Can't believe this is going to be a SAS Hummer hehe, so much to do. What
you see here is hours and hours of measuring, sawing, grinding etc etc, I lost count on the amount of hours, but I am having
Time for the details. Almost all small details were made using sheets of
ABS 0,5 mm. It's easy to work with, especially small objects.
Finally some time to work on my jeep again. Here are some pics of the .50
mount. It's the original top with the mount customized. The.50 is 21C
He is ready for another layer of paint. After that some sanding, some more
paint, some more sanding etc etc.
It's time for the bottom of this beast. Here is what I've done so far.
The bottom is made from 2 pieces. I first cleaned the plastic with some
water and soap. After that I sanded of all imperfections.
Next step, base coat, I used light gray because the final color is also
light. Base coat has multiple functions. You can see imperfections better, spots where spray paint hardly can come are more
clear and the final paint will stick better with a base coat.
After this step it's time to fill the small places where the spray paint
hardly can come. I'm using Model Masters British Gulf Light Stone. It's almost the same as the final color.
After this final paint, multiple layers and finish it up with dullcoat.
Offcourse I'm going to weather the vehicle but that job has to wait for
Time for some fire-power. I was inspired by a swivel mount tutorial from
a member of OSW. I based my mount on his, and I really like the outcome.
The weapon is a General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG) or M240 and it fires
7.62 mm rounds.
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