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  1. Hi everyone This is the Trumpeter Tiger (late) kit with zimmerit. It's my first 1/35 German AFV and I've tried to incorporate a few new weathering and detailing techniques that I have learnt this year. It was painted with lifecolour acrylics and weathered with oils and pigments. I replaced the kit tracks with Dragon DS tracks, which were kindly donated to me by a friend. The plastic tracks that come in the Trumpeter kit have solid guide horns, which are not accurate for a late Tiger. The spare tracks are from the Modelkasten spare tracks set. I have kep
  2. Hi guys. This is AFV Club's Centurion Mk.5/1 RAAC Vietnam Version. It was painted with Tamiya acrylics and weathered with oils and pigments. After market items included - vinyl mantlet cover (AFV Club), tracks (AFV Club), turret basket stowage (Firestorm), decals (Mouse House) and water jerries (Mouse House). Scratch-built items included - search light cover (tissue paper & white glue), aerials (styrene rod) and tool box tie down straps (lead foil). Thanks for looking. Cheers, Greg
  3. Nice work - looks great!
  4. Thanks fellas Thanks Ian - it certainly is a very different and distinctive camo scheme. The Tamiya instructions state 'light blue' - I must admit that I didn't do any research for this one.
  5. Hi guys This is Tamiya's 1/48 Matilda Mk. III. It was built oob, painted with Life Color acrylics and weathered with oils and pigments. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Greg
  6. Fantastic. Great attention to detail, especially for 1/72.
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