by Korolev Vlad
October 24, 2015 in Cars & Motorcycles
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Tags: 1/43, ZIL-130
Tolga ULGUR said on October 24, 2015
Excellent weathering indeed. Especially dusty wheels .
Craig Abrahamson said on October 24, 2015
Haven’t seen you post in a while….a good “return” choice. I like it.
Simon Whitney said on October 24, 2015
Great work Vlad, very nicely weathered.
Well done sir.
Rob Anderson said on October 24, 2015
Love it! Well done!
Korolev Vlad said on October 24, 2015
Friends, thank you for your feedback!
Rob Pollock said on October 24, 2015
Very nice. Unusual subject.
George Williams said on October 24, 2015
Very well observed, Vlad, the finish is extremely convincing. Many kits of this type and scale are aimed at railway modellers, maybe this is one of them?
Thank you, George!
About the railroad can not say anything. I am far from this kind of modeling.
Rob. thank you
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on October 24, 2015
Vlad, thanks for posting something most of us would never see. Best weathering I’ve seen in a while, even here. It looks real, period.
Doing any of those biplanes you do so well, lately? I’m always interested to see your workmanship, gives me something to aim for.
Good to see you post!
Bernard, thank you.
Biplanes continue to do. But I have little time for hobbies.
P.k said on October 24, 2015
I love this presentation civil ZIL This color reminds me of 25+ years ago when I traveled several times to the East.
Like you bild and paint.
P.k, thank you!
Tom Cleaver said on October 24, 2015
Why does that look like a 1955 Ford F-150??? 🙂
Really excellent and realistic weathering. A fine model.
Korolev Vlad said on October 25, 2015
Tom, thank you!
Yeah, it looks like.
Especially in this embodiment: https://www.drive2.ru/r/selfmade/288230376151826377/
Does that structure being toted have any purpose related to outdoor solid waste storage and removal??? 🙂
Greg Kittinger said on October 26, 2015
Great finish and weathering – I like the damp dust look on the fuel tank among other things. Very nice!
Korolev Vlad said on October 26, 2015
Greg, thank you!
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