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4 | 20. March 2019, 04:13
Tom ...
The build quality of this kit is really good.

My only complaints are that there are:
1) A lot of seams on the sprue pieces (but not the body or the large pieces),
2) The sprue connections are really really thick and lots and lots of them to boot, so a lot of tedious cleaning up of edges...
3) Some annoying pin-marks
4) The undercarriage is one simple molded piece so is going to be a pain to paint cleanly.

The chrome pieces are of a very high quality. I still went ahead and de-chrome them (which was very hard indeed) as I prefer the Alclad chrome.

I do wish they did some better or more interesting texturing for the seat but I guess for the skill level of the product I can't complain.

Anyway I really like this kit. All the pieces fit perfectly. The quality of all the pieces is solid. However, it's going to take me a long time to complete as I want to create a vintage (and slightly weathered) look but I'm not sure how to do that yet... so if you do follow along be prepared for very slow progress...

20. March 2019, 06:00
Chris Greathouse
no slow.... go go go! :P Your alclad pieces look very good.
30. March 2019, 19:40
Tom ...
Yeah, slow process... nearly two years now... decided not to go vintage this time. planning to get this kit again at some point again (i.e. when I feel I'm better able to do vintage).
10. January, 10:50
Tom ...
I've started using Tamiya's lacquer thinner to thin out their acrylics and it's resulting in a very smooth finish. My only complaint is that is drys too quickly, which on one hand is great but when masking it does create harsh edges... However not having orange peel is a big plus...
10. January, 11:06
Dominik Weitzer
very interesting. like what i see - nice and fresh color
10. January, 13:04
Tom ...
Ugh, I tried to get creative with the door and managed to damage that paint job. As I custom mixed the colors (and don't have any left) had no choice but to strip all the paint (except the chassis) and start again....

BTW, using Windex to remove the paint was amazingly effective. Very impressed.
11. January, 01:18
Skywalker
How long did you have to have the pieces soak in Windex to strip the paint? Would that work on lacquer as well?
11. January, 01:30
Tom ...
Hi Skywalker. Not very long, a minute or so. It won't work with lacquer, I don't think. Only with water based acrylics I believe. In my Tiger I build I was able to use Windex to remove my bad weathering as luckily I had laid down a lacquer based clear coat before hand.
11. January, 02:40
Tom ...
Made some "chrome" strips for the door.
11. January, 02:49
Dominik Weitzer
New start hä? Thats always a little bit sad, but a new start will bring some changes or upgrades you've not thought on before painting.
It only can get better now ;)
11. January, 13:46
Tom ...
True that, Dominik! Part of the reason too, to start again, was because I had better ideas on how to go about it.
12. January, 07:56
Dominik Weitzer
agreed!
on the finish line of my "General Lee", the paint started cracking. The body was done - paint, chrome, decals, clearcoat...and what a shiny finish he had!. That was a really hard point, to remove the paint. that time, there were no aftermarket decals on the market, so i wanted to print my own. after i removed the paint, i changed the trimlines around the roof and overhauled the complete front to fit better with the bumpers.
thats why i think, sometime the "Modelbuildersgod" gives you a hint, when you can make it better :-D .
13. January, 15:54

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4 | 5. January, 00:17
Bob Hall
Nice ! Killer weathering, Tom !
5. January, 00:58
Tom
Fantastic
5. January, 01:49
OttovonLindberg
Beautiful weathering. My only criticism is that you should make the cleats of the tracks metallic as it would be worn and not rusty
5. January, 02:26

January 4, 2021

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Tiger I Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I Ausführung E (Sd.Kfz.181) Frühe Produktion
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Tom ...
Oh, I forgot: make sure to really shake Stynylrez before using it. That's important. Also don't let it freeze. I've not had experience myself but have heard others have, and that the primer becomes unusable.
23. December 2020, 19:49
JD
Thanks Tom, great info. I also use an Iwata with a 0.5 needle, so I should not have any problems. I've been searching for a water based sandable primer for some time now. And you're right about learning to maintain the airbrush, and keep it clean. It's definitely part of the learning curve.
23. December 2020, 21:05
Tom ...
So Pix #23 shows a test I did with using hairspray and AK Interactive's Worn Effects fluid to get a chipped/weathered effect.

Here's what I did in the test :

1. I decanted the hairspray so that I could more easily control the amount that gets applied via an airbrush.
2. The test piece was primed with black stynylrez and then coated with Alclad Klear Kote Matt.
3. The sections named "HS" are the Tresemme hairspray and the "AK"s are the AK fluid.
4. The numbers, 1, 2, and 3, are the number of light coats I applied to each section
5. For each panel I then wetted and scrubbed with a brush for the same amount of time and pressure.

You can see from the picture that the thicker the effect layer was the more easily the panel chipped.
The hairspray was much more effective than the AK fluid.

Here are some things I found that are not show in the images:

1. The AK Worn Effects Liquid did not lay down at all well on the matt clear coat. I guess it needs to be used on very flat paint as its surface tension just makes it bean like water. Maybe it's possible to add something to reduce the surface tension and get good coverage... The Tresemme laid down beautifully!
2. Don't lay down the final color coat too thickly. If the paint is too wet then it activates the hairspray layer and you get ugly cracking forming.... though if that's an effect you want then do lay it down thickly. However, to avoid cracking, build up the final coat in really thin layers till you get the coverage you need.

What I've learnt most about that this technique is that it is not as easy as many videos make it out to be. I'm also guessing that how long you let the hairspray and top layers dry probably effects how well the chipping works.

Have to say I'm somewhat apprehensive about applying the technique to the tank at this point....
24. December 2020, 03:35
Tom ...
Unfortunately the whitewash weathering did not turnout well. Ugh!

I might try to see if I can remove the paint and do it over again...
29. December 2020, 07:01
Tom ...
Wow! I used some windex to try to remove the paint and it works a charm. It doesn't interact with the underlying Alclad Klear Kote! So Happy.
29. December 2020, 07:26
Tom ...
And it's done! The weathering turned out okay seeing as it was my first real attempt at doing that. Assembled the internals and everything works. Will post a video of it in action tomorrow. It's very noisy and the controls are pretty crude.
4. January, 10:07
Tom ...
She her in action: Youtube Video

 
4. January, 19:00
Spanjaard
observer almost put the armor to the test ;)
4. January, 19:40

January 2, 2021

Ben M@Tom ...
People build "micro layouts" that are pretty cool. I am thinking of building one soon. They are typically less than 6 square feet and are in a small scale or narrow gauge so a lot can be fit into a very small space. I recently built a 9 square inch diorama for my little russian ball tank and it was really fun. I'd never built "scenery" before and I was very happy with how it turned out.
1 | 2. January, 22:18
Kenneth Hanson
Yes, the micro layouts are pretty cool! I'll have to check out your Russian Ball tank.
2. January, 22:37
Tom ...
Arrrgh, don't tempt me. Now I'm going to google "micro layouts" and go down another hobby rabbit hole.... Damn you, Internet!
2. January, 23:25
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Chris Greathouse
Nice buy! I've been eyeing that Land Rover myself, it looks sweet.
1. June 2020, 02:07
Tom ...
Me too, Chris. I also like that my LHS is starting to stock more esoteric kits, like Polar Lights. Hope they get enough sales to keep them coming. I'm a sucker for the not-so-run-of-the-mill.
1. June 2020, 03:33
Tom ...
I went a little crazy and purchased some mini woodworking tools: scroll saw, table saw and sander. The scroll saw arrived on Father's Day so it was meant to be, I guess. My reasoning for the purchases is that I would like to be able to fabricate more things on my own... In my mind I have visions of me being as creative as others on this site and scratch building parts and dioramas and such... only time will tell though... Hobbies seem to be more about collecting things me thinks. :)
22. June 2020, 20:08
Martin Oostrom
We share the same visions. Luckily I don't have the room you have :D
23. June 2020, 05:19
Chaz Gordon
That's a nice little saw Tom, I don't think you need help at all, you should be able to manage a whole sheet of plascard in that on your own.
23. June 2020, 07:05
Tom ...
Pic #12: Very excited to get the "Crepe Mobile"!

Bob turned me on to the "hpiguys Workshop" YouTube channel where you can see this kit being built: Youtube Video. I've always wanted this kind of kit and the video sealed the deal even though it is spendy.

 


If you've not seen this channel definitely give it a look. He's for sure given me some of my model building mojo back with his simple but effect approach to building and painting, and having fun. Very enjoyable to watch!

WARNING: Watching this channel will result in you buying more kits.
29. December 2020, 21:01
Nathan Dempsey
I want one of these now as well. I recently ran across a real one at the St. Petersburg (FL) pier being used as a coffee vendor. The owner let me take a bunch of pics :)
29. December 2020, 23:51
Bob Hall
The Pancake Roach Coach ! Pretty cool !
30. December 2020, 00:53

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48202
2000 | Changed parts
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Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. E Tiger I (early)
3R Military Wehrmacht Heer (German Army 1935-1945)
s.Pz.Abt. 503 332
1943 World War 2 - Eastern Front SU
RAL7021 German grey
 
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1:50 Polaris (OcCre 12007)
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Tom ...
Thx you guys. It was a fun build. Something a little different. Hopefully the smoke is going away soon. I miss my porch.
14. September 2020, 03:55
Łukasz Gliński
Outstanding effect, it looks sooooooo real Props for the rigging too
Btw. How come you've got such a clean workbench? ;)
14. September 2020, 07:29
Tom ...
Lukasz it's easy. I take my arm and swipe everything to the floor... :)
14. September 2020, 09:48
Daniel Klink
Very beautiful built and result Tom...
14. September 2020, 09:52
Tim Heimer
Tom, I've got to teach myself that clearing method! I hear it works great!
14. September 2020, 17:15
Bill Newcomer
What! No skull and cross bones flag!
14. September 2020, 18:09
Tom Beighley
Turned out really nice!
15. September 2020, 03:54
Bob Hall
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20. November 2018, 20:50
Tom Ballhoff
Excellent
20. November 2018, 21:13
Daniel Klink
One little thing: The Laquer is a little bit too less on the shiny and polished side.
Even Ducks had a shiny and deep glossy Hull when they were new and well preserved :)
20. November 2018, 21:45
Tom ...
Ha Daniel, you make me laugh. At the moment I just struggle to not make a mess of airbrushing. Hopefully it doesn't take too long to get to the point where I can control what look I really want. :)

And what I really want is to get good at weathering/realism. I find weathered models much more interesting. I think I should buy some miniatures and just practice painting them, that way I don't care if I mess up.
20. November 2018, 22:03
Bob Hall
Very Nice !!! BRAVO !
20. November 2018, 23:42
Dominik Weitzer
realy nice! well done!
25. August 2020, 05:45
Chaz Gordon
Nice work Tom, Didn't even know Tamiya did one of those, thought that was the exclusive domain of Heller.
25. August 2020, 14:24
Gary Dahlström
Wish I could give it two "like"s my daughter loves it as well.
25. August 2020, 16:03

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Ben M
You're dripping with humor today.
23. June 2020, 20:14
Christian W
Interessting.
24. June 2020, 05:02
JD
Yeah I've got many irons in the fire... Why not use this extra time to learn another skill, like Shipbuilding?
24. June 2020, 05:06
Tom ...
Yay, got one plank down tonight. Only took best part of 3 hours.... This is like doing a puzzle, only you have to make the pieces yourself.

Half of my time was figuring out the planking plan. Used blue tape to get the length of a bulkhead and then divide it into 9 intervals, i.e. 9 planks. Luckily most of the bulkheads/frames are the same effective length so I think I can get away with very little tapering except at the bow and the "middle" plank.

The bottom plank I just installed is called the "garboard strake" and it's was really a bit of work to shape it right. I think it worked out well except for the bow end. There is too much of a curve into the keel. Man this is a learning curve too. I might have bitten off more than I can chew.

Off now to have a mug of grog... I mean beer.
24. June 2020, 05:28
Tom ...
Wow, this build is kicking my butt. Definitely not a beginner kit as far as the planking goes. Unlike most ships, where you don't see the inside of the hull, here it is very noticeable if the planks don't fit perfectly (or close to perfect) on to the frames. Also being a relatively small hull makes planking even harder.

So I decided to purchase a true "beginners" kit from OcCre: Polaris (OcCre 12007, 1:50) and see how I fare with that. Just having a larger model should make it much easier to start with.

1:50 Polaris (OcCre 12007)
 


There are also step-by-step videos to go with it: Youtube Video

 


In the meantime I'll plug away at this one. It's just going to take a long time to get good at bending the planks to fit the contours of the frames properly. I'm also figuring out that I could have better faired the frames to being with to make planking a little easier.
20. July 2020, 22:43
Bob Hall
Epic Project Tom, This looks sweet ! You definitely have more patience than I, good sir !
21. July 2020, 00:29
Richmond
Tom when it comes to planking here are 3 links of a true master at work (Chuck Pasaro)

https://modelshipworld.com/t..le-by-chuck-finished/page/3/

Youtube Video

 


shipmodelsocietyofnewjersey.org/downloads.php
9. August 2020, 11:24
Chris Greathouse
Looks like a fun project! Watching!
9. August 2020, 12:08

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1 | 15. June 2020, 05:40
Tom ...
Doing this kit as a warm up to Mars Attacks. Hopefully Mars attacks has better fitting pieces. Going to be a fair bit of work to get rid of all the holes and seams.

However.... "Double Action. Twice the Terror". Buhahahaha!

Going to be leaving the lights on at the bench...
15. June 2020, 05:46
JD
Spooky! :#
15. June 2020, 06:49
Gareth Burge
Looking forward to this...
15. June 2020, 08:37
Tom ...
Have given up on trying to remove seams and joints. The fittings are terrible and as this is really a throwaway project I'm not too worried. This build is more about painting.

Oh and the jailer's axe "action" works really well. I'm impressed.
20. June 2020, 21:44
Bill Newcomer
It appears the "Jailer" is well fed.
20. June 2020, 21:58
Chaz Gordon
Polar Lights are releasing some really interesting subjects, reminds me of the weird Revell stuff from the 80s
24. June 2020, 20:17
Tom ...
Primed everything so will start painting soon.
2. July 2020, 23:04
Bill Newcomer
Hey! Be careful with that! You'll poke someone's eye out! LOL
10. July 2020, 07:19
Tom ...
hehe :)
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Torsten Wendt
I like the driver so much :)
21. June 2020, 18:22
Tom ...
Torsten, I can't claim credit for the driver. Came like that with the kit. I guess I could weather him a bit but I'm over this build.

Bill, it's nothing terrible. In fact it's pretty decent. I think I'm just getting more fussy. It does have lots of seams and I don't like how the chassis connects to the body. Makes it hard to have proper alignment and the radiator doesn't seem to fix into its space. Make sure to dry fit the cockpit and chassis before glueing the cockpit/tub in place. The hood/bonnet assembly requires some carving to make it open and close well and there is a lot of fiddling about to get the hood assembly positioned so it works. I love the body (apart from having to remove the outrageous seams) but I do wish the roll bar had a better "seat" for glueing on but then the kit allows you to build different configurations, i.e. without a roll bar, so I guess there's no getting around that.

Oh and DON'T glue in the steering wheel if you are going to be putting Ken in the driver's seat or there will be no room for him to fit. Put him in and then jam the steering wheel into its hole.

Oh and theTires! Dry fit the hubs in to the tires before you paint them. I had to carve out a good amount of the inside of the tires to get the hubs to fit.

I think what I mean by a better kit is one that is more detailed and advanced. This is one car I'm willing to spend a bit of money on. I don't care too much for modern race cars but there's something about this Cobra and its ilk that I really love.
22. June 2020, 01:34
Bill Newcomer
Thanks for the tips Tom.
22. June 2020, 03:52
Chaz Gordon
A proper roll bar on a cobra should pass through a hole on the body and bolt to the chassis, there is a gap to allow flexing without rubbing, so accuracy would demand a hole larger than the hoop tube, but then you'd need to extend the tube.
22. June 2020, 07:03
Spanjaard
beautiful blue color
22. June 2020, 14:08
Christian W
Now I watched your built long enough without showing you my Cobra. Two months ago I restored it. Funny thing: the color. First I wanted to paint it steal grey that it fits to my Viper QP. Then I changed my mind:
[img1]
[img2]
*lol*
Yes, the little windows at the sides are missing. I've had the Cobra for more than twenty years. It wasn't painted and during the long running other builds I grab one and restore it.
 


To your Cobra. Under the body it is definitely better than mine ;) Very good. Like it.
Then I saw the driver and the first person which came into my mind: Jacky Ickx. He looks so familiar. A pair of gloves where cool. Those with the free nuckles :)
22. June 2020, 16:38
Tom ...
Nice one, Christian! It looks sharp and clean! The dashboard and steering wheel are perfect too.
22. June 2020, 19:42
Christian W
Thank you. I'll do a gallery hopefully this week.
22. June 2020, 19:45

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16. June 2020, 02:27
Tom ...
Going ahead with the build phase...
16. June 2020, 02:28
Greg Baker
Oh, man... sign me UP~!
16. June 2020, 02:30
JD
"Don't run! We are your friends!" – Martian Translation Device
16. June 2020, 03:23
Ben M
ACK! ACK ACK! ACK!
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JD
Only the Dems... :O
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JD
Yeah, we think alike in that regard. I'm dying to get to my Ma.K stuff, but my skills aren't there yet to do them justice, so I practice and learn on other things, sometimes on toys I find at the $ store. I had an epic failure learning salt chipping on a toy robot, but it was all good! But I digress...
13. June 2020, 22:48
Peter Hardy
Yep, love it.

13. June 2020, 23:30
14. June 2020, 02:28
Peter Hardy
Must be airsick, looking a bit green around the gills!
Fun build Tom, I have enjoyed it more than you, please get the Mars Attacks thing happening soon. I can't wait!
14. June 2020, 03:11
Chaz Gordon
I checked the kit page and looked at the instructions. Thought there were missing pages. Then i realized it's just the one step. But then how many parts does a saucer need?.
14. June 2020, 03:36
Tom ...
Thx, guys. I think that I will pre-assemble Mars Attacks, and maybe even prime it, but hold off on painting till I have more confidence. I hear it requires a bit of filling work. Also have a wooden long boat kit I want to get started on. Probably biting off more than I can chew. Still have the wheels on the Cobra to finish.
14. June 2020, 03:41
JD
No! Tom..you must do Mars Attacks! Give your fans what they want to see, then you can go back to doing cars or aircraft or whatever... :P :P
14. June 2020, 06:24
Dominik Weitzer
Looks good! Well done!
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Tom ...
Thanks, guys. Next up is the Linberg flying saucer (from 1952 https://fantastic-plastic.com/lindberg_flying_saucer.html) that Polar Lights have released as Plan 9 from Outer Space: Plan 9 - WIP | Album by Cohort (1:48)
10. February 2020, 20:34
Bob Hall
I was Just watching those old Ed Wood Movies the other day ! This is gonna be good ! *pulls up seat with popcorn* I'm in !
10. February 2020, 21:02
Tom ...
yeah, it's so strange that these kits were actually used in the movie. The box says "a bizarrely authentic scale mode... All 61 rivets are accounted for and placed in exactly the same spots..."
10. February 2020, 21:23
Bill Newcomer
Definitely a build to be proud of.
11. February 2020, 03:16
Chris Greathouse
Hope there's another fire truck on standby because your truck is LIT!... I really like the color of the coats.
11. February 2020, 05:45
Alec K
Excellent work. I love the figs, and the red paint is just gorgeous
11. February 2020, 12:39
Chris Greathouse
Thanks for your spoon table! I'll going to use that 1st spoon on all the chrome pieces on my Aussie truck, my chassis, and other details. The Cab will be dark green with details.
28. February 2020, 04:48
Christian W
V e r y n i c e! The figures Looking good and the Ford good too ;)
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Neuling
Top job on vehicle and firemen. An early type first responder. Beautiful!
9. February 2020, 07:50
Treehugger
Are the tires supposed to be white?
9. February 2020, 07:51
Danny Meer
Very nice build and Treehugger yes in the early beginning of using rubber from trees it was the white latex that was used. Ford's own rubber plantation didn't last long
9. February 2020, 10:47
Valters Orlovskis
Very nice! Brass is looking really great! Well done!
9. February 2020, 10:55
Tom ...
Thanks, guys. I'm happy with how it turned out.
10. February 2020, 20:11
Bob Hall
Now all ya need is a "Chicago Fire" backdrop and Mrs O'Leary's Cow snickering walking off into the back ground ! LOL !!!!!!!
10. February 2020, 20:16
Tom ...
I do need to get into doing dio's.... some day...
10. February 2020, 20:22
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Tiger I Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I Ausführung E (Sd.Kfz.181) Frühe Produktion
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A little fun decor for my office!
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