HOLY! This is a fantastic model! Perfect paintjob - well done.
Awesome finish! 👍
Did you use oils, and if so, how did you layer it, was there any important method for avoiding the colors just being added at random?
Yep. Oil paints were used. Each layer was protected by acrylic mat varnish.
That's a stunning looking U-Boat. Very impressive weathering 👍
Enjoying the dry dock base too! Inspirational work - so much detail to take in. Well done on a fantastic result.
April 28, 2021
April 2, 2021
February 14, 2021
January 6, 2021
December 14, 2020
December 13, 2020
November 14, 2020
Great work 👍
Great work indeed!
Awesome details and paintjob 👍
An epic kit and what looks like a great build so far! Thanks for sharing
Superb...the weathering and paint is spot on
October 7, 2020
September 5, 2020
This is dammit cool and well done!
Looks awesome! 👍
Looking very cool... more pics would be appreciated... can you elaborate a bit more on the painting stages and seascape?
Oh my... baby dragon is getting some serious scolding by big Mama... 😄
Magnificent - rock, water and Dragon... I go with Bart, pics & know-how about the paint & sea jobs would be highly welcome.
holy smokes! fantastic! the saliva strings are a great detail.
The main inspiration for my diorama was film from bellow. The dragon was mainly painted with an airbrush. I tried to paint the dragon as "realistically" as I can. The main reference was the dinosaurs from Juraisic Park (apparently the entire Juraisic park is wrong because the dinosaurs were wearing feathers). That's why I avoided shiny, bold colors such as purple and red. The main part of the base (rock) is part of the kit. I just made the rocks a little bigger using woodland scenic forms. Water is a combination of different techniques. I follow the steps presented in the film. Water is epoxy resin, as well as the main wave hitting the rock. Then I made the waves in the same way as in the movie Luke Towan. To add some spontanius to the waves I used a transparent silicone like in the movie Lukes aps.
Please give us more photos to marvel at. Close ups wouldn't hurt...
August 31, 2020
Keep us posted with pictures.
August 28, 2020
August 24, 2020
August 18, 2020
Yeach, movement sensor on base activates the lighting model.
Lovely work and I like the idea of working features 🙂
👍 👍 👍 🙂
Always nice to see MaK come up in the feed. Well done 🙂
July 25, 2020
Cool ! „so shiny, so chrome !". 🙂 excellent work,spot on !
What I like most about Fury Road aside the movie itself : Every single vehicle was actually built and running,
no cgi involved. They really had the time of their lives making and driving them.
What George Miller didn't like about the cars was the difference in price, compared to 1979.
He didn't say what they cost but I wouldn't be surprised if the whole budget of the original movie was used to get the three Aussie cars
Not favorite movie but excellent execution!
Nice work!!! 👍 👍 👍
I'm likeing this "what if" models… Great scratch and final models 👍
July 20, 2020
July 16, 2020
June 27, 2020
Nicely done! Great work.
Awesome beat up Walrus 👍
Stunning model wow nice job!
Every praise you got here is well deserved!
beautiful model, the BiG Ed Set unfortunately makes little sense since everything remains hidden in the fuselage, except for the bomb locks, a really successful model 👍 👍 👍 and a good basis from Airfix
Wow, very nice!
get the right background, and it looks like reference pictures. what a beautiful model!
Not my scale but, Looks great a great work all round, to me. 👍
June 26, 2020