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Another Tamiya build as I continue my armour modelling journey. 

Wanted to have a quick, clean build over a weekend. 

 

Quite pleased with the results (as a very new modeller!!) 

Looking to move onto chipping, mud effects, splashes etc in the near future.

 

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Once again, comments and advice more than welcome. 

 

Andy

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Hi Andy,

A classic, I never made one of these...lol.
It is a very suggestive vehicle for a diorama, with a larger one next to it.
Like the other, it is a good base to work on, but better, little by little, because I think something simpler is better than for the next process to ruin the previous work by not yet mastering the appropriate technique.

Cheers

Francis.👍

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Nice work. I keep seeing this kit in the local hobby shop, and thinking I might get it to finish as a captured one put to work by RAF 2 Armoured Car Company. 

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1 hour ago, SimonL said:

Nice work. I keep seeing this kit in the local hobby shop, and thinking I might get it to finish as a captured one put to work by RAF 2 Armoured Car Company. 

It's a fantastic little kit, I really enjoyed it and came with a bit of PE for me to practice on (albeit 2 large pieces only)

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Very nicely finished! 👌 

 

I like the simple base too .... very effective.

 

Keith 😁 

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That looks rather nicely done. Please keep them coming. I have one i built about twenty years ago. Still on display. 'My little tank!'

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Nice Andy. I've been building one of these for five years or so, full spamming up, the works. It's a good basis for detailing.

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Why does this remind me of Lt Gruber from Allo Allo!! Beautiful finish - what did you use for the ariel? Looking for something similar for my Sherman and other builds going forward.

Cheers

 

Nige

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