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So here it is chaps,

 

Great build and very enjoyable. I tried various new techniques with this one on the AFV and the crew, some paid off well and others need developing 

further. Moving onto a Tiger 1 now but I will revisit this and sort a base for it. Thank you all for following along and the fantastic feedback. 

 

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Full Build is here:-

 

 

Cheers 

 

 

Dan 

 

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Fantastic result, I think you've done a particularly good job on the dust streaking, very believable!  

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Absolutely marvellous Dan. It's been a joy to follow with the build and picked up some great tips along the way. Top work 👏👍

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Cracking job there Dan another build that I was able to pick up many tips from will look stunning on a base👍

 

Stay Safe

beefy  

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Bloomin heck bout time you slacker.......... does look da mutz nutz...... weathering is beautiful figures look ace and even some spent brass on the counter weights......stunning.

Now stop messin about and do the Tiger:D

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It’s been a joy to watch this one develop, and now on to the stripey kitty 🐅 

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2 minutes ago, 06/24 said:

It’s been a joy to watch this one develop, and now on to the stripey kitty 🐅 

 

 

And it's started :frantic:

 

 

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Amazing work Dan, I really enjoyed the (tutorial) w.i.p. and the results are absolutely fantastic. Stunning model.

Cheers,

Ernst.

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That is utterly superb!! Awesome weathering and finish! And really great painted figures.

Congratulations on an incredible build!

 

Vytautas

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That's very nice - really like the dusty weathering and the crew look great!

 

Keith

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Very well made and a great wip. We'll done indeed. Fine detail and excellent weathering. 

Top marks. 👍👏

 

Andrew 

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Man, that's a fantastic result here.

I love how you have achieved the dusty and the moist look at the same time.


I followed the whole build as well and it was a great journey.

 

 

Kristjan

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And wonders never cease, its finished!👍

 

Cracking job, paintwork and weathering is absolutely first class. Superb attention to detail and the extra touches really elevate an already superb build.

 

Looks great Dan, even better on a base though!😉  

 

Atb

Darryl 

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There is a good deal to like here, and I really enjoyed following your WIP.

 

My favorite aspects are the rain washed silt on the hull sides. It really looks like German wind blown loess soils that settled on the tank and then got rained on and dried back up again. Geomorphology in scale! :)

 

also the little touches, like the spent MG shells, really make this a fun model to look at. Each time, I notice something new.

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Fantastic build Dan and WIP was a joy to follow

 

Picked up some great tips along the way too, so thanks for that :book:

 

Mark

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Just about one of the best executed models I've seen in any scale, the weathering is spot on with the dust tones and the collection of mud in the wheels is a work of art. Well done for making the olive drab palette look good in 1/35, in a word stunning.

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That is a stunner Dan, superb in every detail. :thumbsup:  I'm looking forward to your Tiger build.

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