JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 BUILD AND PAINTING TO FINISH

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 MAKINGI finally realized after the assembly of the Type 61 tank, but I thought there were about 3 figures in the tank kit, but it didn’t include them. I have a kit of Finemolds Type 60 Self-propelled 106 mm Recoilless Gun and it includes two figures.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 MAKINGIt doesn’t have so I bought it in a hurry. This kit figure is the same as a figure in Type 60 Self-propelled 106 mm Recoilless Gun.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 MAKINGThere are 2 types of heads and the shape of the radio is different.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 MAKINGI thought the head of the injection kit was not so good mold and hard to paint, but this kit is good. They look like Japanese faces, and I like that they are seriously carrying out their duties.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 PAINTINGAfter cutting out all the parts together, I don’t know what part is. Poses may be different from the instruction. Two kinds of helmets are mixed.
(2021/02/07)

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 PAINTINGThis time, I painted the face with fresh first and painted Masking Sol. With this, I think I can paint the uniform pretty well even after I blow it with an airbrush.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 PAINTINGAll 4 of them were wearing type 65 work clothes, and I was wondering what color to paint. I’ve just run out of creo slacker 54 khaki green the other day. I ended up using khaki green number 54. After that, I painted the face, painted the detailed equipment boots… I forgot to attach wearing the goggles! I lost my decal while I was assembling a Type 61 tank, so my motivation is a little low. But there are still many processes.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 PAINTINGI painted the faces. I like the face of the leftmost tank soldier best. I think I’ll try to make it look like this. The other three had big eyes, so it might be better to make them narrower. But it’s so detailed that my eyes hurt.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKUmm, I didn’t paint it well overall this time. The mold of the face was not bad, but it was difficult for me to paint, or I didn’t have much concentration.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORK JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKI think khaki green is the color of the uniform like the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. It also matches well with a tank.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORK JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORK JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKIt feels like moving his waist quickly. It might be a little strange. The reason why the pose is different from the box picture is that I thought this figure could be put on a tank, so I tried the pose without a gun, but it didn’t fit in the end.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORK JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKThe neck is crooked, but it’s just a natural pose.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORK JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKSince it was tiresome to paint with a brush, I sprayed Mr. Creos color on the uniform this time. I thought I had done weathering and gloss adjustment, but I was wondering if it would taste better if I painted with a brush. I don’t know because it’s just a feeling. Next time I make a figure, I’ll paint it all with a brush.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKThis picture looks rather natural.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKIt’s like a scene during a drill. When I put a figure on a tank, I always look at the figure. But it is good that the tanks look lively.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKSome tank crews are looking in the wrong direction, but they are on full alert.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORKI took a picture with four crew members.

JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORK JGSDF TANK CREW 1965-1990s FINEMOLDS 1/35 FINISHED WORK
In any case, this Finemolds JGSDF tank crew is a figure of the 60s, so it is very valuable. The mold is not bad, so if I have another chance, I would like to concentrate on painting a little more.
(2021/02/12)

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