I finished this Opel 2 days ago. Just like a base for weathering effects and play with the mud and streaking effects. Is out of box, no PE , no extra details, just a Tarp that I made long time ago, ratiator cover and wheels. This one supose tow a Flak, but of course, no time to make the flak.
Termine este Opel hace dos dias. solamente como base para hace effectos de pintura y jugar con el barro y los efectos escurridos. Esta de caja, sin fotograbado, sin detalles extras...solo el toldo que hize hace tiempo, el cubre radiador y las ruedas. Se supone que debe de tirar de un cañon flak, pero no me dio tiempo a hacerlo.
All you had to do was post up "Opel" and you had my attention, lol.ReplyDelete
Great build and fantastic weathering. The winter front and cargo cover put it over the top.
Really great job Mig!ReplyDelete
It has some really Creepy Look almost as Dark as Halloween.
She is very beautiful.ReplyDelete
Beutiful job Mig! Is the Opel in the new DVD?ReplyDelete
When is the white wash DVD coming out? I'm really eager to buy it.
Excellent model! Question. How and what was made tarp?ReplyDelete
Stunning work Mig, BravoReplyDelete
Lovely job! Whatever happened to the small scale Sdkfz 222 ? I was looking forwards to tat . . .ReplyDelete
Good character on paintwork.ReplyDelete
Wow, like it? I love it!ReplyDelete
Hey Mig - you are a true maestro of your art. Whilst I admire your work on military models (tanks,armoured cars etc) I have to say that lately, I have come to appreciate the work you are doing on the more 'conventional' types of transport. The paint techniques you display on the yellow front-end loader aka "Civil Vehicle" (humbrol article) shows some masterful restrained wethering. The Opel shows off your great skills & technique. Great stuff - give us more like this!ReplyDelete
Great. The finish on the tarp is really effective. It has definitely seen some weatherReplyDelete
Nice radiator cover, I think I'll do one of those for mine. Gorgeous work as usual.ReplyDelete