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Old 10-04-2013, 01:11 AM
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Amazing superdetailing work!!!
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Old 10-05-2013, 07:33 PM
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Glaurung and zsolt thanks, hope to finish it soon
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Old 10-05-2013, 07:39 PM
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Maarten thanks for the link to the mines, sorry I didnt got to you sooner. great stuff but the ones I needed where the EMC tipe As the ones from Cammett so I waited till finally
Found a set.

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Old 10-05-2013, 08:55 PM
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I'm so glad to see some paint on the Schellboot. Great work on detailing those mines. It's going to look amazing when u are done with it

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This project only gets better and better. Your level of detail is still amazing, perharps more than ever. This is one of two Projects here on PA where Words are so often not enough to give the right compliment

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Old 11-13-2013, 06:45 PM
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Talk about mines ,weird release for AFV club
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Talk about mines ,weird release for AFV club
Of course. Is that not a modelling truism? As soon as you scratchbuild one, they bring one out!

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Hi to all, a long time has pass since my last update but here I’m again with more on the schnellboot. The paint is almost complete and just a few weathering touches remain. It’s being a slow process but it’s almost done.
Starting with the smoke generators I added the tie down cables and tensors made from bits of PE and
Cooper wire
The base were the shackle goes is made with plastic, the shackle is made using solder wire





The finished and weathered smoke generators also added the bolt heads to both sides of the shackles

The hooks for the fuel houses are made again using PE leftovers and glued in place


After painting the bases it looks like this with the houses in place


Now the center compass is finished, the dial is painted and the pedestal is weathered




Test fit on the deck

The torpedoes are also finished

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Old 07-23-2014, 05:26 PM
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Now the side machine guns, I have the MG-15 from CMK, but then I came across the Tank-models resin
MG-15 and its quite a difference in detail, the kit comes with 3 complete MG-15 plus opened and closed bipods and double drums, here the comparation
The Tank set

CMK Vs Tanks


After cutting the back support and paint it is finished, also did a signal pistol from the Tamiya set

The dragon dingy and the boat rafts are painted and the ropes glued in place.


The dingy accessories are also finished


This is a preview of its placement on the deck

I installed the brass propellers from G-factor and is a great improvement over the plastic ones




I’m working on the kallote and bridge photos and am almost finished; your comments are always welcome
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