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Sherman Firefly by Dragon

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The Dragon Sherman Firefly was built straight from the box with the addition of extra stowage.
Simulated chicken wire was added to the hull sides and turret for the attachment of foliage.
The model was hand brush painted in a dark olive acrylic craft paint, washed in black,drybrushed and weathered with pastels.
Markings came from a Canadian decal set supplied by IPMS Canada, and the foliage is lichen.
The building is styrofoam sheet,window was scratched from clear plastic stock and coloured with colouring felt tipped markers, rubble is real concrete and the tree is a root from the backyard.
The crucifix on the wall is a piece of jewllry.


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