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  1. This is Tamiya's 1/35th scale M10 Tank Destroyer as depicted in a late 1944 time-frame. It's open-topped, so you get a view into the turret and fighting compartment interior. I swapped the kit-provided rubber-block tracks for the later rubber-chevron tracks from Tamiya's M4 Sherman kit. Due to the open topped nature of the vehicle, it's built and painted in layers - lower hull interior, upper hull interior, turret halves, then the exterior. There are no driver's compartment components included in the kit (not that you could see them). I used Tamiya paints for the overall Olive Drab and interio
  2. Welcome to part 2. This is Tamiya's 1/35 Cromwell cruiser tank, part of the British units operating in Normandy in 1944. The basic paint scheme is a combo of Mr Color acrylic lacquers and Testor's Model Master enamels followed by black oil paint general and pinpoint washes, Reaper MSP tan, brown, and red-brown washes for the basic weathering, colored pencils for the paint chipping, scratches, and rust, and earth-tone chalk pastels for the final dust coats. Pretty much the same techniques as the KV-1b posted earlier. Qs and Cs welcomed. Glen
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