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Ingo F (Igi87)


BRDM-2 (Early)

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This album is attached to project BRDM-2 (Early).

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1:35 BRDM-2 (Trumpeter 05511)


2. June 2016 at 20:26:44 Share
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James C Nice start mate, looks like it's going to be a quick build as well. :)
3. June 2016 at 00:39:04
Ingo F Nah, i don't think so. This model has an full interior and i am going to build and paint it. :)
3. June 2016 at 06:05:01
Ingo F Half way through. I have build the interior and sprayed it with the same green base color that i will later use for the model. Radio and devices were sprayed in black. Next step will be detail painting and drybrushing of the interior. I think i will add a little bit of weathering like chipping on the edges and mud/sand on the floor.
5. June 2016 at 19:09:33
James C That interior is going to look great with some paint on it. ;)
5. June 2016 at 19:26:34
Ingo F Finished the interior. I must admit its not my best work. :/ There are only few pictures of the interior of an BRDM-2 and i have found no pictures of the real radio and devices that were in the vehicle. The interior will be only visible through the small front windows or if you remove the turret.
6. June 2016 at 19:25:16
James C Nice job on that interior and cool to see it closed up now. :)
11. June 2016 at 20:11:49
Ingo F Interior is now completed. Joined the upper and lower hull together. Perfect fit only some spots needed a little bit of putty. ;)
11. June 2016 at 20:23:12
Ingo F The build is complete. Was really fun to build this one. The only thing i added were the cabling for the lamps.
The model is already primed black and is drying right now.
18. June 2016 at 19:16:11
James C Looks great and nice work on the wiring as well. My fingers are too fat and clumsy to do that. ;) Were the tow cables included in the kit or aftermarket?
18. June 2016 at 19:36:33
Ingo F Thanks James. The tow cable is included in the kit. Got the same problem with my fingers, they are also not small and sometime shaky. ;) Really hard to add small cable like that. ;)
18. June 2016 at 19:51:15
James C Haha. I know what you mean. I nearly lost it while trying to scratch build some fuel lines on my JS-3. I have a lot of respect for those that can actually do it. :P
18. June 2016 at 19:59:38
Ingo F Haha, i need to prepare myself mentaly for my next project. From Monday on i will be on summer vacation and will stay at home this time. I decided to build the T-72B from Trumpeter. The kit contains 1300 parts and during the construction i have to glue about 130 small PE disks to simulate the bolds for anti-radiation applique. That will be fun ...... :P
18. June 2016 at 20:27:55
Fabian D. Nice work. And be sure to keep us updated on that T-72 ;)
18. June 2016 at 21:00:39
Ingo F Thanks Fabian. I think i will start on monday. :)
18. June 2016 at 21:24:38
Eric RENOUX Good job !
19. June 2016 at 09:42:16
Ingo F Thank you Eric.
19. June 2016 at 14:36:10
Ingo F Painting is complete. Next will be detail painting and wheels. I decided to go with a weathered model. Faded paint, some scratches, paint chipps and a little bit of rust.
20. June 2016 at 15:38:40
Ingo F Finished this model. I think thats my best model so far. No more clean models in the future. :)
16. July 2016 at 12:22:25
Mike Grant Very nice work
16. July 2016 at 17:18:42
Ingo F Thanks Mike!
16. July 2016 at 18:22:59
James C Wow, excellent job on this mate. I really like the chipping/worn paint effect you've achieved on the sharp edges.
Did you use a wash to do it? Looks fantastic. ;)
16. July 2016 at 20:43:02
Dan M Very good chipping. I like how the model ended up looking
16. July 2016 at 20:52:07
Ingo F Thank you Dan. It was my first model where i used the sponge chipping technique.
16. July 2016 at 21:05:10
Ingo F Thanks James. The whole chipping was done with a piece of sponge and MIG Chipping paint. For the worn effect/streaks i used dark brown and rust wash.
16. July 2016 at 21:11:49
James C Cheers. Nice and subtle but really effective. Would like to have a go at trying it myself.
17. July 2016 at 03:52:24
Bart Goesaert love the amount of tiny damage on this one. very well done
18. July 2016 at 08:49:08
Ingo F Thank you Bart!
18. July 2016 at 09:26:00
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