CANADIAN:LAV

XXXNITRO

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This is my entry into the War Wheels Armour Group Build:

The model is from Trumpeter

Photo Etch and resin conversion from Real Model

The model depicted here was used this weekend for a presentation for a change of command ceremony and presented to the leaving Commander

I will start the photos with a primed model because the build was pretty well straight foreword and will end with the finished model.

If you have any questions please ask.

XXXNITRO










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CANADIAN:LAV:COYOTE: Part 2

The Finished Model

if you have question about the build or weathering please ask.

Thanks for looking .......XXXNITRO

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Re: CANADIAN:LAV:COYOTE: Part 2

:eek: :eek: :eek:
Mez Like....
 

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Re: CANADIAN:LAV:COYOTE: Part 2

Yeah, that's an awesome job on that NITRO!! Great dust effects. Makes me thirsty just looking at it!
 

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Re: CANADIAN:LAV:COYOTE: Part 2

Pure wickedness! :eek:
 

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XXXNITRO ,

Good lookin LAV. I Dig th weathering ... it's all Dusty ! Rock-On !!
 
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That is one massive hoop of concertina wire! Resin or scratch-built? I've got one from the Trumpeter Stryker stowage set from Black Dog, but it's nowhere near that big. Awesome job on this build too!
 

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That looks amazing! love the dusty/muddy look.
 

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Quite nice really. I love the weathering, Hope my LAV-III comes out half as nice.
 

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Hi Guys

Thanks for the comments and views.

NecronnautDrummer; the concertina wire is from Roco they make minitanks in 1/87 scale unfortunately they sold that division to Herpa who also make 1/87 scale vehicles. It is there idea of barb wire which in 1/87 scale is a little to big but for 35th just about right .I think there is about 1 meter of it in the box.
The roll size you see on the model is based on actual photos of the vehicle in theater of operations.

Carsenault; I saw your LAV-III and its progressing real nice I think it will look great, they are quite the beast to paint they have so many surface details on the hull and turret makes them a challenge to weather and that's before the stowage goes on ;D
 

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