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Non of the items here are posted with any form of political meaning, content or similar. Everything is displayed with an emphasis on historical correctness, unless stated otherwise. Swastikas and SS-runes are a part of military history, as are David's stars, rising suns, stars & stripes, hamer & scyths etc. If you have a problem with that, please feel free to leave! Political correctness does not live here and I will not be held accountable for hurting any overly sensitive souls that can not handle history.
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tisdag 18 november 2014

Rasputitsa, the saga continues....

Back in 2010 I started a build on a Tamiya Sd.Kfz. 7/2, depicting it sunken in the Russian mud... It ended up in a box somewhere and got tossed around quite a bit since then.
Now that my Pz.Bef.Wg.IV is done, yet my appetite for winterwashes is not satisfied, I am going to use this old build as a basis for learning new techniques; making deep, wet mud and using the hairspray technique on worn whitewashes.

Here's what I uncovered...
a jumble op parts, twigs, figures, covered in dust...

And some images that I'll be using as a reference... Mud, mud, mud.... Seas of hopeless, bottomless mud...







The meshsides are just to awefull to look at and I searched for alternatives. I think I found one;


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