Building for a vignette

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Building for a vignette

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

August 4th, 2009, 4:33 pm #1

Hi my Friends,

So many time I builded and post here the tiny Tamiya's Jeep:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/527528/t ... +seats%29-

Yes, it's true, I wait a time to build the vignette, but I like to do, a really different vignette, to give the real 1/48 posibilities.

The great master of buildings Carles Elias just finish this one:


The inspiration came saying this picture:


Anyone do know this build? It's easy...

This scene is imposible (for common people with common houses), to do in 1/35 scale, is so bigger, in 1/72 scale, this kind details are lose, 1/48 is the perfect scale.

Now I will build the scene and paint the figures...

I hope you like it.

Best Regards,

Joaquin

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
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Joined: May 27th, 2005, 1:09 pm

August 4th, 2009, 4:53 pm #2

It's the Hofbräuhaus in Munich !!! It is still very popular amongst Americans, even though you don't see too many Jeeps infront of it nowadays ;-)It is only 10 minutes away from my place !

Excellente trabajo !!!
Sven
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Joined: September 9th, 2007, 2:57 pm

August 4th, 2009, 6:46 pm #3

Hi my Friends,

So many time I builded and post here the tiny Tamiya's Jeep:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/527528/t ... +seats%29-

Yes, it's true, I wait a time to build the vignette, but I like to do, a really different vignette, to give the real 1/48 posibilities.

The great master of buildings Carles Elias just finish this one:


The inspiration came saying this picture:


Anyone do know this build? It's easy...

This scene is imposible (for common people with common houses), to do in 1/35 scale, is so bigger, in 1/72 scale, this kind details are lose, 1/48 is the perfect scale.

Now I will build the scene and paint the figures...

I hope you like it.

Best Regards,

Joaquin

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
Hi JQN,

nice to see your plans and I must say - such a great building for such a litte vehicle?? I am curios about the finally composition.

Can you tell us a litte bit more about the building?? How was this made?

Cheers
Lars
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Joined: December 5th, 2007, 11:28 am

August 4th, 2009, 7:56 pm #4

Hello I´m who do it,.I do first a carborad structure that was covered with cork. I want represent ( as actual house) a little damage in the stucco layer part in the left due to shaked or blast or fire ( I presume) the part of the wall not damaged was covered with newpaper paper, the damaged part not. All model was sprayed with Iron fence anti rust paint( for seal the cork) and when dryes another layer of Gesso for give texture.

greetings
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Joined: November 12th, 2008, 4:59 pm

August 6th, 2009, 5:55 pm #5

Hi my Friends,

So many time I builded and post here the tiny Tamiya's Jeep:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/527528/t ... +seats%29-

Yes, it's true, I wait a time to build the vignette, but I like to do, a really different vignette, to give the real 1/48 posibilities.

The great master of buildings Carles Elias just finish this one:


The inspiration came saying this picture:


Anyone do know this build? It's easy...

This scene is imposible (for common people with common houses), to do in 1/35 scale, is so bigger, in 1/72 scale, this kind details are lose, 1/48 is the perfect scale.

Now I will build the scene and paint the figures...

I hope you like it.

Best Regards,

Joaquin

JQN~

http://www.panzermodelling.com
http://panzermodelling-ausfd.blogspot.com/
want to be with you, if you will be there ! For some research, you know !

cheers Erik
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