In the workshop: 40/43 M ‘Zrinyi’ II 105 mm | Bronco 1:35 Part 5 – paint and weathering

Hi All,   Some substantial progress with the Bronco's Zrinyi II - in fact, it is almost completed. Painted with Hataka's Hungarian AFVs colors, Red Series - which caused major problems due to clogging the airbrush and leaving a little grainy finish. Anyway, managed (at least I hope so) to hide these problems with the … Continue reading In the workshop: 40/43 M ‘Zrinyi’ II 105 mm | Bronco 1:35 Part 5 – paint and weathering

The Veterans Day: 1/35th scale Mk. I Male WWI Heavy Battle Tank

Hi, All Honoring Veterans on their Day, have just managed to get the job done last evening. So, here it is. Takom's Mark I makes a good impression right from the first look, basically, it does not require any additions to build into a good replica. However, I was tempted by two changes: the guns … Continue reading The Veterans Day: 1/35th scale Mk. I Male WWI Heavy Battle Tank

In the workshop: 1/35th scale Mk. I Male WWI Heavy Battle Tank from Takom

Hi, All This time something completely different. This will be my second ever WW1 subject, after the 1/48th scale, Eduard's Nieuport Ni-17 finished in Polish post-war markings (unfortunately, accidentally destroyed some time ago). In spite of a large box and a plenty of parts, the build is quite straightforward, quick and easy.  Only the sponsons … Continue reading In the workshop: 1/35th scale Mk. I Male WWI Heavy Battle Tank from Takom

In the workshop: Sd. Kfz 161 PzKpfW IV Ausf. D | Tamiya 1:35 – Part 4: painting

Hi, All Finally I was able to start painting the "Four". The colours in AK's set look fine to me, but I will probably have to add some more light, as the next steps will surely darken the finish. The numbers on the turret are from Eduard's set "Small numbers" - but I'm sure these … Continue reading In the workshop: Sd. Kfz 161 PzKpfW IV Ausf. D | Tamiya 1:35 – Part 4: painting