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Valentine Mk III - Red Army – British Lend & Lease

Kit / Model  

Valentine Mk III

Manufacturer  

Dragon

Item Code  

9024

Scale  

1/35

Description  

This is a Dragon, 1/35 scale RED ARMY – Lend & Lease British VALENTINE Mk III, with PE Detail set, metal workable track links and machine gun and gun barrels added.

The model was airbrushed painted with “Model Master” Russian Armour Green no. 2129 as a base, and then was airbrushed painted “Model Master” Dark Green no. 1710.

Weathering was done using filters, oils, pigment powder, and the dust effect was done with Earth color pigment, applied with very old brush.

Wood logs provided by Mother Nature !!!

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by: Patricio Delfosse (PatricioDelfosse) on 2007-10-18 - 21:58

Very nice Valentine. I like the metallic effect in the tools. May be a liittle more rust