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Robin2475

FIRST MODEL KIT: Sturmgeschütz IV - Tamiya 1:35 scale

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Hello! I have just finished my very first model kit - The german Sturmgeschütz IV from Tamiya. I enjoyed this set very much and it was a fun build. i spent two nights building it, without any problems. the pieces fit well, and the only thing missing is the painting. i will get to painting when i get the money to buy some. Anyways, here are the pictures:

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Sorry for the bad quality of my camera. Instead of installing the sideplates, i added logs (sticks from a bush) to the right side of the tank. i'm going to make a diorama for this later on, which i want to be in a forrest area. Hope you liked the model kit, as it is the first one i've built. i'm happy with it myself and i hope you are too! :)

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Nice one Robin!

I like the StuG IV and the Tamiya kit is a classic. Glad you had fun building it. I look forward to seeing it when you've got some paint on it.

Ian

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Nice one Robin :thumbsup2: you should be able to pick up plenty hints and tips regarding painting and finishing on this forum. Keep it up!

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Robin.

Hello and :welcome:

your Armor is Excellently done so far.

Can't wait to see her dressed.

Keep up the :goodjob: and keep us posted.

:yahoo:

HOUSTON :pilot:

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Very nice build for your first. I remember mine (just about) full of sticky finger marks. well done. Don't forget when it is painted put it back on here I want to see it.

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