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Opel Blitz Radio Truck

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  • Opel_Blitz_Rear_View
  • Opel_Blitz_Side_View_Cab_Driver_s_Side
  • Opel_Blitz_Side_View_Radio_Body_Only
  • Opel_Blitz_Under_Carriage

About the Author

About Steve Keegan (WeWillHold)
FROM: WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES


Comments

Nicely done Steve. You've done a great job on your opel. I like the interesting weathering on the side panels, gives its some life. This would look great in a dio. Congrats Bruce
SEP 03, 2005 - 06:33 AM
Steve you have done a fantastic job of it. cheers Cliff
SEP 03, 2005 - 10:28 AM
Wow that is really good weathering done there. Now if only Steve could explain how he did it.
SEP 03, 2005 - 10:30 AM
Steve, a fantastic build!!! did you use the verlinden AM kit with it? Cheers Kevin
SEP 03, 2005 - 10:39 AM
Nice job! I started one of these, and didn't get to finish it. It's a challenging kit, and you've made a really great job of it! Nice one. Vinnie
SEP 03, 2005 - 11:18 AM
As we discussed in chat,mmhmm,verie nices. (++) (++)
SEP 03, 2005 - 11:53 AM
Jeremy, I did include a write up with the pics that included a description of the paints and weathering techniques used, but this was published as a Model on Display (which I don't believe includes narratives), so I'll touch on it here. The Opel has been heavily faded to give it a well used/worn look. The kit has been air brushed and weathered mostly with acrylics. For starters, the overall kit was shot with a base coat of Model Master Engine gray, followed by successive layers of lightened Gunship gray and dry brushed with Gull gray. The Rustall weathering system provides the rust/rough looking areas of the model. Also, here is a link to the gallery that has a few more Opel pics in it, including one with the Opel sitting next to a US Army radio command unit that is a mix of Tamiya and Roo Resin offerings. Thought they looked like a good couple. http://photos.kitmaker.net/showgallery.php/cat/15160 Kevin, no after market on the Opel, it was out of the box all the way, --- and as Vinnie mentioned, parts of this kit are a bit frustrating. My thanks to Cliff Hutchings who gave me this kit as a gift between fellow modelers---- the Opel is dedicated to our favorite "Aussie Hound" :-) :-) Thank you all for the kind comments and taking the time to post to this thread. Steve
SEP 03, 2005 - 01:59 PM
nice weathering..you've done a fantastic job on the truck..even the underchassis.
SEP 03, 2005 - 02:41 PM
That is beautiful. I love the weathering and I think I'm gonna use yours for a reference on painting mine. Does it have an interior? Angela
SEP 04, 2005 - 01:15 PM
Excellent work Steve! The heavy weathering is just perfect (at least for me!) Congrats Thanks for sharing John! Skipper
SEP 04, 2005 - 11:26 PM