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Being a modeller for quite a few years now, I decided to explore the endless possibilities that the world (through internet) offers, and come up with a series of ways of building, modelling and painting fast (but not hastily), to create the worlds I was seeing in history books since I was little. . .If you care to join me. . . This is the place to be! And, I promise you to find the way (or ways)!!

Thursday, 25 November 2010

Pegasus German Trucks

Good day everyone!

Today I uploaded some pics of Pegasus' German Trucks (Opel Blitz) I bought recently.

They are great models, ideal for wargames, since they come in few pieces (hoorah!!!), and every kit contains two models - as the norm now dictates the fast build models! :-)

The painting procedure is the following:
First, they were primed with Flames Of War Paint Spray (German Vehicles - Dunkelgelb), then they were airbrushed with Green and Brown stripes, washed with Vallejo's Seppia Wash, Drybrushed with Vallejo's 882 Middlestone and finally they got a final drybrush (light) with Vallejo's 819 Iraqi Sand. Easy peasy! Anyone can do it! :-)

I hope you like them!

T.










13 comments:

  1. Look nice, do the drivers come with the kit? No glass in the vehicle?

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  2. T, may I make a suggestion? Try painting the tarp a olive grey color, just to break up the Dunkelgelb a bit. It might even bring the camo out a bit more. If I'm not mistaken the olive grey color was more prominent in Normandy. But your veriant is still superb work as always.

    GReg

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  3. Super effort. You should be well pleased with the results.

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  4. Nice little trucks. Rich recently posted his take on these...but he didn´t have any drivers. Do they come with or are they your additions?. Pity they dont come with windscreens...mind you a bit of drop molding would solve that.
    Nice paint job mate
    Cheers
    Paul

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  5. These look good. I really do enjoy seeing all of your buildings and vehicles. It's a nice change from all the miniature-heavy blogs.

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  6. Good work, I really like your style :)

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  7. Really good last couple of posts T, nicely painted mate:)

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  8. Nice work the cammo looks amazing

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  9. Excellent job! I am impressed.

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  10. Great kits,very well painted.Shame they don't have any decals for them though.Some head lights are the only thing mainly missing from this kit.

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  11. Thank you guys for your kind words!!!
    T.

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