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Here is my recently completed Tamiya 1/35 Cromwell.

 

It was painted with acrylics and weathered with oils and pigments. Chain, mg, and stowage were from spares box. Thanks for looking.

 

Cheers,

Greg

 

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With shelf mate...

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Very nice. Particularly the weathering on the tracks and running gear.

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Hi Greg. Hope you are well. Well, that's another absolutely superb model from your good self. Your paintwork and finish are very realistic and the stowage really adds to the finished model. Impressive modelling! :worthy:

Kind regards,

Stix 

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Lovely work Greg.

I think the painting and weathering looks spot on, the chains and stowage are a nice touch to. The Centaur looks very good as well.

Wayne

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Really nice paint and weathering Greg, I particularly like the subtly of the latter.

 

Top job! 👍

 

Keith

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Congratulations on a fine looking model, suitably battle worn well done 👏 

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Nice work on the Cromwell, weathering inparticular looks great!

 

Tremendous work

 

 Cheers 

 

 

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Great job on my second most favourite tank. The weathering is very convincing. Nice one.

 

John.

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I can only echo previous comments - the paint and weathering is excellent.

 

 

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11 hours ago, tomkil said:

Nice job!  Just wondering, how did you do the star on the turret?  Paint or decal?

Thanks mate. It’s a decal. Was a bit tricky - I used micro sol and gently blew some warm air on it from a hair dryer to help it to conform. 

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