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  1. carrey

    9K714 Oka

    The story continues... http://www.mediafire.com/?765ylcppmk4vf Fully working (articulating) suspension, torsion bars and shock absorbers will be added later. Transmission bars etc. internal stuff - still no information (anyone wants to visit Oka in Sofia and take alot of pictures? ), so gizmology proposed. Working on wheels - drawings miss 3 mm of wheels' width, therefore I must figure out how to make them more realistic and KrAZ-like without totally reworking all 8 pcs.
  2. carrey

    AT-RT Rvell

    more: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=36810c6d8167157dab1eab3e9fa335cac6d9c350cfb4eb29
  3. I don't like Shermans, but couldn't resist buying M-40 Big Shot 1/35 AFV Club, based on later Shermans. May be evacuation and recovery vehicle based on Sherman, some day.
  4. I ignore scales. For me only the quality of model and the potential joy of modelling it is important. So my collection of kit boxes vary from 1/9 (Revell bike) to 1/700 (noname chinese kit of soviet 956-project ship - I got it as present, so no stress about my statement regarding quality models ).
  5. I'm from Latvia. No one makes Iveco-Magirus in any scale except this, the model was fine, doesn't cost a million, so I've bought it, looks ok together with Henschel Tankspritze and Oshkosh HEMTT M977 in 1/87 also. PS: Englishmen prefer 1/76, wait for Landrover 1ton FC Ambulance, fresh pack from AirFix, made in India. Looks very promising, the whole cabin is of clear plastic, will be easy to paint, not this Herpa's pain in ass - semiassembled model with clear one-piece window put inside one-piece cabin that is impossible to disassemble, therefore the painting of window's borders with black
  6. http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=36810c6d8167157d91b20cc0d07ba4d2e9d89de74a822884
  7. Well, don't know if it will make you feel really but anyway: The model is made by Roco, now repacked by Herpa in Minitanks series. Made of plastic (the best I've seen so far - very crisp and fine like Tamiya's, but harder like resin kits), wheel axes are of steel, wheels are of rubber. The baby comes semiassembled, missing delicate parts on frets (like conventional plastic kits) are packed in plastic bags - the model is designed greatly, almost all parts go together without glue, on "clicks", so finished and painted model can be disassembled again for more modifications or repainting.
  8. http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=36810c6d8167157d91b20cc0d07ba4d21a2bf20284b2ba93 Edit... Te i kilkadziesi±t innych zdjêæ tego pojazdu w linku... http://www.mediafire.com/imageview.php?quickkey=zedzymqetzz&thumb=4 Admin...
  9. http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=36810c6d8167157d91b20cc0d07ba4d2806a42154d12843f Finished, did no weathering, looks ok even so 8)
  10. Made another mirror, now more to scale. Added scratchbuilt Notek lights, both frontal and rear, also bell from alu foil, all in scale as usual. Prepainted model: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=36810c6d8167157d91b20cc0d07ba4d2b6ebb97324c9efb5 Any pictures, drawings, info, books, walkarounds on subject?
  11. Well, the total length is 9 cm, will make a foto with a match nearby.
  12. Disassembled, 53 parts: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=36810c6d8167157d91b20cc0d07ba4d27a0e9a2b3f8938b9 After 6 days: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=36810c6d8167157d91b20cc0d07ba4d2d10b9b1332434fa8 Next - rear lights, maybe some pedals inside the cab, painting and weathering. Your opinions?
  13. More crooky than Italeri 1/72 model? No way! 8))) You mean nose bent to left side or something else? What you see now is only inner structure, it will be remodelled / puttied / sanded many times until I start with upper surfaces. If you can, paint suspicious places with red arrows and show me, then I will know what to look closely.
  14. http://foto.inbox.lv/carrey/Su-34/IMG-7413.jpg and forth on. Correcting the nose, shaping the underside.
  15. Dla siebie, of course. Who needs this crap besides me? 8) I could make ±proper 3D model and then I could order 3D-print of it, and make molds out of that print.. Or, better, order ready mold made from 3D model on a CNC milling machine. And then just put enough polystyrene - and voilez-vous - we all could have correct kit of Su-34 in any scale you want. Good that I don't work for Tamiya or Trumpeter, otherwise you all had to search for new job with better income rate. 8)
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