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1/35 Westwall bunker Hürtgenwald 2 years 1 month ago #1

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While its to hot for plastic model building:whistle: ,i started a small bunker.
Most of you guys and girls know how i make bunkers so i wont bore you with that .
One of the smallest German MG bunker build.



with authentic phillips head screws

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1/35 Westwall bunker Hürtgenwald 2 years 1 month ago #2

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Good lord that looks real. With sufficiently good painting and weathering it would fool anyone into thinking it was a real one.
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Bunker king at work. Good to see another one rolling out
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1/35 Westwall bunker Hürtgenwald 2 years 1 month ago #4

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Wow - That is really impressive work. I don't know your technique being new here, but as it is unlikely I will ever build a bunker that info is probably wasted on me.
However I would be interested to know what material you made this with - cast with plaster ?

Your concrete certainly passes for concrete. Fantastic. The door is great also. Will be watching this one.
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Admoto wrote: Wow - That is really impressive work. I don't know your technique being new here, but as it is unlikely I will ever build a bunker that info is probably wasted on me.
However I would be interested to know what material you made this with - cast with plaster ?

Your concrete certainly passes for concrete. Fantastic. The door is great also. Will be watching this one.


See this link,
Instead of wood i use plastic and for concrete i use special plaster for pouring
www.kiwimodeller.com/index.php/forum/scr...k-331-f-bunker#54604
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Thanks Maarten. I looked at the link. I understand how you make them. Thank you.
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Camouflage and black bitumen(all Vallejo paint) ,next battle damage .
Bitumen a tar-like mixture it was applied to the parts that were to be covered with earth /soil.



A ! forgot to paint the roof Black

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1/35 Westwall bunker Hürtgenwald 2 years 1 month ago #8

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:woohoo: awesome
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Incredible Maarten :woohoo:
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Looks so good mate
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2 more westwall bunkers ,

Regelbau1, Mg bunker ,

Type C4 bunker ,

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Wow mate that is looking so good, I'd love to get my hands on that. Something like that would look cool heavily weathered in some post apocalyptic Dio.
Did you cast the top lookout section as well?
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Gary wrote: Wow mate that is looking so good, I'd love to get my hands on that. Something like that would look cool heavily weathered in some post apocalyptic Dio.
Did you cast the top lookout section as well?


The steel 6x Mg cupolla is from
www.drakkar-models.com/
I did not find good drawings with sizes so the easy thing was to buy one , i ordered some silicone and will be making a mold from it.

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Looks very good. Beautiful detail

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1/35 Westwall bunker Hürtgenwald 2 years 1 month ago #15

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Really nice work. We still have quite a few bunkers here in my city - Dunedin. A disappearing gun and bunkers at the head of our peninsula that have now been restored. Built to defend against the Russians in the very early 1900's. More on the southern coast of the city that are still in reasonable order.

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