I made up the white bag using thin lead foil then plastic was used for the flask, sarnies & chocolate bar. The crisp packet was nothing more than folded up tamiya tape cut to size. Once all painted and the sandwiches wrapped in a tiny piece of cling film I then moved onto the final weathering stages.
For this I used a tiny amount of VMS pigments around the model followed by some fuel and oil stains. Once happy with the appearance the model was fixed to the base and the turret, antennas, figure and his lunch went on and that's job done! It's been a longer project than I anticipated but very enjoyable.
The Takom 432 is a breeze to build and great fun to paint and weather. I doubt this will be my last 432 as there are so many interesting paint schemes and themes to have a go at.