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Gary Stevenson
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Dragon 1/35 U.S. Army M3 Half trackNW Europe 1945

February 7, 2017 · in Uncategorized · · 9 Comments

Dragons - another complex but rewarding build which had after-market thrown at it in the shape of bags & boxes etc. to 'busy' it up a bit.
I love the look of these pugnacious beasts!

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9 responses

  1. Hi Gary,
    It looks the way it should look: "Battle worn"
    I take it for granted, that it is 1/35 scale.
    Regards, Dirk

  2. Nicest set of armor detail and weather wise. The tones and shades of the OD on each piece. The worn look of the seats on the M3, attention to detail. Well done. Looking forward to more of your armor tanks and soft skins. Thanks for sharing/

  3. Very nice attention to detail and realistic weathering.

  4. Real nice! The halftrack does have certain look to it. Got a Bandai 1/48 M-13 I got to get to.

  5. I live in hope that Tamiya will do a 48th, with the quad 50 mount. You'd see them spotted around the forward airfields.
    When I was in high school, I saw a half track being used on a construction site, painted red. Still going strong.
    This has that "lived in" look to it.

  6. Very cool, Gary. Another good looking build and weathered finish. Very realistic.
    Is it just me, but when I see these steel beast of military hardware, I can't help but think of cruising down the freeway and using the 50s to signal my lane changes, and just think of the things you could move with that bumper. hmmmm Tons of Fun !

  7. Great! I especially like the way you weathered the front tires. It looks EXACTLY like I saw so many back in my Army days.

    PS - the rest is great, too!

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