MA. K GUSTAV

Published by Kenny Conklin on

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Ki-Yoel Yoon had recently finished his Ma. K. Gustav. The concept of his build was to have the feel of a German Tiger during WW II. Ki-Yoel worked the kit without making any special modifications to the kit except for a few small parts. The figure and the added elements of the base are not included with the kit and bought separately. He wanted the figure to be sitting next to the Ma. K. Gustav. To do this, he had to modify the hips of the figure by realigning the hips using putty to make them look more natural. The figure and Gustav were painted using enamels while the other elements of the build we painted in acrylics and enamels.

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Kenny Conklin

I have been building models since I am about 8 years old. As many of us have, I picked up the hobby from my father. Without him I would probaby have never known this great hobby. I like to build everything from Military Models to Starships. Right now my passion is to build and light science fiction models.