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Clearing the shelf of doom & experimenting with mud….

March 22, 2016 in Armor

…I am dirt impaired…. an aircraft modeler who dabbles in armor, and my weathering reflects that. So now i try to place an AFV in it’s environment with limited success. All comments and criticism welcomed….. eventually I may learn to get the hang of this… TIA fellow modelers!

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10 responses to Clearing the shelf of doom & experimenting with mud….

  1. I’m certainly no expert (in armor OR aircraft modeling), but what you’ve done looks “believable” to me….now ya just make the the REST of it dirtier. lol

  2. I think Craig have a point, but,on other hand, it seems a shame to cover up your neat handiwork!

  3. I think Craig may have a point, but,on other hand, it seems a shame to cover up your neat handiwork!

  4. Looks cool to me. I like you am an aircraft modeler that dabbles in Armor but I don’t know how to weather it so I don’t do very many of them.

    Andy

  5. I have had a problem, forever with getting my armor dirty ‘enough’, as a former Armor soldier, I know how dirty tracked vehicles get, but with a beautiful kit, covering it with gunk seems a shame, you did fine.

  6. Looks good to me also! I am also an aircraft guy, but love well-done armor. I built a few tanks as a kid, but since it’s not my focus feel that I probably would waste me efforts to try to build armor today. Besides, I have so many aircraft in my stash, it’ll take me a life time…!!

  7. A fine build, nice base, looks convincing to me, if and when I build armor, it usually is stay factory fresh.

  8. As previously stated looks fine in my eyes

  9. Looks awesome Stan! Missed you yesterday in NJ!

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