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Sherman COCKY

June 13 2009 at 11:34 AM
Roman  (Login flateric1)
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Hallo

here my Sherman III. Is it an Tamiya Conversion
I hope, you like it

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Pat Clark
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Very Nice

June 13 2009, 10:48 PM 

Very nice finish and weathering. Looks great!

 
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Luciano Rodriguez
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Twin Cocky....

June 15 2009, 6:25 AM 

Roman,

Have you seen "the other" Cocky Michael Vlasak posted bellow some days ago?. If not, do not miss it and please take a look when you have time.

To me, it is always inetresting to see how two modellers make different apporaches to one same subject, which proves the subjetive side of this hobby becuase although your models look similar they are very different too. Common point is you both seem to be a bit shy when it comes to dusting up a desert vehicle in my humble opinion.

One more thing you can improve if you want is to paint stowage in different shades becasue that will make your finish more apealing. Please try it next time because you will sure not regret it, believe me.

What do you think?
Lu

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