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TedUSA

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That paint and weathering looks perfect! Seems photorealistic.
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Since its a british army vehicle I thought a tin cup (for tea) should be present 😉

Its really tiny but love it!!!I found it in a Tamiya british patrol kit.
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Had to dril it out. 
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Painted. 
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And added to the interior. Added a map and a binocular case too. Will add some more stuff like two Thompson gun and still in doubt if a will add German MP40 as a sort of trophy.
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Remy, I LOVE those tiny details! Excellent. Your paint and weathering really kick. The leather looks perfectly worn. great technique.
I saw a truck model a while back and the modeler had placed a cup on the dash, used cotton to depict steam from the cup, and fogged a small spot on the window
from the steam. Blew my mind. Keep this work coming. really enjoying it. Inspiring.

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You added a tin mug.  Bonkers!  [crazy]
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Its a slow progress but finally finished the interior so I can move on to painting the exterior. And again, a lot has to be done in subassemblies. So using tape and bluetack I added the door and top of the cabine and painted the base coat. After it has fully set I can add the camo scheme.

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Looks brilliant!
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Thanx Ted!!!

I decided to do some building instead of painting. I started working on the truck bed (is that the correct word?). There is some nice woodgrain on the wooden floor and sideboards. Hope I can do some chipping and show the wood color. But since the base color is yellow too I don't know if it shows properly. Well, we will see when we get there 😉

The Panzer Art cargo/stowage set is really cool. Love how it looks on the truck bed! 

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All that kit looks great, can't wait to see it painted.
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Ho my gosh !!! Didn't saw it at the first look... but there are a pair of gloves and other nice accessories in the cab like those binoculars box and this tiny little cup !!! This is absolutely amazing !!! Congratulations...superb work and very very inspiring !!!
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So, the truck bed received its primer coat. the stowage too and I decided to give those parts a grey primer. Since most of the stowage is going to be hand painted and the colors used a grey primer works best for me. 
I did however applied the wood color with airbrush as a first step. The Ammo paint I have don't work well with brushes in my opinion. Next bits of the stowage will be done with Vallejo for the most part.

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And the cabin received its Caunter scheme paint job. Another challenging part done. The roof will receive a gloss coat since a decal has to be applied. And after that all parts will receive a satin coat of varnish. 
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So, its still a slow progress but fortunately still enjoying it 😉


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Nice progress! Slow is fine as long as it matches your desire and time.
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I love this. 
The detail is epic.
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Details are amazing !!!. Fabulous...
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This interior looks fantastic!
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remy

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So, it was time to give the stowage its base coat. I really love painting aftermarket stowage sets. This one is by Panzerart but another one of my fav is Blackdog. These sets let you use your own imagination to give the whole model some extra color and visual interest. 
this time I did however decided to use different tones of grey, sand and green colors. this is the result so far. Next a satin coat, filters, wash and highlights. 

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And the truck bed received its wood color coat. I will be using chipping fluid before painting the camo. Hopefully I can get some nice chipping on the wooden panels.

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Oh, and thanx for all your feedback 😉


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