andygh: Captured Aderlt Waffentrager

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I wasn't intending to join this one but since I finished the guntruck (finally) I found a rather nice photo and decided to give it a go. This one should be fairly straight forward as it's going to be built strictly OOB (apart from the figures which will have Hornet heads and need a little modification) and it's not a very complicated kit to start off with

Anyhow, this is the general idea

Mmm, all that lovely mud

Sprue photos to follow
 

Ian M

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Nice one Andy. Glad you joined in the fun.

Interesting little weapon you have found there. Looks like you are going to need a big bucket of mud for this one.

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Haven't posted anything on here for ages

I have made progress, honest

The first few pics show a few of the stages

here is a rough comparison of the model and the photo

I now need to make a base, find a suitable background for the final photo and change the angles a bit
 

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Nice one Andy. A curious looking piece which you have captured well. I look forwards to seeing it finished.

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Superb job andy, i dont even know what a waffentrager is(was) but i do know an excellent piece of work when i see it! Its identical to the photo , a top job , cheers tony
 

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Great job so far Andy, spot on for the photo, mud 'n all!!

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Nice job Andy, im building a waffentrager at the moment myself, the Ark kit which is the old Alan one that you have built, the tracks are a nightmare, did you find this a problem with your kit?

THE camo job on your kit is spot on, nice job, lovely build.

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Hi Andy

Very realistic, faithful to the original.

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Nice very Nice Andy, loving the mud, this is gonna look awsome!, all the best Steve.
 
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Cheers fellas, just finishing off the base as I type, hopefully it'll be completed this week and I can get some photos uploaded before i go off on my holiday Sunday
 
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