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Here’s my recently completed M4A3E8. It’s the Italeri 1/35, built OOB with the exception of logs (Value Gear) and tarp (lead foil). Except for the mud, I otherwise kept the weathering light on this one. Thanks for looking.

 

Cheers,

Greg

 

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With shelf mate

 

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Very nicely done. I like the way that you've done the tarp. It looks realistic.

 

John. 

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Stunningly beautiful Sherman!! Awesome modelling! :worthy: :worthy:

Kind regards,

Stix

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Brilliant Sherman, looks great on the little base, really sets it off nicely. The stowage covered with the tarp btw is excellent 

 

Great work

Darryl 

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On 1/14/2021 at 6:17 PM, Jasper dog said:

Brilliant Sherman, looks great on the little base, really sets it off nicely. The stowage covered with the tarp btw is excellent 

 

Great work

Darryl 

Thanks mate 

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Excellent job! Like everthing about it especially the stowage, base and the tree 👍

 

Regards,

 

Steve

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A superb and very realistic build. 

Since I'm a total AFV novice could you tell me how you did the mud please....it really adds a high degree of realism and I'd like to give it a go on my next tank build....cheers.

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15 hours ago, t15dja said:

A superb and very realistic build. 

Since I'm a total AFV novice could you tell me how you did the mud please....it really adds a high degree of realism and I'd like to give it a go on my next tank build....cheers.

Thanks mate. I used a photo frame and “Sculptamold” for the base. Before the sculptamold dried I pressed the tracks down to make imprints and once dried and painted, I used Vallejo “thick mud” under and on the tracks. I hope that makes sense.  

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