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surgeon01

1/72 Trumpeter SU-152

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Hi guys,

I wanted to share my latest build, Trumpeter's Su-152 in braille scale ... it's oob, I tried adding more texture to the turret, painted with Tamiya and Vallejo, weathering with different oils and enamels. I had a lot of fun with that little tank.

Thanks for stopping by.

 

greetings ro

 

 

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thats a mean looking brute.Weathering is good,I particularly like the tracks

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Really nice job. Particularly like the texture you managed to achieve on the turret 👍

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12 hours ago, Tojo72 said:

thats a mean looking brute.Weathering is good,I particularly like the tracks

 

Thanks for leaving a comment ..., you're right those Russian tanks have their special appearance ...

 

greetings ro

 

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3 hours ago, StuartH said:

Really nice job. Particularly like the texture you managed to achieve on the turret 👍

Thanks for stopping by ..., the texture on the turret is just putty stippled on with a brush ...

 

greetings ro

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That's really nice.....would have believed that it was 35th if the header didn't already say it was smaller ...texturing is great weathering is spot on....all over a really nice build.

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On 01/08/2020 at 18:29, Lawrence Tierney said:

Nice model. No markings that I can see, was that common?

Lawrence,

I found a lot of pics without any markings, but they also had their turret numbers, stars and also some of them slogans written on the sides ..., most of then were hand painted, so I could have tried with a fine brush

 

greetings ro

 

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