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Saturday, August 19th 2006, 1:12pm

M25 Dragon Wagon/GPM/ 1:25

Hi all friends

My name is Igal.

I'am new here. I'm building paper model for 35 years, especially models of the Israeli Air Force magazine. I came back to business few years ago thanks to the Polish companies of Paper Models. I switched to Military Vehicles after experienced in Aircraft. The M25 is a real challenge model but I like realistic coloring of models. Therefor, I scanned the model in a very high resolution (600 DPI) and recolord it by computer. Then, I begun building the model and add more acril colors to the model.

since some people shoed here this very model before me, I'll skip some of the construction report and concentrate especially in the coloring.

I hope you will enjoy, and I will be pleased to have your comments.

first, there is the Chasis, and it will give some idea regarding the paintng.
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Saturday, August 19th 2006, 1:17pm

continue with the wheels

The Wheels were colored in tan and mud brown colors in order to create mud effects. All bolts and screws were colored also.
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Saturday, August 19th 2006, 1:20pm

Front wheel axis - continuue

Now, I attached the front wheel axis. It is movable.
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Saturday, August 19th 2006, 1:24pm

Rear axix assembly

The rear axix assembly is very complicated to built, since it has many small parts and one must add few extra parts to help the original parts looks more realistic.
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Saturday, August 19th 2006, 1:28pm

The rear axis assembly with chasis

The next step is to glue the rear axis to the chasis. As before, all parts are recolored with color ajustments.
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Saturday, August 19th 2006, 1:35pm

Rear wheels assembled

Now, Attaching the 8 rear wheels to the rear axix assembly. the most important step is to keep all whells on the same level, i.e. keep the vehicle touching with all 8 whhels on the surface.

I had to remove the unglued axix from the chasis, glue the wheels and then reglue the whole assembly again to the chasis.

That's all for today. Waiting for your comments. Have a nice weekend.

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Saturday, August 19th 2006, 1:50pm

Hi Igal,

this looks very interesting (and very muddy...)

Can't wait to see more.

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Saturday, August 19th 2006, 9:36pm

Hi Michael !

Many thanks. I'll try to post more images ASAP.

I tried to make it very muddy, but when finished, I'll add pigments to the complete model, trying to achieve more dusty look. I'll first try it on some accessory parts in order not to ruin the model with failed experiments.

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Monday, August 21st 2006, 8:10am

It seems it's going to be a great build Igal!
Nice job with the coloring!
"I'LL BE BACK"

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Monday, August 21st 2006, 4:01pm

Thank you Josve ! I hope It will :)

I continued with some of the parts of the cabine. This is the pedals. Well, still muddy but I also tried to make it looks realistic by carving the jig-saw lines across the 2 pedals. I also showing the base of the steering wheel.
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Monday, August 21st 2006, 4:05pm

The steering wheel, and the little sticks. The bad news that they are barely seen after the building of the whole cabine :(

Thats all for today

Cheers

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Friday, August 25th 2006, 8:19am

Hello Friends!

I continue with the cabine. It was realy difficult to find the correct color for the inside. I painted in olive-green mixed with brown and added some mud color.
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Friday, August 25th 2006, 8:22am

The Jerican was made per the Instructions
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Friday, August 25th 2006, 8:25am

And glue the Jerican and seats to the cabine floor.

Have a great weekend !

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Friday, August 25th 2006, 12:25pm

Hi Igal,

Very nice job you are doing here! Looks really good=D>

But i have to ask another question:
The plane shown at your avatar, i guess, is the Tornado from Halinski, arent´ it?
Can you show larger pictures, maybe at the gallery for aeroplanes ("Luftfahrt")?

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Friday, August 25th 2006, 2:11pm

Hi Robson,

Thank you for your remarks!

As for the Tornado - I'll pleased to put it in the gallery. I'll do it later once I;ll be back home from office

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Saturday, August 26th 2006, 11:31am

Hi all !

I hava some more images of the cabine and the chasis all together
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Saturday, August 26th 2006, 11:34am

A view from below.

I continue with the inner part. I'll post the images later.

Cheers !

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Monday, August 28th 2006, 1:45pm

Hi Friends,

A little progress in my Dragon. Now it's the time for the inside of the crew cabine. Cantines, flashlights etc.

this is the rear part of the cabine. I only repainted tha cantine.
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Monday, August 28th 2006, 1:47pm

The other parts of the cabine
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Monday, August 28th 2006, 1:49pm

And all cabine folded, ready yo assembly on the body

Have a great week !

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Saturday, September 2nd 2006, 12:14pm

Hi Friends,

A liitle progress in the building of the monster.

I begun with the outskirt of the wagon. It is prepainted with littlle painting after assmebly. The problem in these models is tha fact that after assmebly, it is almost impossible to see the interior, therfore I'll leave all windows in open position.

This is ther left side
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Saturday, September 2nd 2006, 12:15pm

The right side
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Saturday, September 2nd 2006, 12:18pm

A view inside from both sides, and a view to the drivers chair (taken with flash light)

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Monday, September 4th 2006, 7:30pm

Hi All!

Continue with the monster, I made the front lights and their shields. I made some experimnts to make the surface of the parts rough. the texture of paper is very smooth, unlike the rough texture of the armored cars due to mud, rust, rough painting etc.

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Monday, September 4th 2006, 7:32pm

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Monday, September 4th 2006, 7:35pm

The lights are assembled
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Monday, September 4th 2006, 7:37pm

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Monday, September 4th 2006, 7:40pm

the base for the gun and the tripod


that's all for now,

Cheers!

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Monday, September 4th 2006, 11:14pm

Hello Igal,


=D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D>


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Friday, September 8th 2006, 1:32pm

Hi Gerd !

Thanks for the compliments :]

I made the gun of the Dragon and repaint it in order to look rusty and under severe use conditions. I also added many parts to the main body of the gun.

Here are the parts before assembly
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Friday, September 8th 2006, 1:35pm

and the gun after assembly. I pain it in dark gray but may be better in Black?



I would be pleased to hear your remarks

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Friday, September 8th 2006, 1:39pm

Igal,

I think dark grey is very good. Generally, one should avoid flat black on models - it just hides the details. Usage of dark grey and the highlighting edges with a dry brush of a lighter color yields the best results - and yours look very brilliant.

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Saturday, September 9th 2006, 10:18am

hi Michael,

I think I'll stay with the present color. I'll do the final coloring in the end with a little touch of light pigments.

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Saturday, September 16th 2006, 6:14pm

Hi Friends!

I would like to have your opinion. I have almost finished the 1st part of the Dragon (the cabine) and started to make a layer of dust. I used the Dry Brush technique (dry pigments). I will add later another dark green - brouni layer. I made some images but the colors are more yellowish than real.
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Saturday, September 16th 2006, 6:24pm

and some more images.

Please feel free to give your opiion. This is the iniial stage of painting and any comment can be useful.

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Friday, October 6th 2006, 6:39pm

Hi All.

Continue with the monste. I built the hoisters which come in 2 parts -the upper and the lower. the main goal is to make the parts moving and makes them look muddy.

this is the upper hoister. O made the chain from small metal chain. I made some slors in the motor cover.

The painting is only initial without any weathering.
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Friday, October 6th 2006, 6:43pm

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Friday, October 6th 2006, 6:46pm

The 2 hoisters joined together. There are some parts missing, but I'll do it later. The chain seems to be untight,I'll modify it afterwards.


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Absolutely stunning. I'm learning...

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