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Old 03-05-2011, 05:05 AM
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Old 03-05-2011, 06:46 AM
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Thanks all.

Kuklinski, first i have draw the lines with a pencil which is not very sharp but not as the opposite. After drawing the stones. I have used the ruler. I have pressed one side of the stone with rulers side, than on other stone opposite. As you say its sensitive. So it can be only done once. If you make a mistake, than its a mistake. Below the texture there is a separation with also made by that model paste named DAS ( Dont know what its is exacty in English but you can sculp something easily and normally i think they use it with oven and make cups or...). Its my first usage. It can be softened with water. I did not use plaster. Some of my friend adviced me that if i use plaster on vertical areas, it can be damages with smal moves. I mean they can fall. Then i use this one. On horizontal areas i will use plaster. Because this one needs patience.

Don, i do not know exactly what to put as a model. My first idea was an HST. For that reason model is on picture. The other reason is to calculate the width of the bridge.
Some of my friend advice me to put SdKfz7, SdKfz10, or such less small vehicles. My idea was a SdKfz10 before i have seen a kit named "Somewhere on Euope.." 1944 from Master Box. And maybe a Zundapp 500 or 800.

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Old 03-05-2011, 06:59 AM
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Thanks all.

Kuklinski, first i have draw the lines with a pencil which is not very sharp but not as the opposite. After drawing the stones. I have used the ruler. I have pressed one side of the stone with rulers side, than on other stone opposite. As you say its sensitive. So it can be only done once. If you make a mistake, than its a mistake. Below the texture there is a separation with also made by that model paste named DAS ( Dont know what its is exacty in English but you can sculp something easily and normally i think they use it with oven and make cups or...). Its my first usage. It can be softened with water. I did not use plaster. Some of my friend adviced me that if i use plaster on vertical areas, it can be damages with smal moves. I mean they can fall. Then i use this one. On horizontal areas i will use plaster. Because this one needs patience.

Don, i do not know exactly what to put as a model. My first idea was an HST. For that reason model is on picture. The other reason is to calculate the width of the bridge.
Some of my friend advice me to put SdKfz7, SdKfz10, or such less small vehicles. My idea was a SdKfz10 before i have seen a kit named "Somewhere on Euope.." 1944 from Master Box. And maybe a Zundapp 500 or 750.

Wish i can succeed after this.
why not a sdkfz.234 "puma":

http://www.militaryfactory.com/armor...fz234-puma.jpg
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Old 03-05-2011, 10:27 PM
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it will fit on perfectly! (maybe turret only)
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I can say this part is really the worst part of my dio. Pasting is really annoying.
Anyway i should look in positive way, end is now much more closer.
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Nice Looks like there's a new Bob Letterman in town!
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Nice Looks like there's a new Bob Letterman in town!
Those are some big shoes to fill, but vayhan is on his way to fill those shoes.

Thanks for the updates on your 'epic' diorama.
Love this!

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