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Rodolfo Torres Vazquez

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About Rodolfo Torres Vazquez

  • Birthday 12/12/1960

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    WWII, but German Armors, 1/35 principally and in 2nd. instance, modern armors WW. My another hobby is the Philately!

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  1. Thanks harv! Applying filters to the Old school using Humbrol # 93 matt dessert yelllow and # 102 matt army green for each color giving more depth.
  2. Thanks for your kind comments harv, Invisible camouflage to fool the enemy, hee, hee Ready for the weathering! The tools and tow cables were painted with A.MIG Tool Colors set, extinguisher with Vallejo # 70945 Dark-red and the spare tracks with A.MIG-035 Dark-tracks. The tracks are not glued yet.
  3. Camouflage applied using A.MIG-009 Reseda-green slightly diluted with A.MIG-2000 Thinner. Next step; detail wheels, tools, etc.
  4. Thanks harv!!! Masking the wheels with Parafilm to start painting the camouflage. Parafilm can be stretched and molded to any surface without the need for glue.
  5. Finished the application of the first color A-MIG-7028 Dunkelgelb thinned with A.MIG-2000 Thinner for better flow. (The skirts were painted apart).
  6. Nothing happens, it happens that the grid is not glued since it can be opened, so it looks irregular.
  7. Tiger I, Otto Carius - Finished the assembly !, the skirts and tracks are not glued, they are "over-put" for demonstration, follow the painting !!!.
  8. Finished the small interior detail using Vallejo paints except the periscopes that I used MIG paint.
  9. The turret is almost ready inside, I applied MIG Primer White and then a mixture of Tamiya with white and lacquer for fluidity in the airbrush. I just need to detail something about the cannon and periscopes.
  10. Thanks for your kind comments friends!. The tiger is practically finished, first I have to airbrush the inside of the turret as well as the barrel and seats.
  11. Thanks GazzaS!. Photo-etched in tools work has finished, a bit tedious, I think I'll start buying the latest "new generation" ready-made ones, hee, hee.
  12. Hello friend I have started the assembly of tools and tow cables. The holes of the conductor's protective block were very large so I proceeded to fill them with Vallejo putty.
  13. Hello friend!. Yes, it is rare, it is probably a defect of the aging production plate. The plate and the chassis are already adjusted. I have finished the rear and the front without problems, I think I will seal the hatches of the grilles because up there will be an hook and it will avoid them from opening.
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