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M10 done

Joined: September 1st, 2003, 6:02 pm

February 22nd, 2010, 6:58 am #1

Hello,

last night I was able to finish my M10. It was built straight from the box with the only addition being the Black Dog stowage set.
The sandbags were replaced by scratch built ones made from Magic Sculp.
The figure from Mr.Body was painted with acrylics only.

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Have a good start into the week
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
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Joined: November 12th, 2008, 4:59 pm

February 22nd, 2010, 7:26 am #2

saw this one on MIA yesterday. Nice job, this is really a typical M10 with all the stowage.
A few parts are very green
But it's a great model.

cheers Erik
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Joined: March 26th, 2003, 4:28 pm

February 22nd, 2010, 12:11 pm #3

Hello,

last night I was able to finish my M10. It was built straight from the box with the only addition being the Black Dog stowage set.
The sandbags were replaced by scratch built ones made from Magic Sculp.
The figure from Mr.Body was painted with acrylics only.

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Have a good start into the week
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
Gunnar,

It seems today is M-10 day after seeing Sam´s and yours. I agree with Erik and think some parts are too green but I also appreciate all the work you put on this model with all that stowage load and the figure too. I like the dust deposits on lower hull and miss somehting similar on turret, pehaps?

Anyways good to see more models dressed with figures and accessories.

Have you decided your next 1/48th victim?
Lu
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Joined: August 4th, 2005, 4:57 pm

February 22nd, 2010, 1:38 pm #4

Hello,

last night I was able to finish my M10. It was built straight from the box with the only addition being the Black Dog stowage set.
The sandbags were replaced by scratch built ones made from Magic Sculp.
The figure from Mr.Body was painted with acrylics only.

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Have a good start into the week
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
Hi Gunnar,
Great job! I almost got the very same figure for my M-10, I'm glad I didn't in the end, that would have been embarrassing!!
I think it looks great, and the 'green-ness' doesn't bother me at all. Looks like besides the stowage this is totally out of the box? If so kudos to you , it looks fantastic!
I can only hope mine turns out this nice in the end!

cheers
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Joined: October 20th, 2006, 11:29 pm

February 22nd, 2010, 3:29 pm #5

Hello,

last night I was able to finish my M10. It was built straight from the box with the only addition being the Black Dog stowage set.
The sandbags were replaced by scratch built ones made from Magic Sculp.
The figure from Mr.Body was painted with acrylics only.

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Have a good start into the week
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
The green modulation was the only fault I could see too and the fig's foot. Cheers
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Joined: November 17th, 2005, 3:39 pm

February 22nd, 2010, 4:17 pm #6

Hello,

last night I was able to finish my M10. It was built straight from the box with the only addition being the Black Dog stowage set.
The sandbags were replaced by scratch built ones made from Magic Sculp.
The figure from Mr.Body was painted with acrylics only.

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Have a good start into the week
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
Hi Gunnar;

Wow! Two M10's in one day! I love it.

While I do think some bits may be a little too green, I love the overall look. It looks just the way an M10 should look, I think.
The dust/dirt on the running gear is excellent, as is all the stowage. And Christian's "Bodi" figure looks really good up there. I think I will have to buy this figure.

Great job, my friend. I hope you will be doing more 48th kits?

Cheers, Pat
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Joined: May 12th, 2006, 4:32 pm

February 23rd, 2010, 10:14 am #7

Hello,

last night I was able to finish my M10. It was built straight from the box with the only addition being the Black Dog stowage set.
The sandbags were replaced by scratch built ones made from Magic Sculp.
The figure from Mr.Body was painted with acrylics only.

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Have a good start into the week
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
Hi Gunnar,

Good to see you here !

You've made an extra paintjob and build with this M10.
Congrats my friend,

Cheers,
David
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Joined: September 1st, 2003, 6:02 pm

February 23rd, 2010, 12:02 pm #8

saw this one on MIA yesterday. Nice job, this is really a typical M10 with all the stowage.
A few parts are very green
But it's a great model.

cheers Erik
Well the green isn't that prominent on the real vehicle at all.
Might be the white balance setting on my camera.

I really loved to build and paint the M10.
Thanks again Erik
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
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Joined: September 1st, 2003, 6:02 pm

February 23rd, 2010, 6:31 pm #9

Gunnar,

It seems today is M-10 day after seeing Sam´s and yours. I agree with Erik and think some parts are too green but I also appreciate all the work you put on this model with all that stowage load and the figure too. I like the dust deposits on lower hull and miss somehting similar on turret, pehaps?

Anyways good to see more models dressed with figures and accessories.

Have you decided your next 1/48th victim?
Lu
I just can not compete with you guys in the 48th scale. You all are just too good.
So it really makes me glad to read that you guys like it quite a bit.

Well there in fact is some dust applied to the turret. But to have some color variation and not
to cover everything under a layer of dust, I didn´t apply it the way I did on the hull.

My next victim will be the Hetzer with some additional PE parts from Hauler

Cheers
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
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Joined: September 1st, 2003, 6:02 pm

February 23rd, 2010, 6:36 pm #10

Hi Gunnar,
Great job! I almost got the very same figure for my M-10, I'm glad I didn't in the end, that would have been embarrassing!!
I think it looks great, and the 'green-ness' doesn't bother me at all. Looks like besides the stowage this is totally out of the box? If so kudos to you , it looks fantastic!
I can only hope mine turns out this nice in the end!

cheers
Yes Sam it indeed was built straight from the box! No additional parts. Not even copper wire grab handles.

I really love your M10 so far as the amount of work you´ve put into it is amazing. Really.
Your rendition of the M10 will be a great one!

Thanks for taking a moment Sam
Cheers
Gunnar

http://www.modellbaufreunde-siegen.de/index.html
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