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  1. Hello, friends! While the clear coat drying on my Hind E, I decided to start a new - and very unusual for me - build. I choose this kit just because I like the shapes of that tank! Also, my wife asked me to build something not aircraft-related and I got this box during the pre-sale from ARMA-MODELS.RU with some additional features: the brass barrels, brass wire, photo etched set, two paint jars (4BO and Whitewash), antennae, an air horn and the Fido (Sharik). So, here is the box: A lot of the stuff inside: The Runner A: The Runner B: The Runners C, D and G (ah, I noticed some ejector pin marks on the tracks): The Runner F: An instruction sheet, the color call-out and the Runner E with a clear parts along with the decals and wire: And finally, some additional aftermarket upgrades: I think I need to start from cutting the tracks off the sprues, so that’s all for today!
  2. Somewhere in the Soviet Union... This started as a build of an old Tamiya T-34 kit to test the hairspray technique. The model was left for two years before I found the inspiration to complete it again a couple of months ago. Figures are Miniart.
  3. Hello, Britmodellers! This is my first armour build since the late ‘90s. It’s an excellent kit from Zvezda with a small addition of PE parts. I’m not the fan of an intensive weathering and dirt, so I limit myself to some chipping and a little amount of dust. Let’s start: The tracks and wheels were painted prior the final assembly: The small details are glued prior the painting and brush-painted with a water-based paints later: The top view: The bottom view: This time Zvezda provides us an excellent decals: The grill is from the PE kit: This time I tried the chipping (the first coat was the spirit-based Rust paint and the second is water-based 4BO chipped with a hard brush): The tarp was the weakest part of the kit and I replaced it with a DIY from the Epoxy Putty: The rear view on the tarp roll: The headlight: The closer look at the turret: The front view: I’m pretty happy with the results and have a great time building this kit! Here’s the link to the WIP section of the forum: Thanks for looking!
  4. Hi, This is a 1:35 model the T-34/76 medium Russian tank. This is Tamiya kit no. 35149. I made it as moving model (the film about how can it ride is at the bottom). Additional parts are the Friulmodel tracks and handmade towing cables.
  5. Russian T-34/76 for Academy 1:35 Eduard Eduard are really churning out the etched detail sets, trying to keep up with the number of releases that the various manufacturers are putting out, plus issuing sets for older kits. This set is for the Academy 1:35 T-34/76 Russian medium tank. The relief etched sheets are up to the usual standards as Eduard seem to have good quality control on their releases. Coming in the usual sleeve packaging with card inserts to protect the brass there is one set for the exterior and one for the interior. [36395] This set is contained on one medium sized sheet of brass. Apart from the usual brackets and clamps that most of these sets include, particularly for the pioneer tools there are also upper suspension plates, grab handles, complete replacement horn and hatch fittings. The front and rear mudguards are also completely replaced, and will require some careful folding and rolling to get the shapes right. The engine intake and exhaust grilles are replaced, along with their attachment frames. The stowage boxes are fitted with replacement lids, hinges and carrying handles. There is also a new armoured plate that covers the top of the manlet. Conclusion Even Academys T-34 can do with some extra detailing, and this set provides enough to make the difference without going overboard. It’s not a huge set, and with care and patience the parts should be ok to be used by all but the pure novice but still be slightly challenging in areas.
  6. Russian T-34/76 (model 1943) 1:35 Revell The T-34 is undoubtedly the most recognised Soviet tank of WWII. The T-34 with its blend of Armour/armament/mobility was a real worry to the German forces when it first appeared on the battlefield in 1941, and it was only with the later Tiger & Panther tanks the Germans would gain superiority over the T-34, although in a numbers game the T-34 would be produced in greater numbers than any German tank. The T-34/76(model 1943) was not surprisingly produced from 1943 onwards. It had the 76mm gun of earlier tanks but ammunition storage was increased from 77 rounds to 100. A larger fuel capacity would give an extended range. In addition some of the armour was increased from 65mm to 70mm. The Kit This is a re-boxing of the new too ICM kit. The kit arrives an Upper & Lower hulls, with 5 additional sprues of parts; and rubber band tracks. Construction starts with the upper hull. The drivers hatch is completed and added to the hull. Also added at this point are the main engine hatch, and the front mounted machine gun blister. The engine intakes are made up and also added to the engine deck. The exhaust are also added to the rear part at this time. Construction then moves to the lower hull. The drivers and front gunners seats are made up and added into the hull (though there is no other detail present inside). 4 suspension boxes are added to each side of the lower hull. Rear fenders are also added at this point. Five suspension arms are added to each side of the outside of the lower hull. Mounting points for the front driver, and rear idle wheels are also added at this point. After the lower hull is complete, it and the upper hull can be joined together. Next is the tedious part of tank construction, the wheels. There are 5 pairs of driver wheels, with the front two and back two seeming to have rubber tyres, the rest do not. Also there are the drive sprockets and idler wheels to construct. The tracks are of the rubber band type and each of these consists of two parts per side. Once the tracks are on various hull fittings are made up and added. There are boxes for the rear, tool boxes for the sides, a roll of camo netting? and various items of recovery equipment to add. Construction can then move onto the turret. A complete breach and co-axial machine gun are provided for the inside of the turret. These are first made up. The mantle is made up and then attached to the turret. The breach can then be attached to the inside of the mantle, and the main gun to the outside. The hatches and various turret fittings can then be attached. The complete turret can then be mated with the completed hull. Two tow cables are provided if the modeller wishes to use them. Decals Markings are provided for two tanks. Tank 106, 30th Guards Tank Brigade, Leningrad Front 1943. Tank 17, unknown unit, Stalingrad, Winter 1942/43 Conclusion This looks to be a well moulded kit and should present no problems to the modeller. It will make up to a good looking T-34. Recommended. Revell model kits are available from all good toy and model retailers. For further information visit
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