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S-Model 1/72 T-35A

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Completed this build not so long ago. A really nice kit, though the plastic is rather brittle and I had to use a razor saw to remove the more delicate parts from the sprue.

Painted using Vallejo Air Russian Green. It is a lighter shade than Model Air which adds a bit of variation. I used the airbrush on this build, an increasingly common occurrence for me now. Faded panels using a lighter shade of the 4BO and then got stuck into weathering using filters, washes and dot oil filters. Mig powders were used throughout as well.

The figure is from Preiser and was added after the main pics had been taken as I thought having a figure on the base really showed just how big the T-35A was.

Pics are taken by my iphone at the clubhouse.







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