I tried to wound the belt caterpillar. Since the pitch is not wide as T-34 series, the curve of each track doesn’t appear very much. It will be hard to have the slack in the center, between the upper side rollers.
Ordinary people do not understand at all the difference that an enthusiast is excited about. So I think the belt is no problem, but try using one of the Vision track set I have three stocks.
The box side of this kit is small like snacks bonus. I was surprised that there were few parts when I opened out. It does not mean I disparage it.
My sub-notebook computer that has been used about seven years was broken, I bought a new one. The CPU is from Celeron Dual-Core to Intel Core i7 and SSD, it’s very comfortable. Maybe it became fast as 20 times. My wife is the main user so I hope she is gratified. Thanks to the workers of shop and delivery during the Golden Week.
Imperial Japanese Army Tank camouflage color set of Creos was very handy. I could paint the camouflage with the minimum exertion. I confirmed the color to paint on each cap, in case I run out of some of them, next time I challenge to make a color mixing. I’m sure it’s user-friendly to sell the set colors separately, I would like to request it strongly to Mr.Hobby Creos.
The front, back, left and right of the chassis I tried to reproduce the caked mud mixed with pastel and matte medium. I quit rubbing the mud in the caterpillar because I thought it was too much weathering for single item display.
Maybe I could paint the camouflage pattern proficiently with good three-color balance. I wonder there is no yellow band on the camouflage at the late of the Greater East Asia War. But distinctive color shade makes the atmosphere of the Imperial Japanese tank.
The Imperial Army Tank HOI was completed. These days I was a little lazy in a renewal.
Since it was quite an old movie, I saw the Japanese title name is “TIME JUMPER” a Russian movie. The Russian original title is “My iz budushchego”, translation is “having come from the future”, maybe. The content is a time travel science-fiction movie. I thought it’s the movie of time hopping between present and past and future many times but it’s different entirely. It’s 90% war and 10% SF.
There is the propaganda message of patriotism, but it’s fascinating contents. I would like to recommend it for a war movie fan. Russian movies are not introduced in Japan so much, but I’d like to see variously more.
It took more than 5 years from development to mass production. Because The Greater East Asian War started on the way and resources were assigned to the development of the airplane and battleship, the higher priority items. Even I said that mass production in 1944, only 30 cars were made.
I think a caterpillar of the vision is contributing to a rise of the details. When you can thrust at slack with a belt, I’m worried whether it can’t be cut with the way, but there is no such worry, it’s also good on the mental health.
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.