Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

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Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 23 Mar 2017 20:21

I'm trying to build something from the Great, or the 1st World War. The vehicle itself resembles of the idea of mad designer. In contrast, the model still sticks by me very well, everything fits perfectly. The only fear I have of painting , I have to use masking tape for it´s camouflage .


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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 24 Mar 2017 17:56

A few photos from the continuation of building of the model.


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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 01 Apr 2017 19:46

Here you are another photos from building of this model.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Marcus » 01 Apr 2017 22:33

Nice with a work in progress thread.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 02 Apr 2017 08:49

Thank you for your comment Marcus, here are some photos from another progress.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 03 Apr 2017 18:13

Model shortly before painting.
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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 08 Apr 2017 12:22

I started painting model coated bottom surfaces of the chassis by grey colour.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 14 Apr 2017 08:59

Here are photos from the first stage of painting. I have to use masking tape. It is my first opportunity to use this tape in bigger scale.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 15 Apr 2017 07:42

The last phase of painting. After it,I removed the masking tape.

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In some places where the tape does not close well, I'll have a little touch up. I have to retouche a little by brush.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 17 Apr 2017 12:18

Individual colors are separated by a thin black line. Created by thin CD marker.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Richie B » 17 Apr 2017 18:27

Excellent work

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 07 Jul 2017 13:13

Thank you Ritchie B. Fading and status after fading.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 08 Jul 2017 12:46

Little progress,building of the base.

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Re: Saint-Chamond HobbyBoss 1/35

Post by Milan Mynar » 19 Jul 2017 11:04

I think the model is really finished, I am not able to make it better. If I have to evaluate it, it is easy to build,parts fit together very well, with the advantage of the strips of the belts. It is a total relaxation kit. Painting, I used colors Tamiya, Agama color strips diluted with Tamiya X-20A thinner. Sidolux, lacquer oil, Umton, in case of fading with S 6006 non aroma thinner. Matt lacquer Gunze H-20, Sira Hobby Pigments. The soil mat is passed through a tea strainer mixed with Hercules glue and water + ModelScene follicles.

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