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ddoc666

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Great progress! So much details!
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Hi all, 

So, these last two days I was able to put in some more work in the paint job of the engine and chassis. the engine wasn't to difficult to paint but the instructions weren't very clear on the colors used. So after doing some research I ended up in a light blue grey color and added some more silvergrey to details. I think after weathering it will give a nice look especially since the engine will be visible when the build is completed.

The chassis and other components like gearbox and suspensions all received their Light Stone base coat. Typical of the Caunter scheme.Though some highlights were applied the overall look was a bit dull. Though I couldnt find a good reference of the caunter scheme on this vehicle I did found some pictures of a nicely restored model. And I noticed they had a red coat applied to some of the hinges and thought that was a nice touch. Adding more colors to other details just brings the chassis more and more alive. At least I think 😉 

I think I have to start the weathering (pinwash, chipping, streaking) on these parts before I assemble the chassis. This makes it easier to access all the details. 

So, here are some pictures.

The engine with its basecoat and details painted.

IMG_2882.jpeg  IMG_2884.jpeg  IMG_2885.jpeg  IMG_2886.jpeg 
And the rest of the chassis and wheels painted.

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Don't mind the bottle of Portland Stone. I started with this color but it needed to be the Light Stone base as applied below.
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Oh, and as you might see, I decided to create a bit of sagged effect on the wheels 😉
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Gorgeous... very inspiring work. Wish one day I will bd able to realise such a nice job. Thank you for sharing your pictures.
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Nice work on the engine detail.[smile]  You'll be finished and halfway through your next before I'm halfway through my dozer.  [biggrin][biggrin]

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Thanx guys!

And even some more progress. I really dont like pe but I think the stowage box turned out ok :)

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Ok, some more details.

First, the radiator. I noticed it had some part of the caunter paint scheme so decided to apply it while still detached. I don't think it will be accessible easily after assembly. It might be a bit difficult to see, but it's there.

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And after having a closer look at the engine I just thought something was missing. So a little wiring did the job 😉

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Coming on a treat!
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This is incredible... mind blowing !!!
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Wiring and paint job is looking great.
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Looking great Remy [thumb]

love your attention to detail its really making the build extra special.

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Nice bit of scatch building on the L.Gardner and Sons engine.  Did you know that they use to put them it Roll-Royces's and Bentley's?
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Beautiful!!!
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lovely progress so far
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So, after the heatwave over here in Holland I finally found some time for a little more progress on the kit. I applied a filter and started with the pinwash. I think it really brings out all the nice details. And this is still work on the chassis 😉

I am letting this dry for a few days and then do some shadows and highlights with oils. Then some light chipping and streaking. And only then its time to assemble the chassis. 

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Incredible how the pinwash makes all the details pop up. Very very nice... you give me the desire to add this kit on my wish list...
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