Ferguson after weathering

Countryside hero #3: Weathering

This is the last part of my Ferguson built. Use the links below to check out the previous stages: Countryside hero #1: Construction Countryside hero #2: Painting Here’s my favourite part of every build: the weathering. I really like when all the necessary ‘chores’ are done and I can only concentrate on adding some seasoning to the dish. My model was still in pieces, because I wanted to have easier access to same areas. I…

The painting begins, Ferguson by Heller

Countryside hero #2: Painting

I left off the little Ferguson after it was put together and primed. If you missed that post, here it is: Countryside hero #1: Construction It was at this point that I had to decide what kind of vehicle I would like to build. I assumed my Ferguson will be a worn out machine that have spent years on the field but is still in operating order. So the model will be chipped and dirty…

Model is primed and ready to paint, Ferguson by Heller

Countryside hero #1: Construction

Being an armour modeller for since I can remember, for a long time I didn’t even considered building anything out of this ‘serious warfare’ category. Cars, trains, motorcycles? I didn’t understand why people would like to get involved in such trivial and casual subjects. Why would you want to recreate a vehicle that you pass everyday on your parking lot? The machines of war always seemed much more exciting, because they were much more distant,…

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