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WE’VE BEEN CATCHING UP ON the multi-award winning TV series Band of Brothers recently, so the newly-released Tamiya 1:35 scale M4A3E8 Sherman tank is particularly interesting. SMN report: The US M4 Sherman tank was one of the great Allied weapons of World War II, manufactured and deployed in huge numbers, and with many variants during its active service. One such variant was the M4A3E8 ‘Easy Eight’ (Tamiya model below) which had the benefit of various design improvements incorporated as a…
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Charlie's trip continues with his galleys of the Shizuoka Hobby Show 2017 - Tank, Military and AFV dioramas
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How to paint, weather, and add realistic mud to your armor models.
Tamiya 1/35 U.s. M113a2 Armored Personnel Carrier Desert Version Model Kit Details: Brand: Tamiya Condition: Brand new Weight: 650g
So mud is one of the basic issues that every armor modeller will encounter. Any model tank, halftrack or jeep will need mud deposits if it's not meant to look pristine and factory fresh. I've seen a lot of different model makers offer their solutions to how to realistically model mud. Some involve expensive plasters, texturizers, esoteric stuff that you have to order from online specialists or visit your local hobby shop for. Some techniques take ages, are really complicated, and way too…
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