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4egevara
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Vladimir, Russia
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Posted: Sunday, November 10, 2019 - 10:29 PM UTC
Hello!
To make a model without a stand for me is almost impossible. Well, after rustling around the corners and picking up some garbage, I made a simple stand for the T-34. It remains to find time to paint the figure and the project can be completed ...












4egevara
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Posted: Thursday, November 28, 2019 - 06:28 PM UTC
Hello!
So I tortured this long-suffering project. As always, something happened, but something did not (the second more).
I didn’t really bother with the figure (so I got tired of the project), I painted it quickly in 4 hours, so there are a lot of flaws - after all, I haven’t been doing figures for 9 years.
Honestly, I'm not particularly happy with the visual component of the resulting project. Nevertheless, for me this is a move forward after a long period of inactivity ... and I'm glad of that!
P.S. For the gift in the form of a figurine, special thanks to Alexander aka Kolche.
P.P.S. Well, I wouldn’t be me if I hadn’t messed up! I'm sitting now editing a video and I see that on the tablet I made a typo in my name! Oh shame and shame! But it's me!

P.P.P.S. The video will be next week, unfortunately I do not have time for this ...









Enjoy watching, good mood .... well, wait for the video!
canismalus
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Posted: Monday, December 02, 2019 - 04:28 AM UTC
Hi Kirill,

You may not be very satisfied with this project, but I think it‘s quite stunning, both in the overall effect of all the elements together, and also when you look at the single elements on their own (T-34, base, crew member). The T-34 is excellent, and the weathering is spot on - it really fits in with the base and presents a unified effect, which is a really important thing with any diorama or vignette.

And the fact that this is your first project after a long period of inactivity makes it all the more impressive. To have a figure looking like that in four hours after a nine-year break, well, all I can say is wow.

Jerry

P.S. Thanks for posting these pictures and providing the links to the videos - they‘re fun to watch!
4egevara
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Posted: Monday, December 02, 2019 - 06:07 PM UTC

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Hi Kirill,

You may not be very satisfied with this project, but I think it‘s quite stunning, both in the overall effect of all the elements together, and also when you look at the single elements on their own (T-34, base, crew member). The T-34 is excellent, and the weathering is spot on - it really fits in with the base and presents a unified effect, which is a really important thing with any diorama or vignette.

And the fact that this is your first project after a long period of inactivity makes it all the more impressive. To have a figure looking like that in four hours after a nine-year break, well, all I can say is wow.

Jerry

P.S. Thanks for posting these pictures and providing the links to the videos - they‘re fun to watch!



Hi Jerry! Thanks for the feedback. I am very glad that my work impressed you. As they say in such cases: "If I have awakened or reassured, then I am not an empty phrase!".
I am constantly dissatisfied with my work, not only now, just in my head my imagination paints it all in a different way, it’s a pity I can’t translate it properly!
Thanks again for the tip friend! Good luck !
4egevara
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Posted: Thursday, December 05, 2019 - 06:36 PM UTC
Hello!
And here is the long-awaited video in this trilogy!
At this I declare that this project is completed, the model is put on a shelf in a closet in order to delight guests with its appearance! As always, everyone enjoy the viewing and, of course, pour some tea, it’s somehow more comfortable with it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKJX_NRUoIE