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Challenger 2 - Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, KFOR

Project summary

Title:Challenger 2 - Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, KFOR
Scale:1:35
Status:Ideas
Timeline:Started on August 29, 2018

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Comments

28. August 2018, 22:20
 
28. August 2018, 23:42
29. August 2018, 00:13
Ingo F
Welcome guys. :) Will try to reproduce the tank on the thumbnail picture.
29. August 2018, 06:25
Ingo F
Cant find a shop that sells the Eduard PE set 35733. :(
29. August 2018, 08:41
Patrick Hagelstein
Cool! Curious how you are gonna do that specific camo net.
29. August 2018, 13:41
Ingo F
For the tarp that cover up the whole turret i will try to use Parafilm. Should work fine as the real on looks very thin. The camo net patches on the tarp and barrel will be done from the camouflage net from Tetra Model Works or from green stuff.
29. August 2018, 13:54
Patrick Hagelstein
OK, looking forward to that. :)
29. August 2018, 13:59
Scott Dutton
Me too, that net looks interesting, but judging by your other works, you'll nail it. Watching
31. August 2018, 22:26
Ingo F
Thank you guys and welcome on board. :)
1. September 2018, 10:47
Treehugger
You should be able to use many of the parts from Eduard 36126. I accidentally bought that version (Enhanced armor) for my KFOR kit.
18. November 2018, 17:49
Ingo F
Eduard 36126 or Voyager Model PE35388 does not matter. Would be nice to get my hands on the Eduard 35733 (KFOR) as this set contains the small stowage boxes that are placed above the side skirts of the KFOR Chally 2.
Unfortunately the set was discontinued by Eduard and almost impossible to get. Guess i have to scratchbuild them.
18. November 2018, 19:53
Patrick Hagelstein
Looks like these can be made with a wedge of thick plastic card with a lid of thinner plastic card.
18. November 2018, 22:05
Ingo F
Should work this way, thanks mate. Maybe i can use thin cooper for the lid. I got an 0,2mm plate somewhere. :)
18. November 2018, 22:09

 

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