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M24

August 6 2012 at 4:17 PM
Sean Bartosik  (Login Samba13)
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Here is my take on the old Hasegawa kit of the M24. Finally completed after six months in the making...lol. Many hours spend on fixing the kits shortcomings and my firs attempt at doing a winter camo. The tracks are from old ESCI PzIV and the figure is from Calibre72.

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All comments are welcome.

 
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Albert Chen
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no kidding

August 6 2012, 11:03 PM 

M24 Chaffee is now such a popular subject. I like the winter white wash alot. You added a lot of details to this. Congradulations!

 
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Danl Dunbar
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Re: M24

August 7 2012, 2:01 AM 

Very cool.

 
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Alfred van Netburg
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Hase

August 7 2012, 2:32 AM 

Another good example that a lot of fun and good work can be done on old kits, especially if they are basicly good.
I hope the finish on this one gave you a lot of satisfaction, it realy looks up to date now and the snow cammou looks great. love the figure too !

alfred

 
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Danl Dunbar
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Re: Hase

August 7 2012, 3:00 AM 

yes, I agree, if the basic shape of the kit is right everything else can be added.

 
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Saarela Mikko
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Very nice! Hobbymaster M24...

August 7 2012, 7:35 AM 

...has pretty good tracks too.

 
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