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Scale 1/87 - Red Army 1945 Germany, "Hitler kaputt" Options
Christian M.
#21 Posted : 27 July 2019 19:57:48

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I have done some further work on the tank ...

Here the sprue of the Preiser figures for Russian tank crew... unfortunatley photo isn't really sharp, sorry ...





The 2 one chosen for the JS-2 ... to show seize a 1 (Euro) Cent above ...





And here painted ...





And placed in the hatches ...











Next would be the infantry sitting on the rear ... but I think I work first with ruined house further ...
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#22 Posted : 28 July 2019 08:59:31

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That is some very nice work Christian, coming on excellent.Love Drool Drool

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#23 Posted : 28 July 2019 13:08:46

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Excellent work Christian, a credit to your skills. Well done. Cool ThumpUp

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Christian M.
#24 Posted : 29 July 2019 07:43:56

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Thank you guys ... BigGrin

As told, I worked some further with the ruined house.

Current staus is this ...







To the neighbor house right, I have made the remains of the gable wall of the collapsed house from Styrodur on the gable wall ... first roughly designed.





The section of the sidewalk, which is on the base of the house, I had cut off at the other two houses. Here I leave the area on purpose and do not cut off, because of course there will be still a lot of debris and rubble in front of the house being made by me ... which will cover this section at least.
So ... not doing more work as necessary at least









Of course the ruin is far from being ready ... a lot of of more smaller things to do, aside the rubble and debris area.
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#25 Posted : 29 July 2019 08:03:30

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Coming along very nicely, looking pretty ruined already.Love

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Christian M.
#26 Posted : 29 July 2019 08:23:08

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Thank you BigGrin

Well ... there are still many little things. Of course, much of debris and rubble all around the whole ruin what's missing ... and then I have to make the made of Styrodur gable segment of course still. Likewise, support beams come to this wall, which should prevent the collapse of the original. YOu can see this a little bit on the photos of the OP where I showed the old diorama in my local hobby shop and which is my source of inspiration BigGrin

Likewise, I have many small things like radiators, a second bathtub, crashed and bent double T beams, remnants of water pipes and in a few places even remnants of wallpaper to make.

And as far as debris and rubble are concerned, there must be something on the sidewalk and on the street as well.
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#27 Posted : 02 August 2019 19:02:31

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Time for a new little update ...

I worked a big part further on the ruined house and it looks now "ruined" BigGrin









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#28 Posted : 03 August 2019 07:29:27

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your bomb damage looks great so far. keep the pics comingDrool Drool
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#29 Posted : 03 August 2019 12:27:57

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Thank you ... BigGrin
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#30 Posted : 03 August 2019 22:43:49

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This is turning out to be something special, all credit to your skills....Drool Drool

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#31 Posted : 08 August 2019 16:35:56

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Thank you ...

A new Update ...

I worked on the debris area further, also I started with the debris area on the other street side too.

Here on first photo you can see in the right the first assembled Studebaker truck, not yet ready and I show the build later in a seperate post.













Cheers,
Christian
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