Mirror Models Bulldozer.

outrunner

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I will say this is done now, probably could have used some more pigments but I did not want to overdo it.
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Fitting all those super fragile pedals and levers was fun.
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If you pull on the rope where it is connected to the winch the blade lifts but it is not heavy enough to lower itself without pushing it down by hand and for a static model I am not going to weight the blade.

Andy.
 

John Race

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Superb weathering and build, enjoyed watching this Andy .
 

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Hi Andy
One to be proud of. Well done with what is a very detailed but very fiddly kit. The weathering is spot on.
Jim
 

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Thank you kindly for your comments guys, means a lot to me. I think the fact that I used to drive earthmoving machines although nothing as old as this one has helped me with the paint job. This model is my first foray into large scale hairspray chipping and it has turned out better than I expected.

Andy.
 

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Andy,
very nicely done I think you got the amount of pigments just right they can easily be over done.
 

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Superb job andy, the chipping and weathering is spot on , cheers tony
 

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Great job Andy ill have to see if I can track down something similar in 1/72 ,I keep saying to myself perhaps I should go big or go home but love working in the small scale.
 
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