Ruins and cleaning

Hi Guys,
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Here are some photo’s of my recent dio’s.
First a Panter with dozerblade (Custom diorama’s) buildings and a off the market dozerblade.
Second is a reworked STUG with schratch build dozerbade…
Figures ar from Miniart and painted by my friend Henk Kuipers
Paintng is with oils and Tamiya Paint. Houses are painted with several colours watherpaint.

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Cool concept. The ruin is very well done and a good amount of rubble. Nice!
J

Excellent work! Both the Panther and the Stug look great with the dozer blades

Cheers,
C.

Great scenes for both. Interesting subject and nice to see a hybrid engineering wagon instead of the normal tanks …
The ruins and the structure of how the rubble has been added are both very well done… A very well done Piet :+1:

Hi Piet,

Very unusual subject matter, and very nicely executed, :+1: :slightly_smiling_face:. Is the officers’ greatcoat scratched from something like lead foil, :thinking:?

Cheers, :beer:,

G

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It is deliberatly painted like this. It should look like a leather coat.

Nice you like it.

Greetings,
Piet Siegel

G-man69
2 June

Hi Piet,

Very unusual subject matter, and very nicely executed, :+1::slightly_smiling_face:. Is the officers’ greatcoat scratched from something like lead foil, :thinking:?

Cheers, :beer:,

G

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Well it looks excellent Piet, :+1: :slightly_smiling_face:.

G

Sorry for the late reply. No it is the originaliteit from the figure. I found it so well done I just had to use it (also since the photo showde an officier in the deck as well).
Greetings Piet

Very cool build Piet !!