T-62, Finally finished!

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T-62, Finally finished!

Joined: October 12th, 2011, 1:52 pm

May 29th, 2012, 9:35 pm #1

This is a T-62, mod 1968, that was introduced several times in here. Turret of 62 model and engine deck of 72 model are applied on the tank, so I took them from trumpeter T-62¡¯s 62 and 72 model kits. I corrected some awkward parts on the turret then, did detail-up working and applied Friul tracks for it. Humbrol enamel was used for basic painting. Then I applied new released EASY MUD color ¡°Mideast desert¡± for basic weathering and applied EASY MUD ¡°Russian 2¡± and Standard middle to avoid boredom. For partly color change, oil paint raw umber and Wet Effecter were applied and finally I applied 4B pencil on edge parts for metal feelings. I¡¯m not sure this T-62 has got real feels on the field. Is it enough?
It was interesting works that¡¯s because I was born at 1968.










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Joined: October 29th, 2003, 5:23 pm

May 29th, 2012, 10:00 pm #2

The finish and weathering is really superb! The contrast between the heavily weathered hull and the turret in particular brings the single colour scheme to life. The small flecks of dust and dried mud on the gun barrel are a great touch too.

Best regards

Alex
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Joined: July 1st, 2009, 9:58 pm

May 29th, 2012, 10:14 pm #3

This is a T-62, mod 1968, that was introduced several times in here. Turret of 62 model and engine deck of 72 model are applied on the tank, so I took them from trumpeter T-62¡¯s 62 and 72 model kits. I corrected some awkward parts on the turret then, did detail-up working and applied Friul tracks for it. Humbrol enamel was used for basic painting. Then I applied new released EASY MUD color ¡°Mideast desert¡± for basic weathering and applied EASY MUD ¡°Russian 2¡± and Standard middle to avoid boredom. For partly color change, oil paint raw umber and Wet Effecter were applied and finally I applied 4B pencil on edge parts for metal feelings. I¡¯m not sure this T-62 has got real feels on the field. Is it enough?
It was interesting works that¡¯s because I was born at 1968.










Love it...Looks great....Well done...



http://battletankpower.blogspot.com/
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Joined: December 26th, 2011, 12:06 am

May 29th, 2012, 11:15 pm #4

This is a T-62, mod 1968, that was introduced several times in here. Turret of 62 model and engine deck of 72 model are applied on the tank, so I took them from trumpeter T-62¡¯s 62 and 72 model kits. I corrected some awkward parts on the turret then, did detail-up working and applied Friul tracks for it. Humbrol enamel was used for basic painting. Then I applied new released EASY MUD color ¡°Mideast desert¡± for basic weathering and applied EASY MUD ¡°Russian 2¡± and Standard middle to avoid boredom. For partly color change, oil paint raw umber and Wet Effecter were applied and finally I applied 4B pencil on edge parts for metal feelings. I¡¯m not sure this T-62 has got real feels on the field. Is it enough?
It was interesting works that¡¯s because I was born at 1968.










i love the finish on this! i need to get easy mud! you did such a wonderful job on the finish! one of the best dirty tanks out there!
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Joined: October 12th, 2011, 1:52 pm

May 30th, 2012, 6:56 am #5

The finish and weathering is really superb! The contrast between the heavily weathered hull and the turret in particular brings the single colour scheme to life. The small flecks of dust and dried mud on the gun barrel are a great touch too.

Best regards

Alex
Thanks, Alex!
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Joined: October 12th, 2011, 1:52 pm

May 30th, 2012, 7:01 am #6

i love the finish on this! i need to get easy mud! you did such a wonderful job on the finish! one of the best dirty tanks out there!
Thanks, will. if you want to buy easy mud, visit hobbyeasy.com. They got all colors of easy mud.
and I hope you apply it on your AFV!
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Joined: October 12th, 2011, 1:52 pm

May 30th, 2012, 7:02 am #7

Love it...Looks great....Well done...



http://battletankpower.blogspot.com/
Thanks for your praise, Hakan!!!
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Joined: April 18th, 2007, 5:40 pm

May 30th, 2012, 7:44 am #8

This is a T-62, mod 1968, that was introduced several times in here. Turret of 62 model and engine deck of 72 model are applied on the tank, so I took them from trumpeter T-62¡¯s 62 and 72 model kits. I corrected some awkward parts on the turret then, did detail-up working and applied Friul tracks for it. Humbrol enamel was used for basic painting. Then I applied new released EASY MUD color ¡°Mideast desert¡± for basic weathering and applied EASY MUD ¡°Russian 2¡± and Standard middle to avoid boredom. For partly color change, oil paint raw umber and Wet Effecter were applied and finally I applied 4B pencil on edge parts for metal feelings. I¡¯m not sure this T-62 has got real feels on the field. Is it enough?
It was interesting works that¡¯s because I was born at 1968.










Great job. I really like it.



AFV Modelling from Turkey
http://www.plasticbattle.com
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Joined: April 8th, 2005, 11:51 am

May 30th, 2012, 7:46 am #9

This is a T-62, mod 1968, that was introduced several times in here. Turret of 62 model and engine deck of 72 model are applied on the tank, so I took them from trumpeter T-62¡¯s 62 and 72 model kits. I corrected some awkward parts on the turret then, did detail-up working and applied Friul tracks for it. Humbrol enamel was used for basic painting. Then I applied new released EASY MUD color ¡°Mideast desert¡± for basic weathering and applied EASY MUD ¡°Russian 2¡± and Standard middle to avoid boredom. For partly color change, oil paint raw umber and Wet Effecter were applied and finally I applied 4B pencil on edge parts for metal feelings. I¡¯m not sure this T-62 has got real feels on the field. Is it enough?
It was interesting works that¡¯s because I was born at 1968.










That's filthy....... :-)
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Joined: February 14th, 2012, 11:02 am

May 30th, 2012, 9:55 am #10

This is a T-62, mod 1968, that was introduced several times in here. Turret of 62 model and engine deck of 72 model are applied on the tank, so I took them from trumpeter T-62¡¯s 62 and 72 model kits. I corrected some awkward parts on the turret then, did detail-up working and applied Friul tracks for it. Humbrol enamel was used for basic painting. Then I applied new released EASY MUD color ¡°Mideast desert¡± for basic weathering and applied EASY MUD ¡°Russian 2¡± and Standard middle to avoid boredom. For partly color change, oil paint raw umber and Wet Effecter were applied and finally I applied 4B pencil on edge parts for metal feelings. I¡¯m not sure this T-62 has got real feels on the field. Is it enough?
It was interesting works that¡¯s because I was born at 1968.










...that easy mud, and great work your model, cool work! Congrats

Rubén
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