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Dennis Meyers
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Tamiya Stug III 1:35

July 8, 2018 · in Armor · · 19 · 3.2K

I finally finished up a kit that I've had in process for a while. It's a nice classic kit I dressed up with some Eduard PE and storage on the rear deck. I had a lot of fun adding the adding wear and tear and chipping on this one. I used chipping for the first time on the gas cans and oil drum.

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  1. Fantastic weathering and wear effects! Very nice!

  2. Very authentic and beautifully realised and presented. Great job, Dennis.

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    Looks good Dennis.

  4. Beautifully done Dennis love the collection of jerry cans and boxes on the back.

  5. Nice job! Realistic. Is this going on a diorama?

  6. Great result, Dennis. The stowage looks really effective.

  7. Stunning build and photos, Dennis...nice all around work.

  8. Yeah, what they said! 🙂 Really a nice build.

  9. I really like this Tank! This is a great and interesting build. You captured every detail perfectly especially the weathering and overall finish. The rust spots and chips are right on. Love all the supplies and equipment added and the excellent job on finishing these little extras.

  10. Excellent build with one color. The weathering, the chipping, the grunge, and the added details make this kit come alive. It's organic and not just plastic.

    Two thumbs up Dennis.

  11. The weathering and wear is completely realistic. That thing looks like it's been driven from El Alamein to the Mareth Line. Great work!

  12. Looks great and well worn.

  13. Very nice effort - looks fantastic.

  14. Dennis, This is really nice ! I'd like seeing this on a diorama. Well done !

  15. I like this build very much. Stugs have this sci-fi zeil over their looks, a bit like star wars equipment out of the 1930s.

  16. Damn, excellent work.

  17. This is an amazing Stug ! It looks fantastic ... well done my friend.

  18. Another amazing job, Dennis. This looks to be the best armor kit you’ve done. And that’s saying something because you have some great stuff.

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