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Mark IV male “Hyacinth”, Tamiya 1/35

October 21, 2017 in Armor

I tried to build some technique. I chose an icon in the world of tanks.

Mark IV male.

Building purely out of the box, complemented by some little things I found at home. Gypsum casting washer + wood plank, barbed wire is made of etched set from Eduard.

Unfortunately, I do not have more photos.

Perhaps you will like the model

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9 responses to Mark IV male “Hyacinth”, Tamiya 1/35

  1. Tomas, I love this, I have a couple of the ancient and tiny Airfix versions in my gallery but your’s is way better ,you have done a fantastic job ,well done.
    N.

  2. Nicely done….great detail & weathering.

  3. Fabulous work. Really takes you there!

  4. I bought this kit when it came out but it is still in my stash. I hope it turns out like yours! Superb.

  5. Tomas, I don’t build armor but I really enjoy a good tank, and good modeling, and that’s what we have here. nicely done !

  6. Very nice dio! The weathering is spot on, really matches it to the base.

  7. It’s rare to see WW1 armor dioramas in 1:35 and you did an excellent one.

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