Si-B’s Zvezda 1/35 Tiger II (AAGB)

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Excellent finishes. PaulE
 
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Oooh that's good Si. Just have to admire the mud application , does look the part.
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Sorry to read you've all been stuck down with illness. Hope you are all better.
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Hi Si

Looking really rather good there. Nicely muddy but without being over the top. Very well done.

Andrew
Cheers Andrew, if you remember, I’m using the reference pictures I found for this, so it does need to be reasonably filthy. I’ve been building it up in layers so as not to go overboard....glad you think it looks ok:smiling4:

Looks fantastic Si.
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Cheers Jon, much appreciated :thumb2:
 

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Good to see this one back at the bench mate. Looking good there, always appreciate a bit of mud ^^

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Hi chap,

Nope sadly nothing, we bought a new house and it needs some work before we move in. That'll be only in March or April. The good thing is that I'll have a mancave of 15 square metres with a huge cupboard so plenty of room to use and fill in the near future :D

Family is doing great. Just busy time. Glad I do have some time off though...yesterday I visited the NUTS! event at Bastogne...great stuff, plenty of reenactors and WWII stuff. Boy I never realized a Sherman was so noisy :smiling6: . And the Saumur Panthers was on display and in action so I'm glad to keep the WWII vibe alive ^^

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Large displacements make for big explosions especially when mixtures were very rich like back in the day w/primitive carbs:smiling:. The radials were naturally noisy I think. The later German flame suppressors helped quiet them a bit. PaulE
 
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Hi chap,

Nope sadly nothing, we bought a new house and it needs some work before we move in. That'll be only in March or April. The good thing is that I'll have a mancave of 15 square metres with a huge cupboard so plenty of room to use and fill in the near future :D

Family is doing great. Just busy time. Glad I do have some time off though...yesterday I visited the NUTS! event at Bastogne...great stuff, plenty of reenactors and WWII stuff. Boy I never realized a Sherman was so noisy :smiling6: . And the Saumur Panthers was on display and in action so I'm glad to keep the WWII vibe alive ^^

Cheers
You luck devil you! I think I watched something to do with that on YouTube last night....looked cold and wet but some cool vehicles rumbling around :cool:

Good to hear all is well and you and family are ok. Hopefully you can get moved in an modelling before too long mate
 

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Very impressive Si. The mud and dirt build up has worked a treat. Hopefully you are over the worst of your illness now. Look forward to seeing the final build soon
 
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