JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 BOX PACKAGE It’s a Miniart Imperial Japanese Army tank soldier set. There are 5 figures in total.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 MAKING The parts and parts number making manual.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 MAKING The head of the kit has various expressions. The left and center are pretty good. But this time I decided to use a resin head which is sold separately.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 MAKING I tried to replace it with a resin head by force, but the mold of the tank cap was not removed well, so it was not suitable. Hahaha, ah… I will try to paint it to the last.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 MAKINGThis is the pose probably from the hatch of the turret. I think I can use it for Japanese tanks.
(2020/03/09)

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 PAINTING JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 PAINTING The other figures were successfully replaced with resin heads. The wrinkles on the uniform are also natural. I think they are cool guys.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 PAINTINGI tried blowing the white surfacer after completing the assembly. It’s still gray. As expected, I need a tank because there are figures with unnatural poses unless I combine them with AFVs.
(2020/03/11)

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 PAINTING Now I’m painting the figure. The uniform is painted in Vallejo middle stone. There is also a color of Vallejo called WWII Japanese soldier uniform. I think the middle stone would be a better match this time.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 PAINTING This is a tank crew with the Japanese flag wrapped around his body.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 PAINTING JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 PAINTINGThis tank crew set all wore white gloves. The skin color was only on the face. I forgot to paint the arm of the soldier sitting cross-legged.

Compared with other countries in the world, the number of infected people in Tokyo is extremely low. I’m afraid it’s completely covered up. No matter how much they control information, no one believes in it. To be honest, at this stage, news about Tokyo is as unreliable as news from C Country.
(2020/03/14)

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK Five figures of the Imperial Japanese Army tank soldiers have been completed. Except for the figure with a military sword in one hand, they look like work clothes. I wonder it’s better to draw a rank badge? It’s too small and difficult to draw, so I’ll pass this time.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK The flag was written many messages on the Japanese flag wishing for military fortune and survival. This is the tank soldier who wrapped this flag around his body.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK The tank cap of the Imperial Japanese Army is strong enough to protect the head in the tank, and it doesn’t have high bulletproof performance.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK All five of them look like wearing thin fabric uniforms. I think the figure for the southern battle line or summer season is more suitable.

JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORK JAPANESE TANK CREW MINIART 1/35 FINISHED WORKI compared the size with the 100 yen coin and the Japanese Army tank soldier. I will make a Japanese tank in my stock for these tank soldiers.
(2020/03/17)

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