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T-34-85 / "RUDY 102"

The model inspired by a tank from the series "Czterej Pancerni i Pies" / "Panssaripartio"

Full gallery of model and stages of construction
www.facebook.com/pg/Melnikov1944/photos/?tab=album&album_id=497202050809464

Kommentit

Mitä ihmettä? 1/72-skaala!? Minä luulin tuota ensin 1/35-skaalan malliksi. Todella hienoa jälkeä työn jäljen ja maalauksen puitteissa. Miten sait telat roikkumaan tuolla tavalla?
Panu Pernu kirjoitti:
Mitä ihmettä? 1/72-skaala!? Minä luulin tuota ensin 1/35-skaalan malliksi. Todella hienoa jälkeä työn jäljen ja maalauksen puitteissa. Miten sait telat roikkumaan tuolla tavalla?
Hi.

Maybe you'll find the answer here:
www.facebook.com/pg/Melnikov1944/photos/?tab=album&album_id=497202050809464

I hope I can show my models on Armour Challenge, but corona issue brakes all plans ;/
This is amazing quality in such small scale. Accurate modeling and impressive weathering. How did you manage to make tracks hanging like they do?
Panu Pernu kirjoitti:
This is amazing quality in such small scale. Accurate modeling and impressive weathering. How did you manage to make tracks hanging like they do?
These are photo etched tracks. Easy to bend ;-) Manufacturer of these tracks is PART.
Panu Pernu kirjoitti:
This is amazing quality in such small scale. Accurate modeling and impressive weathering. How did you manage to make tracks hanging like they do?
Hmmm.. I just found some solution how to keep rubber tracks in correct shape. But this is only an idea, never tested :-P So, You can stick some hard, but flexible metal wire on the inner side of the tracks and bend. This metal wire should keep 'wavy' shape of the tracks. ;-)
Very nice! Nostalgic, too, since I used to watch that TV-show all the time when I was a kid.