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these russian tanks looks fantastic! Congratulation!
I rather like the look of fresh vehicles with some light dirt instead of rusty chipped vehicles. Which Tamiya green did you use and and how did you achieve this dusty look? I really like it how they look! Awesome!
And could you please tell us how you painted and weathered the tracks? They look very good!
(Login Blazurgo) Missing-Lynx members 188.8.131.52
January 19 2012, 3:49 PM
This is the best depiction of WW2 Russian armor I've seen. Without exaggeration in the finish as lots of rust, excessive chipping, no visible 'color-modulation' or 'pre-shading', which for my eyes destroys the effect of scale. The headlight lens could have a bit of dust to give more balance to the set but, other than this minor detail, the models are just perfect, my hats off.
Could you please tell us what Tamiya mix or single color was used for the 4BO green on the Stalin 2?
This message has been edited by Blazurgo from IP address 184.108.40.206 on Jan 29, 2012 2:25 PM