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Dragon/Tamiya T-34/43 complete 18/Mar/19


GazzaS
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Hi everyone,

    Finally completed this model.  I don't time my models, but between life and other kits, Iit's been 45 days start to finish.  The snow was a bit of a failure, and I really need a better way to take photos.  Anyway...here it is:

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Thank you for looking and sharing your comments!

 

Gaz

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You nailed that T-34 Gaz, the pose is so appealing dramatic with the tank on the verge of tripping over and the tilted turret. Some smoke from the exhaust would be the only thing added, but don't ask me how. I like the subtle modulation of the 4BO and the snow is looking very convincing to my eye.
очень хорошо товарищ 

Cheers Rob

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8 hours ago, GusMac said:

Great finish Gaz and a nice dynamic pose. I can just imagine the teeth-rattling thump as that pitches forward to land!

Thank you, Sir!  I know that the hardest part of being AFV crew is trying not to hit your head on all of the metal bits that stick out everywhere.

 

Gaz

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Gaz you are a model making machine!  I very much like the overall scene.  I can see the drama of the fight in your work....

 

But I hate to tell you panel one of the tank was built in the Ukraine in 1941 when they only used olive paint type 2.4 from Venezuela.  Also the vents on the rear engine deck were made by a guy name Harold on a Tuesday after an argument with his dog.  Because of this he used the inverse ration of wiring in its creation.  Had your tank included any of these factors it would have been ok.....:rofl::stirthepot:

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I love dynamic dioramas like this one. I can almost hear the squeaking of the tracks and deep rumble of the engine sneaking over the hill top. Minus 40 outside and fuzzy-warm times with your buddies inside of this famous beast. 

Bravo ! 

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On 4/10/2019 at 10:29 AM, SapperSix said:

Gaz you are a model making machine!  I very much like the overall scene.  I can see the drama of the fight in your work....

 

But I hate to tell you panel one of the tank was built in the Ukraine in 1941 when they only used olive paint type 2.4 from Venezuela.  Also the vents on the rear engine deck were made by a guy name Harold on a Tuesday after an argument with his dog.  Because of this he used the inverse ration of wiring in its creation.  Had your tank included any of these factors it would have been ok.....:rofl::stirthepot:

Hah, Hah...  Quite funny!  I would never have guessed Venezuela was a large paint exporter to the USSR....lol  And Harold....  is there a Russian equivalent?  ...lol

 

Gaz

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