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Old 02-01-2010, 02:08 PM
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A tank I put through my "recycle-anator"

Here's a Panther I just finished. Another vehicle I put through the recycle machine..


Before:





And after the "tank recycleanator"...:



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It sure DOES look better! Good work!
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100% better the second time .
Nice re-use of your kit.
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Very Nice I have Panther G which could also benefit from some re-modelling, but so many on-going projects already that probably isn't going to happen anytime soon....
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How did you make all those camo nets and stuff?
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Nets

The nets are chesse cloth, dyed with Acrylic paint and touched up with oil's.
The camo foliage is moss and dried flowers from the craft store.

The screens over the air intakes were made from wire mesh screening for windows. I put this on the vehicles that did not come with PE parts or mesh screening.

Vehicle was painted and weathered with the DOA paints and pigments.

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