2015-11-15

Armoured car with a lot of rivets

Due to other tasks(family and work) I haven´t been very
active with my 
hobbies lately but now I am back.
To several of my games that I play I have had a need
for a armoured car with light armament.Especially my
russian force that I use for SoTR has been in a need
for a recon-vehicle with light armament.
During the WW2 the russians didn´t manufactured or
design that many armoured cars and that was probbably
a strategic decision because they went for big tanks
with strong guns in a great quantity.
I wanted the armoured car to look rough eventhough
it was a ligh vehicle and to use plates (schürzen) and
also a lot o rivets I think I have made my point.
The model that I converted was a very simple toy
and the first thing was to shape it up.(see last picture)
The first thing I did was to lower the chassi and glue
i together. I have also made a antenna for long distance
communication using a simple technique.
The rivets are made of plastic tooth-pics and the plates
are plastic sheets that are leftovers from packages.
Next step will be to put om some paint. :)





























































8 kommentarer:

  1. I love seeing where you ideas start and how they transform into the finished piece.

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    1. Very nice Michael. It is always a fun process to start with a dull article with potential and make it to something more exciting. :) Thankyou for making this comment.

      Radera
  2. Wonderful how you turned a toy into a splendid piece!
    waiting to see it finished!

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    1. Thankyou Luca for these kind words. It will be real nice to see it finished.I am also planning to put on some "rust" and maybe some patch-work after "active" frontservice.

      Radera
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    1. Thankyou very much for these words András. :)

      Radera
  4. Turning a simple toy into a badass combat vehicle. Well dine, that man!

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    1. Tackar, bugar, niger och hukar mig för dessa värmande ord i höstmörkret. :) Thankyou for this making this comment Thomas.

      Radera