Allied Power - WIP Tamiya's Jeep - Almost Finished (only remains the seats).

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Allied Power - WIP Tamiya's Jeep - Almost Finished (only remains the seats).

Joined: December 16th, 2000, 9:42 am

May 17th, 2009, 9:42 pm #1

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
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Joined: November 17th, 2005, 3:39 pm

May 17th, 2009, 10:22 pm #2

Hello Mate;

I am FLOORED! This is the very best Jeep I have ever seen. Hands down, I am now your #1 fan,my friend.
The Allied GB just got raised to a new level. This might even be my favourite model of yours to date. All the weathering effects are superb, and I am LOVING the look of the wheels.

Tell me, could you provide some tips for achieveing the effects you have done here, especially the wheels' "dirt"? I could really put this to good use.

My hat is Waaayyyyy off to you for this model, Joaquin, this is a lesson in how to paint a model realistically.

Cheers, from a very impressed, Pat
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Joined: October 11th, 2004, 8:50 am

May 17th, 2009, 11:27 pm #3

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
Joaquin, it really looks like the real thing.

With all the gear will look really impressive!

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Joined: April 22nd, 2005, 12:00 am

May 18th, 2009, 4:16 am #4

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
Well done man ....you have outdone your self with this one ...well done

Luke Pitt
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Joined: March 11th, 2006, 1:27 pm

May 18th, 2009, 8:10 am #5

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
Jeep, very well done my friend, this is one of my favourites model by now.

keep posting amigo.
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Joined: August 15th, 2006, 12:22 pm

May 18th, 2009, 9:42 am #6

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
hi jqn...

first i like it all. it's wonderfull...
i think when you add stowage, willy's turns amazing model.
thanks for showing us such a great model

have a great week.
murat
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Joined: February 5th, 2009, 4:24 pm

May 18th, 2009, 11:50 am #7

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
... This work looks impresive, I like very much the dirt and dry mudd effects, thants for the pics.
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Joined: July 22nd, 2006, 5:58 pm

May 18th, 2009, 5:28 pm #8

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
The model looks like the real. I like all the weathering.

I hope to see it finished soon.

Cheers
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Joined: October 15th, 2007, 2:44 pm

May 18th, 2009, 5:36 pm #9

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
I hope one day i would be able to equal your skill (at least doing something like that !)

Good job Joaquim I will look forward to this amazing one finished.
Cheers
Emilien

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Joined: December 14th, 2008, 9:32 am

May 18th, 2009, 5:54 pm #10

Hi Guys,

Finally the Jeep is nearly done, only rest to finished, the paint the seats.
This days I worked the Jeep's bottom surfaces, I used mixed techniques, with pigments, oils, acrylics, etc.







The wheels are worked with the same techniques, is important to see a lot of wheels, to obtain the most realistic look. The tools are painted with acrylics.


Soon I hope to show you the model finished.

Thanks for your attention.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
Very inspirational! I have to say this is my favourite AP build. Do some more now!
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