Military scale modelling
Very nice work, could you just tell in what scale this is
Hello Danny!Thanks for the comment. This is Tamiya's 1/35th scale model straight out of the box except some rivets that I made with a punch and die set(eventhough I'm not a rivet counter, I like these because you can use some washes arround them and give more depth to a model). The pig tail above the 75 mm gun is made out of brass and the weld seam on the turret is made with some putty. I will try in the future to post more step by step pictures of the next projects to make them more interesting!
Very nice model!, I like the paint and Very good and realistic the terrain!regards from Argentina
THX for the comment! The terrain was made with wall paste mixed with sand, a bit of water, little rocks, acrylic paint and Mig pigments. Once dried, I applied oil washes and drybrushed it. I then drilled a lot of little holes in it in order to fix real natural dried plants (the yellowish ones), painted plumber's tow (the green ones) and Joefix studio's products (the small bushes) with white glue. The only disadvantage of using real dried plants is that they loose there color and become yellow. Next time I'll soak them in water and glue before painting them with acrylics once dried.