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RFM T-34/122

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Matt built this kit almost out of the box, only adding an RB model metal gun barrel and self made front lights lenses because the kit does not include any clear parts. Matt used the figures from Tamiya's T-55 Enigma.
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About the Author

About Matt Szefer (MattSz)
FROM: CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES

My name is Matt Szefer. I'm doing scale models from six years. Most of them is WWII millitary vehicles in 1:35 scale.


Comments

Tons of possibilities for camo. I weathered my scratch built T34/122 to show a burnt deep desert light brown with hints of darker brown camo swirls...showing a heavily desert 'sun burned' scheme. Since I have the kit now, I think I will attempt your scheme for yet another future build. For your version: very nice weathering and detailing. Well done indeed!
FEB 12, 2019 - 03:02 AM
Looks great Matt! Love the camo, works very well with the base's colour to both stand out and blend in, really nice!
FEB 12, 2019 - 07:04 AM
The colors, weathering, groundwork, even the shape of the base all look great! How/what did you use for the backdrop behind the tank? Also, what's that flat metal plate that sticks out on the lower right side of the turret?
FEB 12, 2019 - 09:13 AM
Fantastic work! The weathering is perfect IMO showing how the sun would have faded the paint and being a tank from WW2 the chassis would probably have been through quite a lot. Very, very nice.
FEB 17, 2019 - 02:58 PM