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Ammo-Mig, T-54b, 1/72

Hi Everyone, Here is my Ammo-mig, 1/72, T-54b. This is quiet a new kit and since the T-54/55 tanks family are my most favored tanks of all time, I decided to build one. I got into this project with some concerns, because I've never built a 1/72[...]

Miniart T 54-1 , 1/35 Nice demanding…

Miniart T-54-1 1/35.   Nice, demanding set with a lot of thin and fragile parts. I replaced the factory's 500 millimeter track with the later 580 millimeter because I think it is better. I plan to build a smaller base later. Pictures are made in[...]

Miniart 1/35 T-54B Early Production – Build Review, Part 3

As with the rest of this kit, this is a very intricate assembly with lots of parts. What you end up with, however, is an articulating suspension, which makes it ideal for dioramas. As mentioned before, you have the choice between two differen[...]

Miniart 1/35 T-54B Early Production – Build Review, Part 2

After we took a look at what’s in the box it is time to start building. But before you dive into the maze of sprues, I would suggest some preparatory work: - Take your Tamiya Tape and stick some of it to every sprue, labeling it with the accord[...]

Miniart 1/35 T-54B Early Production – Build Review, Part 1

If you have been an armor modeler for some time, you might have gotten used to certain givens – an abundance of German subjects, a certain lack of soft-skin vehicles, or an ever increasing amount of parts in the box. At least that’s how it use[...]