ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART

There are pretty burrs and parting lines. In the case of figures, I don’t care so much because there are many parts to file and cut from the original.

They are tank soldier wearing a leather coat and tank soldier wearing blue working clothes.

There are pretty burrs and parting lines. In the case of figures, I don’t care so much because there are many parts to file and cut from the original.

This kit has many beards-growing heads.
(22-November-2018)

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART Tank soldiers wearing beige work clothes. Both of them seem to be relaxing with their sitting posture.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART Here I completed the assembling of 5 figures. I carved their hair and belt molds.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIARTI’m blowing the Creos surfacer.
(24-November-2018)

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART The head of the Master Box is not a special handsome, but I like the atmosphere of ordinary people.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART I’ll paint military uniforms at the beginning and draw the face and the last process is to adjust the whole.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIARTThe main battlefield of Italian tank soldiers was North Africa. Leather coats would be handy for preventing the sun in the desert and the cold in the night.
(26-November-2018)

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART I managed to finish the Italian tank crew. The Italian tank crew received leather coats in the early days of the war.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART Many tank crew in the work clothes can be seen. These three figures are wearing work clothes.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART

 

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART Pants with a red line are rare. Somehow it is like a WWI military uniform.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART The helmet prevents injuries by hitting with various corners of the tank inside, there is no bulletproof performance. By the way, I think the two rectangular boxes on the front body are pistol ammunition pouches.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART It is blue work clothes for a tank crew. There are many tank soldiers who have goggles. Since their main battlefield in North Africa, goggles are an indispensable item to prevent dust.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART This head with a mustache and chin beard. Sitting and relaxing tank crew in work clothes.

ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIART ITALIAN TANK CREW 1/35 MINIARTI have made the Italian tank crew since the attached one with a Tamiya kit. It seems interesting to match with the tankette currently making.
(28-November-2018)

I am interested in models of tanks, airplanes, ships, military figures, I build it little by little when I feel like it. I am also interested in the history of war. My starting is Tamiya’s Military Miniature series in the elementary school.
From elementary school through university students repeatedly suspend and restart my modeling, it’s about 25 years of this hobby’s history.
Born in February 1970, I live in Tokyo. From February 2007 I was quietly doing a site called “Miniature-Arcadia”. It is being transferred to this blog with the same name from December 2016. My update pace is uneven, but please come to see here occasionally.

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