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Lipe;171025']Progres part 2

Lipe,

Looking good but still way too clean. You need to do some dirt and weathering overall and with your markings. Try a little additional detailing also like the hinge brackets and hinge bar for the side skirts. I think your weldment on the right side hull may be a little overscale so you may want to lessen size and rough it up a tad. It was probably machine welded at the factory but I don't know that for sure,but its a little too regular. Keep it up you're getting there. Do your dirt and weathering in layer playing with brightness and contrast and Hue on different layers until you get the look you want.

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Congo hinges Pizarro in skirts are not welded to the hull, they screwed around with Allen screws type.

Here I leave a photograph of the real model

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You misunderstood, I was refering to the weld that runs along the top edge of the right side not the hinge points. The weld is running just above the ax in your photo.

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Lipe's Pizarro WIP part3

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HONOR AND GLORY TO THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIFE FOR SPAIN

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Lipe.

You will need to go back and rework some details after you get all your dirt applied to the Piz. The shovel,pick and ax handles would stand out even with a good layer of dirt and can use some shadowing to give them depth. Likewise for the road wheels and running gear. Its getting there though, Dont forget to apply dust and dirt to markings so they dont look brand new. What photo editing software are you using. Some filters can give a nice effect such as craqueline. Works good for dried cracked mud. You could also install the allen bolts that secure the fender skirts and the separations on the hinge bar. Are you doing this in 1024 or 2048. The 2048 will give you better flexibilty for the details. You can always take it back to 1024 upon completion. If you are applying the dirt as separate layers or multiple layers you can try shifting opacity and such to acheive various effects.

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Here are a couple things to try out, give me some feedback. All are betas and not yet complete but they are useable.

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thsoe are splendid Congo. Perhaps a ISO container with green sandbags? the desert sandbaged ISO looks fantastic.

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thsoe are splendid Congo. Perhaps a ISO container with green sandbags? the desert sandbaged ISO looks fantastic.

Here you go Hack

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you're the best congo :biggrin:

I,m glad there is at least one person who feels that way!!

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I,m glad there is at least one person who feels that way!!

Me too, me too!! :biggrin:

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Ha, thx for that beautiful Spanish Hummer !

Bien à toi, ami du Congo,

K

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Ha, thx for that beautiful Spanish Hummer !

Bien à toi, ami du Congo,

K

Koen'

de rien mon ami!

Merci Beaucoup

Congo

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Ha, thx for that beautiful Spanish Hummer !

So, what's the difference between a regular hummer and a Spanish hummer? :)

(Sometimes the material just writes itself)

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So, what's the difference between a regular hummer and a Spanish hummer? :)

(Sometimes the material just writes itself)

:biggrin:

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one you pay for in dollars, the other in pesos.

personally, i don't pay directly for my hummers. drinks, dinner; that's another form of payment.

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:biggrin:

Stiffners on door panels, front grill, not as many rivets,

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one you pay for in dollars, the other in pesos.

personally, i don't pay directly for my hummers. drinks, dinner; that's another form of payment.

LOL I still remember when I was studying in San Diego, CA and people there told me they belived Spain was South of Mexico LOL

But the best was to see their faces when you told them Spain share frontier with France. ROLFMAO.

Pesos are used in Central and South America, not in Europe.

We do not use Pesos, we never had. We use Euros.

Retourning to the post, in Spain we have the original "Made in USA" HMMWV, mostly used by our Marines and the VAMTAC used in the Army and Air Force wich is a Spanish variation of the HMMWV produced by URO, pretty similar but not the same.

The VAMTAC is produced in Spain and have another variants.

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All paid in euros

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