AMR-35, Gaso.Line 1/48. (In Progress)

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AMR-35, Gaso.Line 1/48. (In Progress)

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

April 19th, 2010, 8:36 pm #1

Hi Friends,

I had some time ago, this model ready for paint, I confess my negative capacitys with the resin kits, my friend Carlos Bravo builded it for me:








For me "France 1940", is a WWII little-know period, very attractive and fascinating, Histoire et Collections have an excellents books, I straight from it, pictures and this profile from Le 6e escadron du 4e RDP (Régiment de Dragons Portés):



Later a week at work, the result is this:








For the real size, this 1,00E together the model :


Now the decals from this sheet by Gaso.line:


The next steps are to paint with brush, wheels, tracks, exhausts, etc.

I hope you like it.

Best Regards

I like to dedicate this model to Olivier Saint-lot and his fantastic Gaso.line kits.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
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Joined: March 26th, 2003, 4:28 pm

April 19th, 2010, 11:32 pm #2

JQN~,

How long I have been waiting to see this little jewel painted... 3 years perhaps...? Never mind, I am sure the result will be worth the loooomg wait by seeing how it begins.

Very exotic subject with very cool painting scheme. This will become a winner in your hands sure amigo.

Finish it soon and keep us posted please.
Lu

PS: Well... as I know well how terrific painter you are I am afraid to ask for the figures that will go along this model and the scene you will make later too... right?
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Joined: January 7th, 2009, 10:46 am

April 20th, 2010, 8:18 am #3

Hi Friends,

I had some time ago, this model ready for paint, I confess my negative capacitys with the resin kits, my friend Carlos Bravo builded it for me:








For me "France 1940", is a WWII little-know period, very attractive and fascinating, Histoire et Collections have an excellents books, I straight from it, pictures and this profile from Le 6e escadron du 4e RDP (Régiment de Dragons Portés):



Later a week at work, the result is this:








For the real size, this 1,00E together the model :


Now the decals from this sheet by Gaso.line:


The next steps are to paint with brush, wheels, tracks, exhausts, etc.

I hope you like it.

Best Regards

I like to dedicate this model to Olivier Saint-lot and his fantastic Gaso.line kits.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
Such a funny camo!!!!!!

Really nice vehicle with an atractive painting work!. Can wait to see another masterpiece from Joaquín!

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Joined: April 16th, 2007, 9:09 am

April 20th, 2010, 8:28 am #4

Hi Friends,

I had some time ago, this model ready for paint, I confess my negative capacitys with the resin kits, my friend Carlos Bravo builded it for me:








For me "France 1940", is a WWII little-know period, very attractive and fascinating, Histoire et Collections have an excellents books, I straight from it, pictures and this profile from Le 6e escadron du 4e RDP (Régiment de Dragons Portés):



Later a week at work, the result is this:








For the real size, this 1,00E together the model :


Now the decals from this sheet by Gaso.line:


The next steps are to paint with brush, wheels, tracks, exhausts, etc.

I hope you like it.

Best Regards

I like to dedicate this model to Olivier Saint-lot and his fantastic Gaso.line kits.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
hello Jqn

nice model, and one of those French camouflage as psychotropic.
and very colorful, sure you have left an impressive model

saludos xavier
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Joined: March 26th, 2005, 10:16 am

April 20th, 2010, 10:06 am #5

Hi Friends,

I had some time ago, this model ready for paint, I confess my negative capacitys with the resin kits, my friend Carlos Bravo builded it for me:








For me "France 1940", is a WWII little-know period, very attractive and fascinating, Histoire et Collections have an excellents books, I straight from it, pictures and this profile from Le 6e escadron du 4e RDP (Régiment de Dragons Portés):



Later a week at work, the result is this:








For the real size, this 1,00E together the model :


Now the decals from this sheet by Gaso.line:


The next steps are to paint with brush, wheels, tracks, exhausts, etc.

I hope you like it.

Best Regards

I like to dedicate this model to Olivier Saint-lot and his fantastic Gaso.line kits.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
Superb model.
It's a pity that the turret is completely false.
It is surprising which a person as you who makes so superb models and prototypes did not seen that...

Marc
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Joined: March 9th, 2002, 4:17 pm

April 20th, 2010, 7:44 pm #6

Hi Friends,

I had some time ago, this model ready for paint, I confess my negative capacitys with the resin kits, my friend Carlos Bravo builded it for me:








For me "France 1940", is a WWII little-know period, very attractive and fascinating, Histoire et Collections have an excellents books, I straight from it, pictures and this profile from Le 6e escadron du 4e RDP (Régiment de Dragons Portés):



Later a week at work, the result is this:








For the real size, this 1,00E together the model :


Now the decals from this sheet by Gaso.line:


The next steps are to paint with brush, wheels, tracks, exhausts, etc.

I hope you like it.

Best Regards

I like to dedicate this model to Olivier Saint-lot and his fantastic Gaso.line kits.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
It's going to be a winner. It is tiny . . .
Great model
David
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Joined: December 16th, 2000, 9:42 am

April 20th, 2010, 8:26 pm #7

Hi Friends,

I had some time ago, this model ready for paint, I confess my negative capacitys with the resin kits, my friend Carlos Bravo builded it for me:








For me "France 1940", is a WWII little-know period, very attractive and fascinating, Histoire et Collections have an excellents books, I straight from it, pictures and this profile from Le 6e escadron du 4e RDP (Régiment de Dragons Portés):



Later a week at work, the result is this:








For the real size, this 1,00E together the model :


Now the decals from this sheet by Gaso.line:


The next steps are to paint with brush, wheels, tracks, exhausts, etc.

I hope you like it.

Best Regards

I like to dedicate this model to Olivier Saint-lot and his fantastic Gaso.line kits.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
Hi All,
Thanks a lot by your comments.

Lu it's true, this little jewel is waiting at home lot of time ago, each time I saw my showcase and this model, I'm not happy, is a kind of debt, this last AMT Show speaking with Mr. Raymond Giuliani drives me to finnish. Now I will continue it to the finnish, and I will be a small vignette with a figure.

Jose Luis, yes, one of the most attrative of this model it's the original and different camo.

Xavier, psychotropic is a good definition for the camo.

Marc, Really I don't understand you well, a prototype? Yes I accept this is not the better model I was build, but this model have a special charm, maybe because is not an accurate model, for me is not a disgrace to do it, on the contrary is an honour to do it, to pay tribute to Gaso.line. And I don't understand also about the turret, maybe the turret is 1 or 2 mm. inaccurate, but I saw, and compare it with real pictures, and I thik the model to be like an AMR-35, and I like a lot to have it in my showcase, sure I will enjoy it a lot.

David, thanks a lot, I'll continue posting.

Best Regards all.

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
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Joined: March 26th, 2005, 10:16 am

April 21st, 2010, 10:23 am #8

Hi Joaquim,

Sorry if I shocked you, it was not my matter.
I badly expressed myself, English is not my language spoken or writing.
I wanted to say that the turret, so pretty is it has a completely false form. The angles, the form, and the details do not correpondent. And what I repoche have many resin models, the trap doors is always closed and the models all are of the cakes of soap.

That's what I wanted to say.

Marc
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Joined: August 27th, 2005, 1:25 pm

April 22nd, 2010, 1:31 pm #9

Some people asked me why I don't answer!
It is difficult to have intelligent answers to silly commentaries!
End of the discussion for me, I have more interesting things to make.
All the best
Olivier
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Joined: March 26th, 2005, 10:16 am

April 22nd, 2010, 1:38 pm #10

Hi Joaquim,

Sorry if I shocked you, it was not my matter.
I badly expressed myself, English is not my language spoken or writing.
I wanted to say that the turret, so pretty is it has a completely false form. The angles, the form, and the details do not correpondent. And what I repoche have many resin models, the trap doors is always closed and the models all are of the cakes of soap.

That's what I wanted to say.

Marc
I didn't waited any answer.

Respectfully

Marc
P.K.
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