Thursday, November 25, 2010

Tamiya 1/35 Tiger 1


Hideeho everybody! Here's another military build. Actually the story is the same with the Sturmgeshutz...It was built by someone else, but my buddy got upset over it. Shows that if you take commission works from people, you have to ask what they want and try to give the best to them. Unless of course your client says that it's up to your creativity, but still you have to at least find some kind of level with your client which you can work with. Note that if the work looks good to you, it might not for your client. And since your client is paying you...heh...well I guess you can do the math there...heh.

Alright, here's how the tank actually look like before it got stripped down and went to the RK Designs workshop...

As I mentioned on my last post, the build isn't that bad...but some of the finishing looks rushed and it resembled more of a toy rather than a tank build. Did the same with the Sturmgeshutz and here's the final work done...

Tamiya 1/35 Tiger 1

As you can see I tried giving it some camouflage effect. Something a bit different that what I usually do. I guess I just wanted to learn doing other techniques for tank builds. There's another technique that I'll be doing, and it involves...plasticine. Heh. Wait for it.



  1. Not one to criticise other's work, but yours certainly got the 'REAL' look. Bravo I say, bravo!

  2. thanks and trust frm my clients who are also my friends are important so i can keep learning new ways to improve my builds and repaints...thanks again bro!