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Old 08-10-2007, 04:21 PM
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T-34/76 Factory Nš112. model late 1942. (1/48)

Hi Guys,

Meanwhile I take up again the DUKW vignette, sometimes a rest is needed to finish, I will build a more simply model, a T-34/76 1/48 scale.

I choosed this one, I like a lot the T-34, I will build a T-34/76 from Factory Nš 112, is curious, Tamiya in its Box call the model T-34/76 model 41, but I compared this models with the planes of the "T-34 Mythical Weapon" and with some minor changes is 1942 late o early 1943 year model production.



Finally I decided to build this model... I accept suggest for the paint scheme.

T-34/76 Factory Nš112. model late 1942

The Tamiya kit is characteristic his 1/48 line products, well detailed and casted, but with the "die-cast" chasis, incomprehensible for me , I start to join the upper and dow cassis parts and clean the wheels.



I will use only a PE for the grilles, I like to build a simply model, I don't like crazy me with a lot of PE parts, Hauler PE sheet is perfect.



Inside I paint all with black, I obtain an artificial shadow perfect for don't see nothing in the interior.



Aaaaahhh! my Tamiya models... some kind of details never will change it... , I add tho plasticard cheet to cover this horrible empty.



I don't like to change the handles, but it needs clean a lot, is easier to replace its.





I detail the front with thin (0.13mm) plasticard and bolts, the welding are make with putty and texturized with X-Acto blade and the plastic welding with a small soldering iron tool:





Soon More,

Thanks for read my poor english and to see my model.

Best Regards
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