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A very old Italeri model, 1/35 scale, built out of box, with some little added, like barrel net, to cover the inaccurate gun barrel shape.
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Craig Abrahamson said on January 23, 2018
Beautiful work, sir…..and welcome to iModeler.
S. Cubas said on February 5, 2018
Thank you very much Craig.
Robert Royes said on January 23, 2018
Real nice Sherman!!!
Jeff Bailey said on January 24, 2018
Nice Sherman! You’ve done a great job with the painting & weathering. I especially like that you left the Loader’s and the Tank Commander’s hatches open so you can see the turret ring (painted white like the rest of the insides) through those open hatches! That’s a view we old tankers like myself & Louis Gardner (@lgardner ) used to see a LOT.
PS – It seems so obvious to some, I’m sure, but does anyone NOT know why so many tanks are painted white or other light colors inside? It is easier to see inside the tank even when the lights are turned off, since the lights themselves aren’t very bright – and there are only 3 or 4 of them, depending on the tank. When it’s dark outside and the lights are off it gets DARK in there and every piece of equipment inside attacks your feet to try and trip you or bash your head on something sharp and/or square-cornered! Ha!!
Thank you very much again Jeff.
Michel Verschuere said on January 24, 2018
Very nice build, I like the fact you found the inaccuracy and “wiped” it under the cover in this way! Nice weathering too! Kudos
Thanks a lot Michel
George Williams said on January 24, 2018
Shermans usually look good and this one is no exception, a nice piece of armour.
Yes, always looks good 🙂
Thanks for look George
John Healy said on January 24, 2018
Nice job! My son built that kit when he was a teenager. Nice model.
Thanks for look John
Bruce Scott said on January 24, 2018
Old kit or not, she’s a beauty!
Yes she is!
Thanks for look Bruce
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