SU-100 Soviet Tank Destroyer Dragon 1/35

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTO AFV RUSSIA

Russian tank destroyer SU-100, built in March 2008.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 BOX PACKAGEIt is a SU-100 of the Soviet army. I intend to attach some tank desant soldiers that I had left while making T-34 before.
(2008/03/08)

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKINGI disassembled my dumbbell to get enough degree of adhesion of an upper and lower body.
(2008/03/08)

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKINGA huge gap between the back armor up and lower. The wire net in the back of the body is good-looking. There were no parts to fit with the photo-etched parts and I had to make many holes when I made T-34 before. This time, it was easy to attach to the armor.
(2008/03/09)

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKINGThe belt that stops the pulling wire is expressed by detailed photo-etched parts.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKINGSU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKINGThe photo-etched parts attached to the front are also high quality. A front fender is naturally damaged.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKINGThere was a belt of photo-etched parts, but it’s difficult to assemble and I use plate weight for fishing.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKINGI damaged the rear fender naturally.
(2008/03/23)

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKINGIt is not too plain an impression because there are a lot of parts on the simple shape body.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 MAKING INFANTRYThey are tank desant soldiers, which I made while assembled with T-34 before.
(2008/03/23)

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 PAINTINGI blew in dark green first. It seems to be the Soviet army tank.
(2008/03/26)

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 PAINTINGI pasted the decal. It is an easy job that only two red star decals. It will be completed after washing and pastel powdering.
(2008/03/27)

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOIt is a Soviet SU-100 tank destroyer. This 56 calibers 100mm antitank cannon was able to penetrate the front armor of the Tiger II. T-34 is the base of this body. It’s hard to take a complete picture because it’s a too-long barrel.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe casting expression of the armor shield is good quality.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI put two Soviet soldier figures that had been left from last summer.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI should have sliced the edge of the exhaust pipes more thinly.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOTwo tank desant is wearing winter wear. Compare to T-34, this tank has no turret, and the back of the tank is more comfortable?

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI mistook attaching the cupola direction. The direction of the hatch is different and the correct way is front and back, as I checked the other person’s completed models.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTO RUSSIAN INFANTRYI improved the reality of Soviet soldiers with Russian caps and the machine-gun with the drum magazine.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTO RUSSIAN INFANTRYI used high-quality resin heads with the Tamiya kit.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTO RUSSIAN INFANTRYThe place in which I left the paint without quickly wiping it off with washing has stained.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOAll hatches have shut by assumption in the combat. The vehicle of the Soviet Union is interesting in that every tank has equipped the saw.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI pasted a big red star, though I did not know this tank’s belonging.

SU-100 TANK DESTROYER DRAGON 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThis tank is a very powerful impression. I enjoyed the assembly and painting very much. Though it’s hard to find the storage space as the latter war AFV since the barrel is too long ….
(2008/04/04)

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