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1:72 adM Industrial Building

December 29, 2015 in Diorama

Another one from 2014, one of adM’s range of resin kit building that I put together and painted for a future diorama, done at a time when my model making ‘mojo’ had taking a vacation so did this to kick start my brain.
Painted an weather with various paints, washes and pigments, just kep applying them till it looked right.

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7 responses to 1:72 adM Industrial Building

  1. That turned out very nice Michelle. You got the colors down pat. I like your plaster effect on the inside.
    California Steve.

  2. ….and it does (“look right”, that is). 🙂

  3. A good starting point. I think these basic vacform/resin units can be used to build up a convincing scene. Personally, I think I’d prefer a little height, so might consider creating a partial roof or framed area from balsa sections, and perhaps add a few roof tiles or as here with corregated sections for a rusted look, with broken gutter hanging down. That said, you’ve created a nicely painted unit for a future project. I’ve not come across adM before so may well look them up. Thanks for posting.

  4. Thanks Rob, but I can’t have a roof for the scene I have in mind. adM are a small company and their web site is

  5. Loks convincing, Michelle, can you tell us more about the scene you are planning?

    • What I envisage is a Jagpanther of Hetz hiding in the building behind wreckage/rubble. This going to be a little scene that is going to be best viewed from the, what most people will feel is the rear, as in the back of the building.

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