T-55 Enigma Lion of Baghdad.

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T-55 Enigma Lion of Baghdad.

Joined: May 2nd, 2005, 8:41 pm

August 9th, 2012, 4:15 pm #1

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

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Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
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Joined: August 2nd, 2005, 4:02 pm

August 9th, 2012, 5:43 pm #2

Hey K,

Well what shall I say!
Your Enigma looks awesome. I'm really want to see in real.
Very realistic weathering; the best model you built until now, what do you think yourself?

It must be gold in Euromilitaire next month.

Grtz

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Joined: May 3rd, 2005, 4:10 pm

August 9th, 2012, 5:51 pm #3

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

Best regards

Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
..How can I say? Stunning? Inspiring? beautifull?.......I'm spechless...

Fabrizio:-)
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Joined: August 29th, 2005, 9:19 pm

August 9th, 2012, 6:04 pm #4

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

Best regards

Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
Hi Kristoff

Gorgeous rendition of the Enigma mate , stunning weathering , Add on parts are coming out with some really nice stuff, the welds look much better than the standard kit part and they are not so uniform in appearance.

see you soon

Brian
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Joined: August 10th, 2007, 1:37 pm

August 9th, 2012, 7:03 pm #5

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

Best regards

Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
You have made a very atractive T55 Kristof.what I specialy like is the heavy contrast and the light sand colour you have used.Will you ad a few figures to the base?This would make the scene even more atractive!!

Cheers,

Roger
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Joined: July 24th, 2005, 1:13 am

August 9th, 2012, 7:32 pm #6

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

Best regards

Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
Best weathering I've seen - very realistic!
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Joined: August 30th, 2011, 10:44 pm

August 9th, 2012, 8:03 pm #7

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

Best regards

Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
Insanely awesome, such an inspiration!

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Joined: May 31st, 2005, 11:00 am

August 9th, 2012, 8:48 pm #8

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

Best regards

Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
Very nice indeed, the weathering is first rate.

I was planning to get some AK Interactive stuff, think you've convinced me now!

Well done.
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Joined: October 23rd, 2009, 7:31 pm

August 9th, 2012, 8:49 pm #9

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

Best regards

Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
Gives me an idea for a display base for my 1/72 one now!
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Joined: January 27th, 2005, 12:07 pm

August 9th, 2012, 8:50 pm #10

Hi everyone

Here's my rendition of Tamiya's T-55 Enigma. The toy like add on armor on the sides is replaced by the excellent set from Add On Parts. They just click in place and have all the details you need.

Painting was done with acrylics and weathering with AK products.
The concrete barriers are also from Add On Parts and cause they are made out of plaster they can be damaged anyway you want.

Feel free to comment!

Best regards

Kristof















Full article can be seen in the upcoming issue of Art of Modelling
Quite possibly one of the best weathered models I have seen, my stuff is going in the bin

Regards
Andy K

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