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Nord
14 Feb 06,, 13:34
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3386.jpg


See my galley here:

Warning for many pics!

Gallery (http://armor.se/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=500)

Trajan
26 Mar 06,, 23:02
I think the only thing I can say is...your damned good! I am completely blown away! The way you paint the figures is even better...the detail it awsome. My hat is off to you. *bow*

Nord
02 Apr 06,, 12:45
ohhh I have got an answer! :tongue:


thanx foar your comment sir! :biggrin:

texasjohn
16 Sep 06,, 05:00
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3386.jpg


See my galley here:

Warning for many pics!

Gallery (http://armor.se/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=500)

Compared to my model!! Darn it! how do I attach a pic that is on my hard drive?

Dreadnought
16 Sep 06,, 05:42
Tex go into reply and write what you desire then go to manage attachments and upload (browse) from your drive. . You will see the files (attachment) next to the browse box for each that you upload.After uploading choose close this screen in the dialog box and hit submit reply and they will post. You can always edit afterwards up to a certain period of time.

leib10
16 Sep 06,, 08:21
Wow man, you have real talent. Very, very nice work!

texasjohn
16 Sep 06,, 23:01
My humble Fulcrum... from 12 years ago..

texasjohn
16 Sep 06,, 23:03
Now I need to learn "resizing 101"....:confused:

Nord, how did you get the headlight shining effect?

Ironduke
24 Sep 06,, 14:18
Nice models. Also good that this forum is getting some activity :)

texasjohn
25 Sep 06,, 23:05
Here is a modeller's question. I have a F-14 that I am restoreing. Over the years the cockpit got damaged and has a hole on it. I was going to scotch tape the underside and use the wife's clear fingernail polish ( thin layers) to get the glass effect. Does anyone know of a better way. I just don't want to rush in and ruin the model.

dalem
26 Sep 06,, 07:28
Here is a modeller's question. I have a F-14 that I am restoreing. Over the years the cockpit got damaged and has a hole on it. I was going to scotch tape the underside and use the wife's clear fingernail polish ( thin layers) to get the glass effect. Does anyone know of a better way. I just don't want to rush in and ruin the model.

You mean the canopy?

Well, to repair it (how the heck did it get a hole in it?? ;) ) you could use something like Krystal Kleer or something to fill the hole. My personal recommendation is to do a search across the web and places like Fine Scale Modeler for a replacement piece. Maybe someone sells an F-14 upgrade kit in your scale that has a vacuum-formed canopy, for instance.

And never use Scotch tape - leaves too much residue. Buy some low-tack modeler's masking tape, or use the white or blue stuff (tape) from the Home Depot housepaint section.

-dale

texasjohn
26 Sep 06,, 14:28
You mean the canopy?

Well, to repair it (how the heck did it get a hole in it?? ;) ) you could use something like Krystal Kleer or something to fill the hole. My personal recommendation is to do a search across the web and places like Fine Scale Modeler for a replacement piece. Maybe someone sells an F-14 upgrade kit in your scale that has a vacuum-formed canopy, for instance.

And never use Scotch tape - leaves too much residue. Buy some low-tack modeler's masking tape, or use the white or blue stuff (tape) from the Home Depot housepaint section.

-dale

Yes, I did mean canopy!! The hole "appeared" one day, when the kits were 10 and 12 years old. I came home from work and found the model knocked around on the display shelf, with the magical hole in the canopy. Both girls swore it was the work of " not me".:mad:

I'm glad I asked before using scotch tape. Thanks for the tip.

dalem
27 Sep 06,, 06:52
Yes, I did mean canopy!! The hole "appeared" one day, when the kits were 10 and 12 years old. I came home from work and found the model knocked around on the display shelf, with the magical hole in the canopy. Both girls swore it was the work of " not me".:mad:

I'm glad I asked before using scotch tape. Thanks for the tip.

Root dir. (http://www.dmancini.com/pictures/)

Look around in the folders there for some pics of my finsihed stuff and also build-up photos. Happy to give any advice I feel qualified on.

-dale

texasjohn
27 Sep 06,, 22:49
Root dir. (http://www.dmancini.com/pictures/)

Look around in the folders there for some pics of my finsihed stuff and also build-up photos. Happy to give any advice I feel qualified on.

-dale

Wow Dale! that's some pretty darn good work there. I think you are miles ahead of me. Any idea how Nord got the headlight effect on the tank? Photoshop? btw, is that you with the Katz eyes??

Catalan
27 Sep 06,, 23:06
Now I need to learn "resizing 101"....:confused:

Nord, how did you get the headlight shining effect?

It was photoshopped in.

dalem
28 Sep 06,, 08:44
Wow Dale! that's some pretty darn good work there. I think you are miles ahead of me. Any idea how Nord got the headlight effect on the tank? Photoshop? btw, is that you with the Katz eyes??

Nahh, a buddy of mine. I don't think I'm actually in any of those pics.

And thanks for the compliment. It's a fun hobby.

-dale

Catalan
28 Sep 06,, 17:00
Apparently, a friend of an Argentine friend of mine sends his pictures to Tamaya of Argentine weapon systems and he gets free models and sometimes money back...

Nord
26 Oct 06,, 19:53
Hi Guys,

Missed to check up on this thread!

Here`s some late builds from me......


http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9268.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9263.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9260.jpg

dalem
26 Oct 06,, 19:59
Nice work! Makes me want to finish up my M10 TD waiting in the wings.

-dale

Nord
26 Oct 06,, 20:17
T62 Series Tanks
The T-62 is a further step in the line of development begun with the T-54/55 series, entering production in 1961 and remaining in production until 1975. It became the standard main battle tank in Soviet tank and motorized rifle units, gradually replacing the T-54 and T-55. The T-62A variant first appeared in 1970. By the 1980s it was replaced by the new generation T-64/T-72/T-80 tanks as the first-line Soviet main battle tank.

DESCRIPTION:

The T-62 medium tank has a fully tracked, five-road wheeled chassis with close spaces between the three front road wheels and large gaps separating the third, fourth, and fifth road wheels. The drive sprocket is at the rear and the idler at the front, and there are no track return rollers. The rounded turret, mounted over the third road wheel, is more smoothly cast and more nearly egg-shaped than that of the T-54/55 series. The commander's cupola on the left is cast with the turret and not bolted on as in the case of the T-54/55. The loader's hatch on the right is also located farther forward.

The 115-mm smoothbore main gun has a longer and thinner tube than the 100-mmgunof the T-54/55, and its bore evacuator is located about two-thirds of the way up the gun tube from the turret. There is also a 7.62-mm coaxial machine gun, and model T-62A also mounts a 12.7-mm antiaircraft machine gun at the loader's hatch position.

A gunner's IR searchlight is mounted on the right above the main gun, and a smaller IR searchlight is mounted on the commander's cupola. The driver's hatch is located in front of the turret on the left side of the flat, low-silhouetted hull.


http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9213.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9214.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9215.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9217.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9218.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9219.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9220.jpg

It looks much like the T55, but the size is bigger...

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9224.jpg

Nord
26 Oct 06,, 20:30
It`s ready execpt the ammo in brass...

More pics later on, hope you like it!

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_8960.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_8958.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_8957.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_8962.jpg

highsea
26 Oct 06,, 21:08
Beautiful detail, Nord!

Nord
26 Oct 06,, 23:35
Now I need to learn "resizing 101"....:confused:

Nord, how did you get the headlight shining effect?

As the wise man said... Photoshop......:cool:

gunnut
26 Oct 06,, 23:37
Wow, absolutely amazing!

texasjohn
26 Oct 06,, 23:57
Truly excellent work. Maybe I should remove my MIG-29 from display till I can build something half as good!! You are really talented, Nord!!

Nord
27 Oct 06,, 08:11
Truly excellent work. Maybe I should remove my MIG-29 from display till I can build something half as good!! You are really talented, Nord!!


Thanx Texasjohn!

Regarding your MIG, it`s truly ok, but needs a little bit more painting.... :)

texasjohn
27 Oct 06,, 20:51
prolly so!! I orginally built the model about 20 years ago, while in college ( no money etc.). The model got wrecked, ( kids growing up) and I had to put it back together. Is there a way I can repaint over that or am I better off going for a newer model and use an airbrush this time?

Nord
27 Oct 06,, 21:04
prolly so!! I orginally built the model about 20 years ago, while in college ( no money etc.). The model got wrecked, ( kids growing up) and I had to put it back together. Is there a way I can repaint over that or am I better off going for a newer model and use an airbrush this time?



Personly I let my old builds stay as they are, so I can mesaure my progress...

Get a new kit, use an airbrush, and see the difference....:rolleyes:


http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/img_3759.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3684.jpg

Nord
28 Oct 06,, 19:18
http://armor.se/images/panzers/gallery/photos/photo20.jpg

Nord
30 Oct 06,, 00:44
Nr 257 "Bourrasque", 2nd Section, 1st Company, 15th Combat Tank Battalion, 2nd Armored Division France 1940.


http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9302.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9300.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9293.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9292.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9305.jpg

One 47mm Gun
One 75mm Howitzer
Weight 32tons

Nord
30 Oct 06,, 08:17
Another shot, from the rear this time...


http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9310.jpg

Nord
05 Nov 06,, 00:37
Some progress...

The catepillar is soon to be ready...

What do you think of it this far? :


http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/103m3.jpg
Real Tank
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/103r.jpg

glyn
05 Nov 06,, 10:58
Superb! I wish I had a fraction of your talent.

Nord
10 Nov 06,, 01:32
Here it is, the Swedish MBT. Not in use anymore but anyway...[;)]

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9338.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9347.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9339.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9341.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9340.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9343.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9348.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9349.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9350.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9351.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9355.jpg

Nord
03 Dec 06,, 02:25
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/t80/img_9514.jpg

And Glyn, Thanx!

Nord
03 Dec 06,, 09:18
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9482.jpg

texasjohn
04 Dec 06,, 01:50
Nord,

Excellent work! Glyn and I are both embarking on builds. Here is what has always blown me away. Take for example your Post#31 ( the rusty chains on the vehicle). How on earth do you get that effect? or the muddy tires and dust storm effect? Any pointers you can give us newborns?

dalem
04 Dec 06,, 09:38
Nord,

Excellent work! Glyn and I are both embarking on builds. Here is what has always blown me away. Take for example your Post#31 ( the rusty chains on the vehicle). How on earth do you get that effect? or the muddy tires and dust storm effect? Any pointers you can give us newborns?

Sticking my nose in here. ;)

Different kinds of rust can be achieved in a couple of ways. Rust streaks are easily done with thin washes of rust-colored paint. Or use Sienna or even different shades of brown. Thin washes can be streaked and built up gradually. To get a nastier, older, more textured rust, like a well-aged exhaust or ****ler, lightly coat the part or section with thin model glue (not superglue!( - maybe a dab and spread it with your fingertip for the rusted area. dip/roll/sprinkle the part with baby powder or baking soda - something fine-grained. Let it dry. Then dry-brush different shades of brown and rust onto the area - the rough grain will grab the paint and really look rusty in scale.

Dry-brushing is the mil modeler's friend! ;)

-dale

Nord
04 Dec 06,, 12:52
Nord,

Excellent work! Glyn and I are both embarking on builds. Here is what has always blown me away. Take for example your Post#31 ( the rusty chains on the vehicle). How on earth do you get that effect? or the muddy tires and dust storm effect? Any pointers you can give us newborns?

A easy way to acheive the rusty effect on a chain, is to use the Tamayia XF9(hull red). Afterwards you use MIG(pigment) see: http://www.pumahobby.se/MIG/MIG.htm

And use a dry brush to apply it...


If you wanna use oil colors...

I use burnt sienna and Umbra.. Work well as well, but need a long time to dry..

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_9773.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_9774.jpg

Nord
04 Dec 06,, 12:56
Nice work! Makes me want to finish up my M10 TD waiting in the wings.

-dale

Please do, I wanna see it!

I just finished my own M10 lately..



http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9435.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9436.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9440.jpg

texasjohn
04 Dec 06,, 19:25
Nord and Dale,

Thanks a million!!! I have a lot to learn, I can tell:)

glyn
04 Dec 06,, 19:46
Nord and Dale,

Thanks a million!!! I have a lot to learn, I can tell:)

SHUSHHHHH! They certainly have the talent for making models, dear heart, but we can wipe the floor with them when it comes to bluffing, and plain old-fashioned BS!

dalem
04 Dec 06,, 20:17
I forget if I've showed this here before - a little Star Trek ship I scratchbuilt - from concept sketch to cardboard mock-up to building.

Lots of fun. (http://www.dmancini.com/pictures/fed-torp/)

Back in the day I used to play a boardgame called Star Fleet Battles - this was my version of a type of "PT Boat" for the Federation - something that could hang around the edge of fleet actions and lob long-range torpedoes at the bad guys. It moved from old sketch to styrene a couple of years ago.

Anyway - the pics show the progression from cardboard to display stand.

-dale

texasjohn
05 Dec 06,, 05:06
SHUSHHHHH! They certainly have the talent for making models, dear heart, but we can wipe the floor with them when it comes to bluffing, and plain old-fashioned BS!

HEAR! HEAR!

Age and guile will overcome youth and vigor everytime!!!:)

texasjohn
06 Jan 07,, 05:27
here is the cockpit of the cat - reconstituted, cleaned up from 1987, survived
combat (kids) and rebuilt!! Not near as good as nord or Dalm!! But hey! I am learning!:)

GLYN !! how is the tank coming???

texasjohn
06 Jan 07,, 05:50
Belly view of the Cat VF-124.... Yes the wings do fold out and are movable!!

glyn
06 Jan 07,, 14:49
here is the cockpit of the cat - reconstituted, cleaned up from 1987, survived
combat (kids) and rebuilt!! Not near as good as nord or Dalm!! But hey! I am learning!:)

GLYN !! how is the tank coming???

Well done TJ!
The tank? Oh, er, coming along quietly. I haven't made up my mind whether to have it in parade order, or as it looked after a hard exercise in inclement weather. As soon as it is finished I will let you know. I'll have to find out how to post photos on the WAB too.

texasjohn
07 Jan 07,, 03:32
Well done TJ!
The tank? Oh, er, coming along quietly. I haven't made up my mind whether to have it in parade order, or as it looked after a hard exercise in inclement weather. As soon as it is finished I will let you know. I'll have to find out how to post photos on the WAB too.

Thanks Glyn!

I wonder if you can get it parade order first, take pictures and then muddy it up in an "excercise"? wonder if that would be too much paint! Nord or Dalem would know huh?

Dry brush perhaps?

RustyBattleship
10 Jan 07,, 19:17
Thanks Glyn!

I wonder if you can get it parade order first, take pictures and then muddy it up in an "excercise"? wonder if that would be too much paint! Nord or Dalem would know huh?

Dry brush perhaps?

In preparing model trains, that is called "weathering" and can be done with the "dry brush" method. Basically you pick the color of weathering (coal dust, mud or rust), wipe the brush clean on the edge of the bottle then with the remaining paint you use fast strokes. A small spray gun can do the same but a lot of paint is wasted because the best effect is overspray and the majority goes inside the paint box (or dining room table if the wife isn't watching).

texasjohn
12 Jan 07,, 00:05
In preparing model trains, that is called "weathering" and can be done with the "dry brush" method. Basically you pick the color of weathering (coal dust, mud or rust), wipe the brush clean on the edge of the bottle then with the remaining paint you use fast strokes. A small spray gun can do the same but a lot of paint is wasted because the best effect is overspray and the majority goes inside the paint box (or dining room table if the wife isn't watching).

Can this be done after a regular paint job?

Nord
04 Mar 07,, 19:33
Can this be done after a regular paint job?

Yes that`s the thing... But when it comes to aircraft, I`m not the man to help you....


:confused:

texasjohn
05 Mar 07,, 01:03
Yes that`s the thing... But when it comes to aircraft, I`m not the man to help you....


:confused:

Man, I wish you would have entered the scale model contest! You would have whupped everyone's butt.:biggrin:

Nord
25 Mar 07,, 21:17
Man, I wish you would have entered the scale model contest! You would have whupped everyone's butt.:biggrin:

obviously not....:rolleyes:

Here`s another one..


Academys kit...

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5641.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5647.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5643.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5645.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5622.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5623.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5628.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5646.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5649.jpg

glyn
26 Mar 07,, 00:07
Superb work. The attention to detail is quite amazing.

texasjohn
27 Mar 07,, 04:03
Superb work. The attention to detail is quite amazing.

I agree!! Splendid work Nord!

Glyn or Nord, you might know the answer to this question.

I am building a bf-109 ( wood flying model) and the was trying to select the correct squadron colors. While browsing through the sites, I noticed a lot of them had yellow nose cones and tail! Looks good - but as camo? what was the logic? I've seen pictures of Spitfires with some yellow too!

Any ideas?

T_igger_cs_30
27 Mar 07,, 04:12
Nord........Bloody outstanding :)

leib10
27 Mar 07,, 04:29
I agree!! Splendid work Nord!

Glyn or Nord, you might know the answer to this question.

I am building a bf-109 ( wood flying model) and the was trying to select the correct squadron colors. While browsing through the sites, I noticed a lot of them had yellow nose cones and tail! Looks good - but as camo? what was the logic? I've seen pictures of Spitfires with some yellow too!

Any ideas?

A lot of the early 109s had their noses and tails painted yellow. For example, JG26 and JG27, circa Battle of Britain, had the yellow tails and noses.

texasjohn
27 Mar 07,, 06:11
A lot of the early 109s had their noses and tails painted yellow. For example, JG26 and JG27, circa Battle of Britain, had the yellow tails and noses.

Yes, but isn't that like painting a target on yourself, as opposed to camo?

texasjohn
29 Mar 07,, 22:49
Yipee!! I found my own answer to the yellow nose and tail!!!

Camouflage & Markings of Messerschmitt Me 109 (http://ipmsstockholm.org/magazine/2000/02/stuff_eng_profile_bf109.htm)

The yellow nose paint was first introduced on 109's during the Polish campaign as a recognition marking to avoid "friendly" fire from the Wehrmacht when operating on ground strafing missions; I have read that the Luftwaffe lost more 109's this way in Poland than were actually lost in combat, and hence the yellow became the much used ident colour in future offensive campaigns. Wow!!:)

I figured I'd share with everyone.

gunnut
29 Mar 07,, 23:25
Yipee!! I found my own answer to the yellow nose and tail!!!

Camouflage & Markings of Messerschmitt Me 109 (http://ipmsstockholm.org/magazine/2000/02/stuff_eng_profile_bf109.htm)

The yellow nose paint was first introduced on 109's during the Polish campaign as a recognition marking to avoid "friendly" fire from the Wehrmacht when operating on ground strafing missions; I have read that the Luftwaffe lost more 109's this way in Poland than were actually lost in combat, and hence the yellow became the much used ident colour in future offensive campaigns. Wow!!:)

I figured I'd share with everyone.

That's like our "invasion stripes" on all our planes during and after the Normandy landing.

dave lukins
30 Mar 07,, 00:08
Nord outstanding workmanship, Excellent:)

Ironduke
30 Mar 07,, 01:23
Great work, Nord. The attention to detail is fantastic. :)

Nord
03 Apr 07,, 00:28
Thanx!


This is the latest..

M4A1 (76)W (OPERATION COBRA)

http://armor.se/forum/uploaded/Nordland/2007421438_IMG_5788.jpg

http://armor.se/forum/uploaded/Nordland/200742151_IMG_5791.jpg

T_igger_cs_30
03 Apr 07,, 00:59
Simply brilliant

dave lukins
03 Apr 07,, 21:59
Looks like the tank Glyn commanded:biggrin:

glyn
03 Apr 07,, 22:28
Looks like the tank Glyn commanded:biggrin:


Harry Parka posted a picture of that, but I can't find it.:confused:

T_igger_cs_30
03 Apr 07,, 22:39
Looks like the tank Glyn commanded:biggrin:

Nah Dave that tank Glyn commanded is my avitar, and I belive still has the ash plant he carried then also :biggrin:

Nord
05 Apr 07,, 22:19
This is a kit from Eastern Express....[B)]

The kit took me 2 evenings to complete, the metal tracks took 1 evening to assemble..


The tracks are from Fruil, and the lens for the headlight is also addon..

The snow was made from bikarbonate..


KV-85




GENERAL DATA
Formal Designation KV-85
Manufacturer(s) Factory No.100 Kirovskiy Works in Chelyabinsk (ChKZ or Tankograd)
Production Quantity 130 Production Period Sept.-Nov. 1943
Type Heavy Tank Crew 4
Length overall 8.49 m (27' 10") Barrel Overhang 1.69 m (5' 7")
Width 3.25 m (10' 8") Height 2.80 m (9' 2")
Combat Weight 46000 kg (101000 lbs) Radio Equipment 9R or 10R
FIREPOWER
Primary Armament 85mm Gun D-5T85 Ammunition Carried 71
Traverse (degrees) 360° Elevation (degrees) -4° to +23°
Traverse speed (360°) n.a. Sight n.a.
Secondary Armament 3 x 7.62mm DT Ammunition Carried 3276

Engine Make & Model V-2K-s Track Links 87-90/track
Type & Displacement V12, n.a. Track Width 67 cm (26")
Horsepower (max.) 600hp@1900rpm Track Ground Contact 433 cm (170")
Power/Weight Ratio 13.0 hp/tonne Ground Pressure 0.79 kg/cm2 (11.2 psi)
Gearbox 5 forward, 1 reverse Ground Clearance 0.40 m (1' 4")
Fuel Diesel Turning Radius 9.45 m (31' 0")
Range on/off road 251/150 km Gradient 36°
Mileage on road 219 l/100km Vertical Obstacle 1.2 m (3' 11")
Fuel Capacity 550 l Fording 1.6 m (5' 3")
Speed on/off road 35/12 km/h Trench Crossing 2.7 m (8' 10")
ARMOR PROTECTION
Armor Detail Front Side Rear Top/Bottom
Hull 75mm@60°(nose) 60mm@90° 75mm@round 30mm@0°(front)
20mm@0°(rear)
Superstructure 40mm@25°(glacis) - 40mm@round 40mm@0°(front)
75mm@60°(driver) 30mm@0-3°(rear)
Turret 100mm@round 100mm@75° 100mm@60° 40@0-5°






http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5837.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5839.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5840.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5841.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5842.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5843.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5844.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5847.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5849.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5850.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5852.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5853.jpg

glyn
06 Apr 07,, 00:05
Excellent, well done Nord! :) I didn't know about the history of this tank. I'm quite surprised that it had such a limited production run after all the effort of setting up a production line in wartime. That pattern road wheel must have been adjudged a success as it was used up to the T-10, and included on the bigger self-propelled artillery pieces.

dave lukins
06 Apr 07,, 01:01
Nah Dave that tank Glyn commanded is my avitar, and I belive still has the ash plant he carried then also :biggrin:

If not I have one I could send him to test out the quicksands in Cornwall. Might bring back memories of the Somme or ypres or even the old Sopwith!!!:biggrin:

Nord
06 Apr 07,, 10:16
Here`s an update with daylight pics...


http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5854.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5855.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5857.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5859.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5860.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5861.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5862.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5864.jpg

dave lukins
06 Apr 07,, 11:19
These are really a work of art Nord, Well done Sir:)

texasjohn
06 Apr 07,, 20:08
Awesome! Nord how did you get the fresh snowfall effect? sprinke the bicarbonate or careful drybrush??

T_igger_cs_30
06 Apr 07,, 20:36
Awsome I am in awe Nord............makes me want to take up modelling, in the winter months.................golf takes precedant summer time :biggrin:

dave lukins
06 Apr 07,, 20:44
Awsome I am in awe Nord............makes me want to take up modelling, in the winter months.................golf takes precedant summer time :biggrin:

Priorities...In winter move South. I hear they have one or two golf courses in Florida:rolleyes: Leave model making to experts with delicate fingers and good eye sight:) Thats us two out of the running!!

T_igger_cs_30
06 Apr 07,, 20:49
Priorities...In winter move South. I hear they have one or two golf courses in Florida:rolleyes: Leave model making to experts with delicate fingers and good eye sight:) Thats us two out of the running!!

:frown: maybe your right Dave

Nord
09 Apr 07,, 02:13
I sprinkle the bicarbonate..

Thanx for your comments guys...:tongue:

Ironduke
10 Apr 07,, 00:22
Nord, the work is great. I'm assuming you use some type of glue before sprinking the baking soda. Do you do any additional model types (planes, etc.)?

Ray
10 Apr 07,, 08:51
Nah Dave that tank Glyn commanded is my avitar, and I belive still has the ash plant he carried then also :biggrin:

:biggrin: :biggrin:

Nord
10 Apr 07,, 21:15
Nord, the work is great. I'm assuming you use some type of glue before sprinking the baking soda.

I spray the model with water first.


Do you do any additional model types (planes, etc.)?


I have bought alot of aircrafts, but haven`t started to build them yet..

Nord
13 Apr 07,, 12:24
I received the cookies today! :biggrin:

Made in Denmark!? Our neighbour...

U don`t nake cookies in US? :biggrin:


thanx!

Nord
23 Oct 07,, 23:04
Plz join us at armor.se (http://www.armor.se), and tell about this community to our members!

1idvet
14 Jan 08,, 21:30
Dude! Your collection is SICK! I don't think I've ever seen such a collection of models, ever.
Very impressive.

Nord
03 Feb 08,, 20:48
:rolleyes:

Shipwreck
02 Jun 08,, 22:27
See my galley here:

Warning for many pics!

Gallery (http://armor.se/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=500)

Amazing ! :eek:

Nord
20 Jan 09,, 23:23
Haha I`m glad you guys looked at it!

Thanx!

gunnut
07 Feb 09,, 07:06
I am amazed every time I look at your collection.

Nord
15 Nov 09,, 10:13
Our forum has been hacked, but we will try to recover as soon as we can.

Thats why the link in the first post is broken....

texasjohn
17 Nov 09,, 03:04
Hey Nord, long time no talk? any new models we can drool over?:biggrin:

Nord
17 Nov 09,, 21:38
Hey Nord, long time no talk? any new models we can drool over?:biggrin:

I am building a grasshopper, but the progress is slow....

Capsoda
05 Dec 09,, 21:08
Great stuff guys.

Nord
17 Mar 10,, 19:20
Thank you!


Btw, whats up with this corner? It`s totally dead..

Stitch
17 Mar 10,, 19:29
Thank you!


Btw, whats up with this corner? It`s totally dead..

Don't worry about it, so's mine . . . .

Nord
17 Mar 10,, 21:03
I mean the whole modellingsection...

Stitch
18 Mar 10,, 01:46
I mean the whole modellingsection...

Yeah, I'd noticed.

Gun Grape
18 Mar 10,, 02:23
We are slackers.

I've been meaning to post pics of my 1/350 Fletcher for a while now.

Nord
18 Mar 10,, 10:26
Hehe ok!

Im almost done with a new model myself...

Nord
19 Mar 10,, 18:40
Due to hackers, armor.se is down since a while.

I?ll post my builds in row here instead:

German


DKW SB-500 -36
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3374.jpg
Zündapp KS750
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3375.jpg
Pak 35/36 37mm
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/Pakwinter2.jpg
Pak 38 50mm
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_8307.jpg
Pak 40 75mm
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/Pak40.jpg
Pak 43 88mm
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9698.jpg
Pak43 L/71 88mm
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_1671.jpg
Pak 36/37 88mm
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/88out.jpg
Nebelwerfer
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/nebelwerfer.jpg
s.I.G 33 150mm
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/sig33.jpg
s.F.H.18 150mm
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9731.jpg

Pkw.K1 Kübelwagen Type 82 Afrika-Korps
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/swimmleft.jpg
Horch 4x4 1A Sd.kfz 69
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_2322.jpg
Steyr Type 1500A/ 01
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/img_5372.jpg
Krupp Protze Krupp Kfz.69 L2H143
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_2913.jpg

Steyr RSO/ 03
http://armor.se/images/panzer/img_1533.jpg
"Grief" Sd.Kfz.250/3
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3362.jpg
Sd.Kfz. 251 unt Panzergrenadier
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3453.jpg
8ton Semitrack Sd.Kfz.7/1 mit 20mm FLAKVIERLING
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/SdKfz71/7O2D9555.jpg
8ton Semitrack Sd.Kfz 7
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/works/IMG_2783.jpg

Nord
19 Mar 10,, 18:41
Schwerer Zugkraftwagen 18 ton Sd.Kfz 9 "Famo"
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_6014.jpg

Leichte Panzerspähwagen 222
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3364.jpg
Leichte Panzerspähwagen 223
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3367.jpg
Schwere Panzerspähwagen Sd.Kfz.231 6-Rad
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3369.jpg
Schwerer Panzerspähwagen Sd.Kfz 232 (8Rad)
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/2383.jpg
Schwere Panzerspähwagen (5cm) Puma Sd.Kfz.234/2 8R
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/PumaRuin.jpg

Panzerkampfwagen 35(t)/ SKoda LT vz 35
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/35t2.jpg
Pz.Kpfw 38(t) Aus A-D Sd.Kfz.140
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_9840.jpg
Panzerkampfwagen I Ausf.F Sd. Kfz. 101
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/pzkpw1b.jpg
PzKpfw I Ausf F Sd.Kfz 101
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_6710.JPG
Panzerkampfwagen II Ausf.C Sd. Kfz. 121
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/PII.jpg
Panzerkampfwagen II Ausf J (VK 1601).
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_0102.jpg
PzKpfw II Ausf L Luchs - Sd.Kfz.123
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_6669.jpg
Flammpanzer II - Flamingo SdKfz 122
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3703.jpg
Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf.L Sd. Kfz. 141/1
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/P3dio.jpg
Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.D Sd. Kfz. 161
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9192.jpg
Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.H Sd. Kfz. 161/1
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/PIV.jpg
Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Ausf.G Sd. Kfz. 171
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_2323.jpg
Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf.H Sd. Kfz. 181
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/Tigerruin.jpg
Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger II AusB Sd. Kfz. 182 Porsche Turm
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/ktigerright2.jpg

Nord
19 Mar 10,, 18:41
PanzerJaeger I Sd. Kfz. 101
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/PanzerJaeger12.jpg
Marder II Sd.Kfz.131
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/marderIIleft.jpg
Marder II D Sd.Kfz.132
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3536.jpg
Marder III Sd.Kfz.139 Pak36(r) Auf Gw38(t)t
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/marder3n.jpg
Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer Sd.Kfz.138/2
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/hetzerout.jpg
Stug III Aus A Sd.Kfz. 142
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/stug3a/_O2D0115.jpg
Stug III Aus B Sd.Kfz. 142
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/stug3out.jpg
Stug III Aus C/D Sd.Kfz. 142
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/img_3680.jpg
Sturmgeschütz 40 Sd.Kfz. 142/1 AusF.G
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3647.jpg
StuH42 Sd.Kfz 142/2 L/28
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/stuH42front.jpg
Stug IV and variants Sd.Kfz. 163
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/stugIV.jpg
JagdPantzer IV L/70 Lang Sd. Kfz. 162
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_9793.jpg
10.5cm leFH 18/1 L/28 auf Waffenträger Geschuetzwagen IVb
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/Heuschrecke/_MG_2859.jpg
Panzerjäger Pz.sf.V 12.8cm Sf.L/61 Stürer Emil
http://armor.se/images/panzer/img_0209.jpg
Panzerjager Hornisse / Nashorn Sd. Kfz. 164
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3449.jpg
Panzerjäger V Jagdpanther Sd. Kfz. 173 Late
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3373.jpg
Panzerjäger Tiger / Elephant Sd. Kfz. 184
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/Elefant.jpg
Jagdpanzer VI Jagdtiger Sd. Kfz. 186
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3372.jpg

Wespe Sd. Kfz. 124 105mm le FH18/2 GW II
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/Wespe2.jpg
Hummel Sd.Kfz 165 150mm sFH 18 L/30 howitzer
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/img_9018.jpg

Nord
19 Mar 10,, 18:42
15cm sIG33 (Sf) auf PzKpfw I Ausf.B Bison I
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/bison1.jpg
Sturmpanzer Bison II 15cm sIG33 Panzer II
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/bison22.jpg
Sturmpanzer III 15cm sIG33 Panzer III
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/p3sig2.jpg
Sturmpanzer IV Brummbär Sd. Kfz. 166
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/img_3759.jpg
Sturmtiger / Sturmpanzer VI / Tiger-Mörser 38cm RW
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/sturmmorser5.jpg
Mörser Loki 540mm
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/loki.jpg

Flakpanzer IV Möbelwagen Sd.Kfz.161/3
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/mobelwagen.jpg
Flakpanzer IV (3.7cm FlaK) Ostwind Sd.Kfz 161/
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/ostwind.jpg
Flakpanzer IV Wirbelwind Sd.kfz 161/4
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/wirbelwind.jpg
Flakpanzer IV Kugelblitz
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kugelblitz/7O2D9505.jpg

E10 Entwicklung Series
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_3306.jpg
E25 Entwicklung Series
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_6348.jpg
E100 Entwicklung Series
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/e100ps.jpg

Sd.Anhänger 51
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9208.jpgBritish

Cromwell Mk.VIII A27
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/Cromwellleft.jpg
Churchill Mk.VII
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/ChurcP.jpg

USA
M4 Sherman Early
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/shermanambush.jpg
Sherman M4A1 [76mm]W Opreration Cobra
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/IMG_5788.jpg
Sherman M4A2 [76]
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_5155.jpg
M4A3E8 "THUNDERBOLT IV"
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/tbolt/img_4907.jpg

Nord
19 Mar 10,, 18:43
M10 Wolverine
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9435.jpg
M18 Hellcat
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/img_3605.jpg
M26 Pershing
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/m26left.jpg
M36 Jackson
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/m-36/img_5659.jpg

Soviet
SU76
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_0404.jpg
SU85
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/su853.jpg
Su100
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/SU1004.jpg
SU122
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9633.jpg
SU152
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/IMG_9760.jpg
KV85
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/kv85/img_5849.jpg
KV1
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/img_3600.jpg
KV2
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3592.jpg
ISU122
http://www.armor.se/images/panzer/img_3601.jpg
ISU152
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/isu152out.jpg
T34/76
http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3588.jpg
T34/85
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3346.jpg
JS2
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/img_3384.jpg
JS3
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/js32.jpg

Italian

Semovente da 75/18 M40
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_9579.jpg

France
B1 bis
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9300.jpg

Nord
19 Mar 10,, 18:44
Modern
Swedish MBT 103C
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9341.jpg
Japanese Type 74 MBT
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9453.jpg
IDF M113 Zelda
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_9338.jpg
British Centurion Mk.III
http://www.armor.se/Images/Panzer/centurion2.jpg
Russian T55
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_8960.jpg
Russian T62A
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9213.jpg
Russian T64A
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9482.jpg
Russian T72M1
http://armor.se/images/panzers/t72/7O2D9851.jpg
Russian T72B
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/img_9268.jpg
Russian T80UD
http://www.armor.se/images/panzers/t80/img_9509.jpg

French town

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9862.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9860.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9869.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9871.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9876.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_9878.jpg



Gendarme
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/felt.jpg

Fallshirmsjäger with Panzerfaust
http://www.wargamer.com/forums/upfiles/4387/Ay759884626.jpg

Fallshirmsjäger

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_2283.jpg

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_2286.jpg

Nord
19 Mar 10,, 18:44
http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_2332.jpg

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_2340.jpg

Beach

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/hetzerbeach4.jpg

SS at patrol

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_0296.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_0295.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_0300.jpg

http://www.armor.se/images/Panzer/img_0361.jpg

24th Panzerdivision in Russia -42

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_6695.JPG

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3455.jpg

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3532.jpg

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3531.jpg

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3537.jpg

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3538.jpg

http://armor.se/images/Panzer/IMG_3521.jpg


Aircrafts

SU-27 Flanker B
http://www.armor.se/images/aircraft/su27/IMG_8907.JPG
F-15D
http://www.armor.se/images/aircraft/f15d/7O2D7741.jpg

F-15E
http://www.armor.se/images/aircraft/f15/img_7804.jpg

F-16
http://www.armor.se/images/aircraft/f16/img_0251.jpg

Officer of Engineers
19 Mar 10,, 20:03
Wow.

tankie
19 Mar 10,, 20:08
Some great stuff matey ,i like the way you use the backdrop real life fauna in some of the pics , the wheelbarrow in one shot is a bit of a giveaway :biggrin: but some great models and modelmaking ;)

texasjohn
20 Mar 10,, 00:21
Welcome back Nord!! excellent as usual!:))

sohamsri
20 Mar 10,, 07:02
Nord, you're outstanding with this !
Just went through the whole thread right from 2006.

Nord
02 Apr 10,, 18:42
Thanx all of you!