Monday, February 18, 2013

PST 1/72 KV-122 heavy tank (by Hakan Karlı)



Hi dear friends,
Hakan Karlı making a new miniafv.. It's a Russian tank and his first winterwash try.. Very nice photos and good job Hakan...
Enjoy..
.
Erhan



Vallejo (the airbrush pluger) gray primer...

Vallejo black gray mixed (spitting :) )

Russian green...

light green and satin varnish


winter camouflage of hair spray technique..(detail http://miniafv...braille-scale-modelling.html)
Hair spray and 10-15 min wait

white paint and brushes, (short-and medium-hard)


Let the white paint

Prepare lukewarm water

Rub the brush on surface






it's ok..

To be continued..  (coming with a mini vinyet..)

completed model link http://miniafv....pst-kv-122-completed-by-hakan-karl.html

6 comments:

  1. Very nice, and interesting winter wash technique!

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  2. Lovely so far!

    That gun is huge!

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  3. An impressive vehicle - and an unusual topic (and I like the realistic looking winter wash. I have some KV85s in my Red Army, but knowing that (by Soviet standards) few of them were made I'm surprised that there was such a beast roaming battlefields as the KV122. Can you tell us more about them - e.g. when they entered service and how many were built?
    Cheers,
    Ion

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  4. Hi Ion, there is only one ..
    "KV-122 - A KV-85 with the 122mm D-25T cannon. One prototype was made in 1944. Not taken in service."

    Cheers,
    Erhan

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