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Friday, 6 June 2014

AAVP7A1

Here is my aavp7a1 which i enjoyed making, to make this model i used a couple of aftermarket sets and a few other pieces which i had in my spares box.
This is a tamiya kit and the armour is an aftermarket set which is not supplied in the tamiya kit i bought.


The various stowage is from a legend production set and spares, the 50.cal sniper rifle is from live resin.  


The weathering is with my usual prethera of mig productions pigments (gulf war sand)

Here is a view of the inside which is made from an aftermarket stryker interior set from blackdog.


Comments are welcome

6 comments:

  1. This is the first time i have commented on a model blog. When i came across your's i was quite impressed. I like the models that you are building particullaly this one, it seems that you put a lot of work into it and also buying after market kit to enhance your models, nice job with the painting and weathering. I have been model making fo some 50 years now and there are a lot of good modeler's out there, but for someone who look's so young on your profile i am very impressed by your work, so keep it up and look forward to seeing more. Will be keeping a eye on your blog from now on. Robert from Cardiff.

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    1. Thanks rob for the nice comment, this is by far the best model I have made and i truly enjoyed making it.

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  2. First time i have looked at your blog and the models you are doing, looks really good to me as i am thinking of starting one myself and have been checking out as meany as i can and i like the look of yours. I am also a military model maker and like the model tanks and soldiers as i am quite young and new to this and i am very interested in seeing what other people are doing. Really like this model and all the extra's you put on it aswell. I am now going to keep looking to you for some idea's hope you don't mind as i am new to this Jake from Dublin

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  3. Thanks jake for the nice comment, the best ideas I find are on the internet and other people's blogs and also through model magazines, I don't mind at all if you take some ideas to help you with your models.

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  4. Just found you on Pinterest, i like the work that you are doing, really nice models. I can see a lot of work has gone into them, particullaly like this one well done. will keep you in my favorites hope to see more soon, by the way nice footy shirt, i am also a red from manchester. Dave.

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    1. Thank you dave for the nice comments this model took a long time to make and is one of my best models so far.

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