Walter de la Mare Just started this model and have already run into problems. The instructions for part of the engine call for colour X. There is no colour X. The colours range from A to J. Any advice peeps? Picture of destructions attached.
Mark Swift Thanks guys, sorry about the camera quality. Fabian you just have to take this kit steady its quite fiddly and doesn't fit easly together the same way Tamiya kits do. Another thing is Revells colour/decal guide isn't all that spot on especially for the DAK version.
30. December 2013, 19:13
Fabian D. Hi Mark ... just got the same impression while looking at the sprues... didn't had such a close look at the markings, but I'll go for a plain grey in France ... no matter what revell is offering
Do you use a mobile for your pics? Maybe you just have to clean the lens... if i wouldn't do that on mine, I'd get the same foggy pics
31. December 2013, 04:18
Mark Swift Hi Fabian, I think the decels for a Grey early war one should be fine. Yes using my mobile I think the lens is more scratched than dirty to be honest, I will use a proper cameras as more progress is made.
Christian Meyerhoff THX Frank! I took these pics 5 minutes ago using my desktop light as am illumination. Sorry for that. I promise you to bring this one to Wangerooge. Maybe it looks better in daylight. See You there...
30. January 2013, 19:36
Frank Krause Better to bring a DUKW to Wangerooge as per Holger's weather forecast...
Looking forward to rest my eyes on your Henschel...!
Wangerooge - 5 and counting...
30. January 2013, 19:39
Christian Meyerhoff You may be right Frank, but I never heard of a DUKW selling Bockwurst and Coffee during the passage. I take the ferry!
31. January 2013, 10:26
Flemming Forsberg my pics are horible too, heheeh but i say this is state of the art. i am deeply impresed by your realistica.