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Hi, just joined the group and thought I would share a build I completed recently. I had about a 20+ year hiatus and decided to dive back in! Take it easy on me like I said pretty much starting over
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8/8/17
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Just got the 1/35 scale JS-2 from Tamiya.
Got the first three steps done.
Great kit up until now, very detailed with freat casting and great fit.
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29/09/2016
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What do you prefer when it comes to scale tanks?
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This is a kit from Academy in 1:35 scale.
It is a M3A1 Stuart.
I chose markings from the US ARMY, 3rd Platoon, Company C, 1st Armored Battalion, 1st Armored Divison, Tunisia, December 1942.
The kit was very nice and had a very nice fit to it, reminded me of tamiya kits, since it was very simple and still had great detail.
The only thing i didnt like were the decals and you will need Micro-Sol and Micro-Set if you want them to look good.
In the end i can say you will definitely enjoy this kit if you are experienced or a beginner.
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10/09/2016
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This is one that i finished recently.
Kit is in 1:35 scale by tamiya.
I chose the Normandy markings, but the unit is unkown.
This kit qas very easy with great details mainly in the interiour and it comes with figures.
The main colours were: XF60, XF61, XF64. i would recommend using XF67 instead of XF61 because it is lighter and after a flatcoat it looks dark, almost black which doesn't look good.
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Mittlerer Schützenpanzerwagen Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf.D.
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