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Model In-Progress / work in progress - U.S infantry 1/72
« on: July 08, 2012, 06:14:24 AM »
http://thaimodel-kit.blogspot.com/2012/07/wip-us-infantry-172.html

work in progress - U.S infantry , kits are from many brand ,ESCI ,Caesar and Italeri. Paint with acrylic Winsor&Newton color. I try to paint U.S infantry in WWII around 1945. For more process description please visit blog above.









Any comments are very welcome :-)

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Model Gallery / T34/85 - matchbox scale
« on: July 01, 2012, 10:50:12 PM »
T34/85 scale 1/144

My tiny tank T34 , my second work in this scale tank. (Sorry for it loss a track because rubber track was shinked.)
Base color is plastic color but I put hightligh with fade green on many area. With a little weathering It finised.

Hope you enjoy this tank :-)











... with my previous work





see you later ...





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A brief WIP










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Model Gallery / Space shuttle - Discovery
« on: May 03, 2012, 12:24:06 AM »
Space shuttle - Academy

my latest model work :-)

















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Model Gallery / T34 tank scale 1/144
« on: April 22, 2012, 04:41:51 AM »
T34 tank scale 1/144

My latest work ,T34 at 1/144 scale. Hope you like this tiny tank. :-)
http://thaimodel-kit.blogspot.com/2012/04/t34-scale-1144.html











my old work here -->
http://thaimodel-kit.blogspot.com

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Model Gallery / Cutty sark 1/350 - Academy model
« on: April 09, 2011, 08:19:57 AM »
Cutty sark 1/350 - Academy model



My first ship model :-)

I've got this kit last new year's day and just finish it today , I have many problems with rope process but at last I has finished.

For my WIP ,please click here -->

http://thaimsot.com/th/forum/13-คนเล่นเรือ/46736-WIP---Cutty-sark-scale-model

Hope you like it ,more pics will posted in a next few day after I got a camera back from my sister.

Yours faithfully ,Kritsada Eampaisan

 

 

 

 

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Model Gallery / Bradley 1/72 green colored scheme - finished
« on: February 19, 2010, 11:04:08 PM »
Bradley 1/72 green tone color scheme ,Dragon plastic model









Below are my producing steps.



Thank you for attend my work :-)

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Model In-Progress / Re: Bradley 1/72 - WIP
« on: February 14, 2010, 04:13:17 AM »
Looking good!
Thank you ,FichtenFoo for attend my work :-)

I like it, especially the pic of the tank with the wall in the background, it's very much in scale from the looks of it, could maybe do with some contrasting numbers or unit markings, I like that's a nice clean tank, like a military parade etc, I know it's sacrelige when building tanks clean but I like it, I don't think the rust panels fit in very well, perhaps paint them red for contrast?
Thank you Adeon000 for your comments and tips. I have not finished track and lower part task ,I think it may add some dirty to it. A curved plate at both sides are rubber which should be painted with black but due to my lacked of research I paints it with rusted color ,my aim is to contrast the green color of tank as you guest :-)

Below is serial of my work. Hope this may help to analyze my problems step by step.



(Apologize for my grammatic and worded mistakes because English is not my native language)

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Model In-Progress / Re: Bradley 1/72 - WIP
« on: February 13, 2010, 08:32:23 AM »
Thank you very much for every suggestions and camoflage-colored guide. I'm very appreciate for all helping and expect its must
improve my building skills.

I think hard about corrects this kit detailing and color scheme. Finally ,I found it's too hard for my skill to corrects all errors and do a camo on this kit. So I desings to practice camouflage painting with my next kit ,Challenger II (1/72) , which has less camo color (2-tone) and paint this Bradley with fantasy sheme. :-)

Today ,I had finished fading and wash. Below are some progression.





Every comments and suggestions are very appreciate. I will post more pics as soon as possible after I get done more work :-)

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Model In-Progress / Bradley 1/72 - WIP
« on: February 08, 2010, 07:35:58 AM »
Hello ,this is my next project,Bradley in Kosovo color sheme.This kit is my first modern tank in Braile scale.For detailing upgrade ,I removed an old right sieve and replaced ith with copper wire. Some of plastic antennas were replaced with copper wire too.





For base color,I used glass green (Gunze color) darken by black.


After that I used glass green mixed with deck tan-like Gunze color for tone down at all surface. I try to practice color modulation technique which I learned from MIG DVD.




I'm not sure the function of curved plate on both side but I paint it with rusted color to contrast the color with green base color. Next step I will filter and fade the surface with enamel color ,I will progress my work as soon as possible :-)

I'm curious that is it possible to paint overall surface with green color or its must be camouflaged with brown and black to made this model accurate to real history?

Every criticisms and comments are very appreciate.
Thank you for attend my work.   Happy modeling


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Model Gallery / Apsalus III
« on: January 01, 2010, 09:16:40 AM »
Apsalus III



My easy kit with only 7 pieces for assembling. Hope you enjoy this monster model :-)







I use olive drab ,desert yellow and neutral grey just 3 colors for painting.Wash with tamiya black enamel.



Every comments are very appreciate :-)

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 :-)

Thank you for your suggestion.
I think as you that It look a little bit too plain. I plan to add some decal but it is no easy to find appropriate decal for 1/144 scale model.

 :D

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Model Gallery / Re: MG DOM ver DC23/Zero G
« on: August 02, 2009, 02:18:03 AM »
Stunning work!!! How can you add alot of detail in small area.

I will take a time follow through the WIP.

Thank you for very fantastic work.

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RX-178 Gundam Mark II A.E.U.G ver. - model BANDAI HGUC 1/144



Gundam mk. II was a prototype unit which designed by Titan before 1 of 3 was stealed by A.E.U.G. It was painted in blue color scheme before A.E.U.G change it to white. Lot's of pilot ever been control this mobile suite , one of them is Emma Sheen. :-)



Let's take a look for photo
= show off









zoom for some details



Last photo , I am proudly to annouce you a big size Gunze Sunyo color (500 CC). It is a limited product that I got from Japanese friend. He He ... just kidding



= Part assembling and modification



I cut off the power pipe-line and replaced it with metal rope which I find from stationary shop. I think it is too shine than real thing but overall it's OK.

All part was primed with mr. surface 1000 and colored with this step ...

White - surface 1000 ,gloss white ,preshading with intermediate grey and cover with gloss withe
Blue at chest - surface 1000  preshading with dark blue then cover with lighter blue
Red - surface 1000 ,white ,character yello ,preshading with wood brown plus little black then Madder red
Yellow - surface 1000 ,white ,prehsading with wood brown then character yellow
Black at thruster - surface 1000 preshading with black then overspray with dark gray + little blue

Both eyes was brushed with enamel color. For painting little area such as main camera and signal lights , I found it too hard so I use a small piece of post-it which I cut in square shape and stick it on.

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Model Gallery / Re: Zaku II 1/144 (HG Bandai)
« on: June 02, 2009, 07:09:46 AM »
Thank your ,sentinel011 ,for your attentive  :-).
My friend retouchs one picture with funny look.


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Model Gallery / Zaku II 1/144 (HG Bandai)
« on: June 01, 2009, 06:27:27 PM »
= Zaku II 1/144  (HG Bandai)



Hello everybody ,this is my first time on this site. I started gunpla modeling for a year and now I need some comment for my finished model from gunpla expertise. My native language is not English ,please forgive for my gramatic mistake. :-)

I bought this Zaku II model from local department store near my home last 5 years. It was bundle with RX79G ,two model in on box. I am nearly therw away this model after It was painted with serveral layer for my practice. Lucky, I decide in the last minute to revive this model.

Color scheme is inspired from last month hobby japan cover ,painted and weathered in military-look which is my favourite way.

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Front view with little tilt-up for human-view like. Magnetic chain-mine is modified from panzer wheels. :-)



with N-scale model



gorilla-like view. :-)



oblique views





Thruster is painted with gunze-silver color, other parts was painted and finished with flat lacquer.





Power-pipeline was modified by ornament bead.





Last picture ,every criticism are very precise for me. I will try my improvement with every comment.




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my work process

= modification and detailing
Power pipeline was applied from bead ,eye from peg and cover with trasparent plastic sheet (cut from mom-birthday cake box).



Arms and legs was detailed up with round nut ,hexagon nut and some little plaplate.


Shoulder shield was textured with tamiya putty.



= priming with spray can plastic primer

= preshading

Preshading along panel line ,deeper area with 0.2 mm. needle airbrush ,thinned with extra amount of thinner than usual and low pressure air flow.



= base color

Light green area was painted with Olive drab ,Dark green with Russain green (with little black) and joint part with german grey.



= rain mark

Fading in vertical line for mimic rain mark was done by 95% thinned Tamiy acrylic color brush for serveral random thick straight line.



= wash with red brown and chip with redbrown and grey Enamel



Thank-you for your attentive! Any comments ,pro or con ,are very worthy to me.

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Model Gallery / Re: Legend gundam Amuro custom
« on: April 06, 2008, 08:38:33 PM »
Are you kidding .. this is 2nd airbrush work!

Your paint work look great , nice job  :-)

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Public Announcements, Rules, and Guestbook* / Re: Sign The Guestbook!
« on: April 06, 2008, 01:11:52 AM »
Hi! I am new-comer here. This site looks great and peoples in forum are nice.

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