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  1. Hi All, Here's the Academy T-35/85 with Bedspring Armour. I see Academy kits getting a bit of a panning sometimes but this was great apart from the decals being too thick to sit down properly on the textured turret sides. As the tactical numbers were very rough I would have a go at hand painting them in the future. The PE was pretty good to work with and the tracks are simple link and length with sag built in. I used Vallejo model air then a ragbag of effects to make it as dusty as I thought it would be fighting in an urban area full of debris. My figure painting is not much cop at all as you can see. Usual comments and criticisms welcome. Cheers David
  2. Hi Pals, Here I present the finished model. I am quite happy to have dared to improve it (it could have been the opposite ... lol), it has not been very expensive and the additions have been very good. I think these oldies / cheap kits are a very good base to experiment, learn and improve hobby techniques and skills. On the one hand if it does not work out the way we wanted, the effort / expense is not "painful", although on the negative side, if it goes better than we expected at the beginning, the question remains "and if I had done this, or added this other , how would it have improved? ... " For this reason, I have some more model in the same circumstances, which I hope to improve (or otherwise, although I run the risk ...), now seeing them, I think I was not confident enough in my chances. As always, thank you very much for the comments and kind words that accompanied the assembly, and the interest shown. Here a link to WIP section for those who are interested, sorry a forget it... Cheers mates Some pics with a little base... And some shots in detail...
  3. ShaunJ25

    T34/85 1/35

    Hi, So this is my T-34/85. The story behind this model is the tank has been taking some heavy hits from ze Germans (seen by the deep gouges in the armour) and they were unfortunate enough hit a landmine, destroying the left track and leaving them stranded in the thick mud, leaving the crew no choice but to open the hatches and leg it. Let me know what you think - constructive feedback always welcome Tanks for looking (Pun intended, I'm sorry)
  4. Ok so rather than Flooding the forum with a huge amount of new topics I'd just condense some of my favourite 1/16 models all done in the last 18 months. Theres a few more to come still!!! I've a Bulldog and tank transporter to detail and paint too.and will need to take some photos of my winter KV1 note the T34 interior was based on photos I took from inside one at a show that was happily driving around the arena... the amount of rust and paint flake has NOT been exaggerated album link as there are many more. https://flickr.com/photos/150255258@N02/sets/72157686523917386 Sorry so so many photos!!!
  5. Yep Hobby Boss got the shrink ray on Trumpeter's 1/16 T34/76 and in a few versions too. Here winter's bone and I am starting the year in green with this amazinginly detailed kit, with some truly small parts. My biggest gripe with the kit is despite the clear instructions and lovely painting guide sheet the instructions for painting details in and around the tank are too few. While the detail in these 1/48 kits is funtastic, I have to say I think I'm still more of a fan of vehicules in 1/76 and kits with figures and interiors in 1/35. Let's see if I can get this one to a decent standard.
  6. razzie43

    T34-76 + Kv1

    On special request from Francis i post here my 2 tanks of the U.S.S.R. collection of WWII : Build in the year 2013 summer,kit is from CC Lee in scale 1/35 Kv1 build in the year 2005,kit is from Trumpeter in scale 1/35
  7. T34/76 Model 1943 – За Родину So… I’m a bit late starting, but hopefully I can join in with this: T34/76 Revell/ICM with miniart tracks (maybe!) by jongwinnett, on Flickr Which I’m throwing together basically out of the box, although I may use these: T34/76 Revell/ICM with miniart tracks (maybe!) by jongwinnett, on Flickr I forgot to take a sprue shot, but I only bought it today, honest! An enforced day of work (parenting!) meant I could make rapid progress this afternoon: T34/76 Revell/ICM with miniart tracks (maybe!) by jongwinnett, on Flickr T34/76 Revell/ICM with miniart tracks (maybe!) by jongwinnett, on Flickr As I think is well known, the Revell kit is a re-pop of the ICM version, which features a rudimentary interior: T34/76 Revell/ICM with miniart tracks (maybe!) by jongwinnett, on Flickr T34/76 Revell/ICM with miniart tracks (maybe!) by jongwinnett, on Flickr Which I decided needed some work: T34/76 by jongwinnett, on Flickr T34/76 by jongwinnett, on Flickr Bulkhead and floor level ammo boxes fudged up from some evergreen sheet and strip. Not much, but enough to fool the eye for the limited sightlines: T34/76 by jongwinnett, on Flickr T34/76 by jongwinnett, on Flickr The kit includes a complete set of rubber tyred wheels, for a later 1943 build, but for an early one, a mix of the two types, with steel on the middle three stations, is appropriate: T34/76 by jongwinnett, on Flickr T34/76 by jongwinnett, on Flickr
  8. Hi folks,I thought as a change from Aircraft I would have a second go at a 1/35 tank,I remember building an Airfix T-34 from the old poly bag era to rampage over the Russian steppes(Mam's fireside rug) when a youngster along with their Russian infantry! I don't have the kit yet but my LMS always has it in stock and we have the Northern show coming up so I,ll pick it up in the next week or two,I don,t plan to start till the Phantom and Mitchell are finished anyway and may not start till after my holidays. In the meantime here,s Julien's review of the kit here on BM,there is a whitewashed version included which might look good in this scale.http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234992759-russian-t-3476-model-1943-135-revell/ See you in a few weeks.
  9. Hi there. This is my first tank build attempt. I have to say that the UM kit was a nice surprise, even for this small scale. Quite nice detail...good fit...even for those damned tracks... I built it with no extra's...I only made some small improvements. I made it very dirty indeed. Maybe too dirty. My modelling experience is still very limited, and it was my intention from the beginning to use this build in order to try and experience with various weathering techniques...with various degrees of succes, that is However, this is the final result. It looks to me that something is wrong with the color of the spare tracks mounted on the sides of the hull...think I will cover that rust pigment (especially near the spare tracks) with some dirt pigment or something... All the best,