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AgentG

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  1. 1/35 M4A2 76mm "Wet" Sherman

    Cutting out and replacing the engine deck was correct for an M4A2 configuration. The kit appears to be lacking the proper M4A2 rear wall and exhaust. Rear mounted engine access doors are not on an M4A2, nor or the canister style air filters. G
  2. Gator - Part three of the trilogy

    Fair winds and following seas shipmate. Until we meet again. G
  3. Tamiya XF62

    I've used Tamiya XF-59, Desert Yellow in various amounts to take down the green. I've also used XF-60, Dark Yellow to lighten it up and make it less green as well. G
  4. Tamiya 1/35 Panzer II Ausf F/G paints

    March '41 to April '42 saw RAL 800 with RAL 7008 camo patterns, April '42 to the end in May '43 saw RAL 8020 with 7027 camo patterns. For the easy way to replicate early scheme think Tamiya Desert Yellow XF-59 with a Khaki XF-49 camo pattern. Late is a bit harder, but for the easy way use Buff XF-59 mixed with a drop or two of white. Then, I always added a couple drops of Khaki to the Buff mix for the camo pattern. There are specific Tamiya mixes for the tropen colors, but these will get you in the ball park.
  5. All the above! Simply marvelous work sir! G
  6. M3 Lee Lend Lease

    Beautiful, simply beautiful. G
  7. Gator - Part three of the trilogy

    Oh man that's looking good. I just may have to dig mine out of the stash and build it. G
  8. German Yellow for Tamiya Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer

    This illustrates how even factory applied hard edge camo can differ from tank to tank. Also notice how light the yellow is in this shot. My impression has been that late war dunkelgelb was more of a pale tan yellow color. Photo taken from the web for discussion only. G
  9. Now that's nice! I too feel you should take on a 1/35th scale build. G
  10. Sherman III

    Very, very nice. The colors look spot on, what paint did you use? G
  11. I got chilled just looking at the scene. Good job sir! G
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