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#21 Posted : 04 March 2017 00:49:50

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Now that looks superb!ThumpUp BigGrin
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#22 Posted : 04 March 2017 01:18:21

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Absolutely awesome Andreas. Love the new look, it's way better than the original.

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#23 Posted : 04 March 2017 07:01:03

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Thanks!!!
I appreciate it very much.
Yes, I also think that this camouflage is better than the original. I think once all the details on the body would been worked out, the camouflage also would come out a little better. It´s a little tricky by the side Parts when you dip them. You had to watch out which course the pixels are, otherwise you get two different Directions.But i think till now everything is fine.

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#24 Posted : 04 March 2017 16:43:20

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Oh WOW, the water transfer is the part I've been waiting for. It looks amazing Drool Drool
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#25 Posted : 04 March 2017 18:24:45

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davetwin wrote:
Oh WOW, the water transfer is the part I've been waiting for. It looks amazing Drool Drool


Thanks Davetwin.!!
I try to hold the LevelBigGrin. Yes i think it came out nicely.
Just want to work out the Details like the Pipes and hinges with a little bit of black paint.
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#26 Posted : 04 March 2017 19:08:22

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That is a very unique finish you have chosen and it looks fantastic.

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#27 Posted : 01 April 2017 13:15:57

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Hi everybody

Now it went on with the third delivery of the T-72.
And again some parts had to be dipped. Same precudere as before. Then the chain was extended. In the front plate I had to remove some details. The headlights with the glasses had to be removed before dipping the armed plate. Some other details, are also been removed. They will get a different paint anyway. Now i am busy with my own Electrical wiring ,by putting in some stronger SMD´S. Next step was Painting the Road Wheels Dirty white. But now,as quick as the delivery arrived it was over again.BigGrin BigGrin

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#28 Posted : 01 April 2017 14:29:02

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#29 Posted : 01 April 2017 19:05:44

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Very nice, love the finish the hydro dipped by gives. Cool

Is that mine flail going to be operational?
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#30 Posted : 01 April 2017 19:17:44

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Looking great AndreasCool

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#31 Posted : 01 April 2017 19:48:32

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Great work Andreas, this is looking fab....Drool Drool .. Some great tips too...

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#32 Posted : 02 April 2017 00:49:36

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Some real neat work and result looks fantastic
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#33 Posted : 03 April 2017 18:32:58

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davetwin wrote:
Very nice, love the finish the hydro dipped by gives. Cool

Is that mine flail going to be operational?




Thank you guys
I appreciate it very much.BigGrin
The mine remover is equipped with an electric motor so that the chains rotate in a circle. The problem, however, will be to get the stability in the T 72. I do not want the tank vibrating. But if it happens I'll try other chains with a less weight. But for this I still have some time until the T-72 stands on its roles. If the weight of the finished tank is high enough, there should be no problems.

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#34 Posted : 03 April 2017 20:45:27

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A real working mine killer now that is something different.

Really impressed with what you are achieving with this one.
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#35 Posted : 07 May 2017 10:40:02

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Hi Guys

Next Steps on my Project T-72BigGrin

It went on with the delivery 4. Here I mainly worked on the air inlets. They should look more realistic. When the surface under the grids are painted you will see it and it doesn´t look realistic. So I took some self-adhesive aluminum foil, and lined the surfaces of the air inlets. Subsequently, the grid was attached and the frame screwed. Now through the light, it looks as if you can see the slats. When gluing the aluminum foil it is only necessary to ensure that the holes for the smoke system remain free.


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#36 Posted : 07 May 2017 12:44:35

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Impressive work, loving seeing this come together....Drool Drool .. Very well done...

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#37 Posted : 07 May 2017 14:29:01

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Really coming along and some nice touches being added. BigGrin
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#38 Posted : 07 May 2017 17:11:06

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Some more really nice work on show Blink Blink Love
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Looks absolutlybfantastic.

Really interesting seeing this one taking shape.
Happy Modelling

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#40 Posted : 07 May 2017 20:37:57

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This just gets better every time I see it Cool

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