Otter for A/P GB

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Otter for A/P GB

Joined: November 1st, 2008, 8:48 am

June 2nd, 2009, 8:39 am #1

Hi Gents,

Otter of Wespe-Model was completed.

A kit which must need add hands work for details.
But Wespe-Model produce the vehicles which a major maker never releases.

Processing of detail was styrene and a brass wire, but stopped it on the way
because there was not an end.
Tire used other resin parts,but seems to be one size big.
Painting used Gunze, and washing and filtering by MIG.

I think it to be a rhinoceros rather than an otter.
How will be it?

I hope you enjoy it.

Best regards

Masanori Sato (Toku)







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

June 2nd, 2009, 1:54 pm #2

Toku-san,

I admit you susprised me onc emore. Excellent choice. The otter is a super exotic subject very hard to see in model in any scale. One great addition to your British fever collection.

Thanks for one more finished model for the Allied Power, amigo.
Lu
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Joined: August 27th, 2003, 5:48 pm

June 2nd, 2009, 5:06 pm #3

The Wespe Otter is one of those kits i keep debating about getting.

Every year at the IPMS(UK) Scalemodel World show at Telford i have looked at this kit on the Wespe stand and decided to buy it if i had any money left! but i never do go back for it.
This year will be different.
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Joined: October 20th, 2006, 11:29 pm

June 2nd, 2009, 11:25 pm #4

Hi Gents,

Otter of Wespe-Model was completed.

A kit which must need add hands work for details.
But Wespe-Model produce the vehicles which a major maker never releases.

Processing of detail was styrene and a brass wire, but stopped it on the way
because there was not an end.
Tire used other resin parts,but seems to be one size big.
Painting used Gunze, and washing and filtering by MIG.

I think it to be a rhinoceros rather than an otter.
How will be it?

I hope you enjoy it.

Best regards

Masanori Sato (Toku)






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Joined: April 17th, 2005, 8:16 am

June 3rd, 2009, 3:14 am #5

Hi Gents,

Otter of Wespe-Model was completed.

A kit which must need add hands work for details.
But Wespe-Model produce the vehicles which a major maker never releases.

Processing of detail was styrene and a brass wire, but stopped it on the way
because there was not an end.
Tire used other resin parts,but seems to be one size big.
Painting used Gunze, and washing and filtering by MIG.

I think it to be a rhinoceros rather than an otter.
How will be it?

I hope you enjoy it.

Best regards

Masanori Sato (Toku)






They are just beautiful. My credit card is crying in pain already.....lol.......

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

June 3rd, 2009, 10:14 am #6

Hi Gents,

Otter of Wespe-Model was completed.

A kit which must need add hands work for details.
But Wespe-Model produce the vehicles which a major maker never releases.

Processing of detail was styrene and a brass wire, but stopped it on the way
because there was not an end.
Tire used other resin parts,but seems to be one size big.
Painting used Gunze, and washing and filtering by MIG.

I think it to be a rhinoceros rather than an otter.
How will be it?

I hope you enjoy it.

Best regards

Masanori Sato (Toku)






hi masanori

a very original and very little seen, congratulations.

Xavier
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Joined: October 5th, 2007, 10:53 pm

June 3rd, 2009, 6:23 pm #7

Hi Gents,

Otter of Wespe-Model was completed.

A kit which must need add hands work for details.
But Wespe-Model produce the vehicles which a major maker never releases.

Processing of detail was styrene and a brass wire, but stopped it on the way
because there was not an end.
Tire used other resin parts,but seems to be one size big.
Painting used Gunze, and washing and filtering by MIG.

I think it to be a rhinoceros rather than an otter.
How will be it?

I hope you enjoy it.

Best regards

Masanori Sato (Toku)






Hi Masanori!
This is the kind of model I like the most.
Unusual, ask for some extra job, and with a great result, as usual in your models.
Best, Hilton.
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Joined: November 1st, 2008, 8:48 am

June 3rd, 2009, 11:34 pm #8

Hi Gents,

Otter of Wespe-Model was completed.

A kit which must need add hands work for details.
But Wespe-Model produce the vehicles which a major maker never releases.

Processing of detail was styrene and a brass wire, but stopped it on the way
because there was not an end.
Tire used other resin parts,but seems to be one size big.
Painting used Gunze, and washing and filtering by MIG.

I think it to be a rhinoceros rather than an otter.
How will be it?

I hope you enjoy it.

Best regards

Masanori Sato (Toku)






Domo arigatou for my Friennds.

My credit card is also hard crying.

I'll try more one for A/P GB?
Is the next work enough in a time limit?
Let's build for A/P GB together!

Thanks again.

Masanori Sato (Toku)


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Joined: April 5th, 2007, 12:49 am

June 4th, 2009, 12:19 pm #9

Hi Gents,

Otter of Wespe-Model was completed.

A kit which must need add hands work for details.
But Wespe-Model produce the vehicles which a major maker never releases.

Processing of detail was styrene and a brass wire, but stopped it on the way
because there was not an end.
Tire used other resin parts,but seems to be one size big.
Painting used Gunze, and washing and filtering by MIG.

I think it to be a rhinoceros rather than an otter.
How will be it?

I hope you enjoy it.

Best regards

Masanori Sato (Toku)






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Joined: April 28th, 2005, 2:06 pm

June 6th, 2009, 9:28 am #10

Hi Gents,

Otter of Wespe-Model was completed.

A kit which must need add hands work for details.
But Wespe-Model produce the vehicles which a major maker never releases.

Processing of detail was styrene and a brass wire, but stopped it on the way
because there was not an end.
Tire used other resin parts,but seems to be one size big.
Painting used Gunze, and washing and filtering by MIG.

I think it to be a rhinoceros rather than an otter.
How will be it?

I hope you enjoy it.

Best regards

Masanori Sato (Toku)






Sorry, but where is this a/c in use? By the markings I guess NWE, if so they were not used there by 7th A.D. Otters were mostly used in Sicily and Italy 1943-45. There they were painted two-toned brown or the specific Middle East pattern for the type in Light Mud and black or brown.
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