
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29. October 2018 at 12:10:40 Share
Recently bought myself, awaiting cockpit. which scheme?
29. October 2018 at 12:34:38
Nice loadout. FAB look good. Beautiful cockpit, detail on gauges is amazing
29. October 2018 at 12:38:16
Hey Przemek, isnt that your second Froggy in that scale? Looks great so far!
29. October 2018 at 12:41:45
Hi Scott and thank you. I have two camos on mind. One digital Ukraine and second traditional tri tone with bluish belly.
29. October 2018 at 12:46:30
Digi sounds cool. I want to do as sister sqn to Normandie Nieman
29. October 2018 at 12:55:45
Hi Holger - no, it's my first one. There's too much nice planes in 1:32 waiting in queue, so I'm building each one only once
That's right Scott, digital is on top of the list (very short list).
29. October 2018 at 14:58:53
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30. October 2018 at 14:46:49
Cockpit looks terriffic! That's a wonderful plane, also thought about building it in a BIG scale. What scheme is it going to be?
9. November 2018 at 06:29:51
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April 19, 2019
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What a delight to look at, pure eye candy. It's your heavy vehicles that make me want to drop my current project and continue on with my own truck builds. I can sit and look at this for hours.
19. April at 12:49:28
Thank you very much. It was a real pleasure to build those model (maybe tanker was not much fun) but overall I'm really satisfied with the result. And what's more important I'm truly happy that you like it.
19. April at 21:02:44
This is pure modelling
3 kit manufactures, combined beautifully, without the need of aftermarket stuf
19. April at 21:24:01
Add a comment » Tom
Wow, just stunning. Love the weathering. Have a dry throat and itchy eyes just looking at it. Looks so dry and dusty! I love models of heavy equipment. Thank you for sharing such an incredible build! The photos are great.
19. April at 21:58:20
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I fully agree with Nathan. Very interesting vehicle!
18. April at 20:17:36
Add a comment » Michael Hickey
Was this a sneaky build, it's like she came out of no where, and what a truly stunning build she is.
19. April at 03:13:17
April 17, 2019
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Nice one! But the panel shading is a little strong for my taste. Maybe it could be applied in a less uniform manner. But keep on weathering! I love them dirty ...
13. April at 16:10:03
Beautiful work, your preshading is first rate. Congratulations
16. April at 14:01:44
Add a comment » Przemek Przybulewski
Thank you all.
Some folks on polish forum pointed that exhaust petals are not correctly positioned.
After some research and few advised I decide to position them as they should be.
Last two photos show correct position of brake petals during stop.
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Thanks Mohammad. I'm trying to sort out things that I've did and currently have.
21. March at 19:45:39
These looks great. Well done on the connecting side grooves. I recall these having two re-bar loops at the top for lifting and positioning. Adding that to these would add to the realism. The lifting loops were made of 1" diameter re-bar, looped with both ends inserted during the pour, about 8" wide and 6-8" tall. Just a thought................
25. March at 13:59:59
Hi Michael - I've send you a PM
Brian - thank you for your comment. I'm aware that there should be lifting loops on top, however, I made those barriers mosty for sale and I leave decision to do them or no to my customers. When I did mine base for G6 howitzer, I've added such loops. Please take a look:
42. G6 Rhino SPH | Album by Pprzybulewski (1:35)
25. March at 20:07:15
Przenek, I saw you G6. Excellent work. Thanks for respond to my comment on the lifting loops. Understand all.
25. March at 20:17:05
Thank you Brian. I like this model, it was fun building it. And of course quite unusual design.
28. March at 11:36:40
Add a comment » James C
I've got an old banged up dressing table that has three large drawers measuring approx. 0.5 meters deep x 1 meter wide. Tucked away in the basement, it works quite well for paint storage.
30. March at 18:39:23
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Thanks gents. I have to admit that progress is small to none, but I hope to finish it in the next week or so.
I won't do much on the base as vehicles took most of space.
26. March at 09:49:01
Wow. Great job. Especially like the old battered sand paint on the HUMMWV and HEMMT tanker. Large diorama, demanding a significant case on the shelf.
27. March at 19:12:30
Add a comment » James C
Superb work you've done on these. Very impressive!
28. March at 17:41:17
March 28, 2019
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