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WD Titan 10-20 HP Tractor in 1/35th

Started by Barney, February 18, 2015, 01:13:11 PM

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Thanks everyone - Just the thought of "thongs and bikinis" could damage your health !!!

Allan G

The five pages of this project are incredible!!!!!!! Allan

Seattle Dave

I agree with all comments.  Fantastic modeling and research!

My only question is why you did not add "tracks" in the soil on the base.  It appears that the entire rig was dropped into the otherwise well-done scene.

Of course, then one could wonder where the figure of the driver is....

OK - I'll just go away quietly now.

Dave VanderWal

Lawton Maner

The tractor has obviously been abandoned long enough for the track marks to disappear.

Ray Dunakin

Visit my website to see pics of the rugged and rocky In-ko-pah Railroad!

Ray Dunakin's World


Sorted a better photo out (well I think so) done in natural daylight - still not happy with the "orange rust" I don't really think it would be in service with this amount of rust - Lawton has got it right "abandoned" and properly waiting for the Auctioneer to put a lot number on it with a note "Ex WD equipment for sale" Scenery in this class for the competition states scenery if any should be kept to a minimum and will not be taken into account and one figure is an option not that anyone seems to take note of this rule and rust and dust appears to be "The Trend"at the moment not that I agree with it after reading many articles and listening to many army personnel who still say a Vehicle becomes part of your kit ! any one else out there who can comment on the condition of army vehicles in service.
Myself I feel I have been forced into "The Trend" (for this the only competition I enter gives me something to aim for and at least able to complete one model) but I must add I still enjoy my Hobby