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Mateusz Szefer19/05/2017 16:21:06
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Hello,wink
Never too much of a good thing so I started next project - Captured SU-85 from Mini Art .

The box contain a lot of sprues, so the assembly process will bring a lot of fun.

I will try to paint it the same like this paint shemes shown: Russian green on the hull behind the wheels and german dunkelgelb and olivegrun on the rest of the vehicle:

As always I made in-box review video. If someone is interested please follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVWi0Nff9ZQ

Some progress photos soon

Edited By Mateusz Szefer on 19/05/2017 16:22:51

Mateusz Szefer28/05/2017 21:36:21
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Some small progress. I assembled all wheels, each comes from four parts so the process was a little bit time consumpting but the details on finished wheel are worth this time.

Dave Ward29/05/2017 09:27:34
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Mateusz,

I've had the MiniArt Su-85 or -100 on my wish list for a while ( but NOT with full interior! ), so I'll follow this with interest

Dave

Si Benson29/05/2017 09:51:56
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Morning Mateusz,

Another interested member here. I particularly like the paint scheme shown on the box artthumbs up.

I hear some of the miniart kits suffer from substandard plastic making it difficult to assemble without snapping...how does the plastic seem to you?

Si

Mateusz Szefer15/06/2017 06:29:32
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Hello.

Thank you all for the interest. Si Benson- partially you are right, in older MiniArt kits the plastic was fragile and easy to broke. In recent kits ( I built the SU-122 and T-54-1) I didn't noticed any problems with it.

Summer is not conducive to modeling but slowly im wrking with this project smiley

I want to put the crew in the vehicle and leave all hatches opened, so I prepare the interior for painting.

I like how the MiniArt makes his kits: even those parts which will be invisible after final assembly are very well done.

I also did the most tedious part of the work- cleaned and prepared to assembly all track links.

Edited By Mateusz Szefer on 15/06/2017 06:33:08

Steve Jones 1215/06/2017 17:19:22
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Mateutz

I have arrived in time! She certainly looks a beast of a machine. You must have a lot of parts to get through if its interior as well. I wish you all the luck

Steve

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