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Tamiya 35213 1/35 Kubelwagen WIP 1 year 7 months ago #1

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Ok so I am an assembling addict :whistle:









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It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.

Tamiya 35213 1/35 Kubelwagen WIP 1 year 7 months ago #2

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Mate you don’t have to build everything all at one heehee
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Amateur plastic surgeon!

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I'm just glad to have my modelling mojo back lol

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Dude your modeling mojo is back in force, good to see.
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Tamiya 35213 1/35 Kubelwagen WIP 1 year 6 months ago #5

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Hello Andrew

I am a airbrush student and have a similar german 1/35 collection to you, would you mind posting some how to photos on the build please ?
i.e When you prime, you are painting the whole model, how do you get into areas such as under the dashboard ?
Do you detail paint the tools etc with a brush after the main camo is applied ?

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Hi Paul,

These days I mostly assemble, then paint afterwards. It depends what the build is, and whether the interior will be visible when complete.

For painting those hard to get places, If you cant see it, it doesn't matter if the is no paint on it. I'll just make sure I get coverage on all visible angles.

Tools I'll paint afterwards by brush. I use roll you own tobacco paper to slide underneath the tools to prevent getting paint where it isn't wanted. You could even use thermal paper.
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