Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by mikezax, Oct 5, 2016.
Tatra 815 S1
Source: ABC 24/26
...a few photos of the build:
Mikezax, the pictures look great! As per forum rules, we do not allow linking t0 pictures. Please upload the above photos to your thread from your computer using the "Upload a file feature".. This is because too many threads have pictures disappear, leaving a useless thread. Thank You.
...small improved lighting from 2D to 3D
Looks great! Lots of Tatra models out there.
Those wheels look like they should be checked for pressure regularly. They look like the real thing. Great job!
Iagree! The wheels and tires look GREAT and the windscreen looks good also! Like to see how you put those wheels together!
Yeah, a tutorial on wheels would be awesome, mikezax!!
On my site is a simple tutorial (in Slovak):
When I will do the next model, I make detailed tutorial (photo and text).
Tatra is finished, I'm doing small diorama yet
Of course...I remember viewing the tutorial at one time in the past!
You did a FANTASTIC JOB on this project! It looks GREAT!
Mikeaxe, I will be happy to read how you do your models so well.
The model is completed. More and better pictures I will do next week.
Tomorrow is held the exhibition - Prize of the mayor of Nitra 2016 (about Modeller's largest exhibition in Slovakia) so when someone will tomorrow in Slovakia, it pays to come see ,
That is a GREAT LOOKING diorama!
I wish you the best of luck for the competition!
...thank you Rhaven Blaack
The model is finished,I will make a more detailed description:
-Tatra 815 S1 appeared in ABC 24/26 (1981-82)
- added interior (I modified the interior dedicated to another Tatras)
- on windows I used transparencies.
- steering wheel improved rubber seal
- I made 3D lights
- On Rear-view mirrors I use a mirror foil
- I improved wheels (with tread)
- on the pollution truck I used dry yellow pastel and sand
- I made the base from bulletin boards (A4)
- I used brown and green powder
- I made the pile sand from modeling clay and on the top I used sand
- I used pallets who did toudi_sk to papermodelers.sk
- Bricks are cut from the chopsticks on Chinese food (painted white)
- Wheelbarrow is from the Internet (adapted and scaled)
- Buckets and shovels are made of paper and wire
- The figurine is from kit MiniArt - British officers (painted on blue and on the top I used black dry pastel)
... next photos
These models don't look so appealing when they are flat pieces on a paper. It takes a special talent to bring this to life. You sure did. This is an awesome truck, and it wouldn't look that good if I did it, for sure!
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