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T34/76 Mod. 1941 Cast Turret Soviet WWII-Era Tank COMPLETE!

February 2nd, 2013 No comments

I got this tank cheap off eBay along with a set of Eduard Photoetched parts. I built it relatively quickly and enjoyed it quite a bit.

Here’s the in-progress page:



In-Progress Page

And here’s the photo gallery:

Completed Model

Mustang vs. Citroen and PG Astray Progress

June 1st, 2009 No comments

OK, with the bulk of the work on the Astray leg done and since I’m stuck waiting for decals, I’m back to the Mustang diorama.

For starters, the insides of the doors needed some detailing. I searched Google for pics of the Citroen and found that the only detail there was on most of them was the door handles and window roll-down handles. So I started with Koto’s smallest round mold and drilled some holes in them:

I then bent tiny bits of very thin brass wire to make the handles. It was a pain in the ass and they result is too big for scale, but I think it’s better than having no detail at all:

I also worked on sculpting all the missing chunks of the two German figures. I first sculpted them the best I could with Magic Sculpt, then filled the missing bits with red Bondo glaze and spot putty:

Primed:

I also cleaned up the doors and door frames of the Citroen and painted it:

The paint started with a coat of Mr. Color German Gray pre-shade, which is REALLY dark. I then filled things in with a much-lightened mix, and then made an even lighter third color just to make an extra level of fade on the upper surfaces only.