T-70M EARLY TYPE SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35

It is a kit purchased from Poland hobby shop pretty long ago by individual imports. I made it in March 2009.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 BOX PACKAGEThis kit is from Ukraine the name of the company is Mini Art. As many as five Winter coat Russian tank figures are attached.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 MAKINGStrong curves on these parts from the first. I am becoming doubt to finish it up.
(2009/03/18)

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 MAKINGThe plastic material was soft and I can adjust them easily though there are many distortions. Recovery is easy.
(2009/03/20)

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 MAKINGI am surprised that the small number of parts in this kit, the same size as Stuart but very simple structure.
(2009/03/21)

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 MAKINGPhoto from the rear.
(2009/03/21)

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 MAKINGHeadlights are clear parts.
(2009/03/21)

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 PAINTINGBasic paint in green. I’ll paint in white so not so serious about the condition at the moment.
(2009/03/21)

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 PAINTINGI chose one figure from the attachment. A Russian tank soldier who wore the heavy winter clothing. Since the hatch is large, the figure that puts on the heavy winter clothing is neatly installed.
(2009/03/22)

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 PAINTINGWinter camouflage, I lightly blew white.
(2009/03/26)

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOT-70 light tank was completed. This tank is one process of the flow from T-30, T-50, T-60 and the Soviet army light tank have been improved like this. Only a front armor was strength equal with T-34.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOT-70 began to appear around the summer of 1942 and supplemented the corner of the front on a bad circumstance. The vehicle was made a camouflage in winter since the figure of the attachment was winter specification.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOWhen it became a good accent, the red decal did the desired choice to the white ground. However, maybe it’s a qualitative problem I tried to stick by a decal fit, but it did not go well. After all, I drew the number with my brush.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe body is simple even if I see from the front and from the back.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOSince I draw eyes too large every time, but this one is too small. It’s not a powerful expression as solder. I think that molding of the prototype is very good. I added the shoulder strap from a plastic small plate.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI could not fix the figure looking at forward because the hatch is too large.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOAfter splaying the mat white to the groundwork of the dark green, I painted with my brush irregularly on purpose. It is a setting that a real situation also painted with their brush.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI changed the chipping color in some places dark green and the other in black.

T-70 SOVIET LIGHT TANK MINIART 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe AFV of Mini Art is recommended for easy assemble comparatively to other Eastern European kits though I made this company’s one for the first time. The instruction manual is all colored.
(2009/04/03)

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