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Tamiya 1/35 SU122
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PostPosted: October 16th, 2017, 7:42 pm 
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Another golden oldie from Tamiya. I used this to practice my weathering especially rusting.

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Painted with Tamiya Field grey and highlighted with the addition of white and buff.
Weathered with Winsor & Newton oil paints and Ammo for Mig pigments.

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Tamiya 1/35 SU122
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PostPosted: October 16th, 2017, 11:22 pm 
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Excellent! Looks like the one at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, after is was left out for fifty+ years!

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Don't think you need to practice any more.....

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Another stunner from you, Paddy, really top painting and weathering. These old Tamiya kits can look the business when they are painted proper, like :grin:

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:shock: Practice?!!!!!!! .....that's Harley Street!
You, Sir, are a Consultant where weathering is concerned.

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Nice work on a venerable Tamiya kit. That rust and wear and tear looks amazing.

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That's really great. I love the heavy worn look. A real veteran.


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Very nice work.

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That is some exceptional weathering work. Top build.

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We have a winner. Excellent

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