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Dry Country – Bad to the Bones

Posted on Maj 14, 2010 by in Sven-Åke & Ping | 9 comments

Not much to say I guess except that it’s finished.

The three figures are slightly modified Presisers and they were painted with Vallejo paints.

Enjoy!

Cheers

Sven-Åke

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9 Comments

  1. S-Å,

    Meisterklasse! – What more can be said !?

    Q: Preiser’s figures – are they good/crisp enough in the small scale?

    BR

    Håkan

  2. Thanks Håkan!!!

    I would dare to say that the Preiser figs are the best ones to use in this scale both when it comes to sharpness and variety. I love them mainly because most of them come with separate arms and legs and also heads, helmets, hats and equipment is interchangeable too so with a few different sets you can basically create any pose you like which no other manufacturer can offer at this point. The limits of the Preiser range is that they mainly do Russian and German sets but also three or four sets of modern US troops and tankers are available.

    There are only a few resin manufacturers like Calibre 72 that can pass Preiser in quality but they only make one set of US WWII tankers but I have not yet seen anything better.

    Hope it helps.

    Cheers

    Sven-Åke

  3. Hello Sven.

    I’m T-izumi.live in Japan.
    In ”Missing-lynx”, your work is always seen.

    I was able finally to visit here.

    I am glad to see a lot of wonderful work of you.

    Is this place displayed in the language of what country?
    I want to be looking at all these places with a translation software.

    Cheers

  4. Hello T-izumi!!!

    I’m glad you found this place.

    We try to write most of our stuff in english but sometimes things are written in Swedish which I’m sure you can translate into japanese using your translation software.

    Take care my friend!!!

    Cheers

    Sven-Åke

  5. Hello Sven.

    I’m T-izumi.live in Japan.
    In ”Missing-lynx”, your work is always seen.

    I was able finally to visit here.

    I am glad to see a lot of wonderful work of you.

    Is this place displayed in the language of what country?
    I want to be looking at all these places with a translation software.

    Cheers

  6. This is amazing work for such a small scale.

    Can I ask which kit you’re using for the tank?

  7. Hi Logan!

    The kit is from Revell and it’s one of their better ones. Everything fits perfectly and the level of detail is very good so I can really recommend it.

    Thanks for your comment!

    Best Regards

    Sven-Åke

  8. Dear Sven-Åke,

    mastepiec artwork as allways 🙂

    I am big fun of your work and your one of my personal legend of braille scale modelling. As you I have restarted this great hobby after years again. I was watching your work, fotos and tutorial almost at Missing Lynx pages. But right now are almost all your past post without images (http://hem.bredband.net/svegru stop worning?).

    May question is, if there exist any gallery or another site with you old works (some tutorials and project are here at http://www.hobbybokhandeln.net), but I am looking for your old tutorials and post.

    Thank you very much

    Best regards

    Jiri Solek

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