I drew it in 3D. Good help at work. Everything is visible and it is possible to make changes in safe mode without making mistakes in working with plastic. The drawings are imperfect, the side and front views do not converge with each other. I had to improvise...
The basis of the model - a new set of Zvezda T-34/76 The rest is handmade. The gun will be drawn in 3D and printed. It is much faster and better.
The complex form is that I am blind from tamiya putty.
So far, so good.
Last Edit: Oct 1, 2019 4:23:35 GMT -5 by S e r z h
Post by S e r z h on Sept 16, 2019 23:49:37 GMT -5
Not sure yet. But 3 options are possible. 1. Some high construction, reminiscent of the protection of the sight like the Su-122. 2. Just a hatch with steel doors, like the Su-85 3. Here is such a design. There is one big minus. An empty tower will be visible through the hole...
Post by Steve Zuleski on Sept 23, 2019 10:10:56 GMT -5
Looks good so far! You'd never know it wasn't plastic when you're done.
I remember doing a paper tank, MkIV, if I remember correctly, back in the late 70's. Can't remember where the instructions came from and I only got as far as the hull and turret, but it was a fun project. Of course it's gone into the abyss, but it sure interesting to build.
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sturmbird - i think the problem is that all sets are slightly different in geometry. It is not possible to place this part on a dragon or academy. Need to cut ... And to make several options for different sets is probably unprofitable.