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Wednesday, 2 June 2021

JAPANESE TYPE 94 37mm ANTI-TANK GUN - Part 2

My scratch built Type 94 Anti-tank gun completed.

Part 1 can be view here: JAPANESE TYPE 94 37mm ANTI-TANK GUN - Part 1

The Junior Leader has spotted a target for the gun.
Scratch built gun and modified crew.


This crew member is fixed permanently on the base.

The base colour of the gun is Vallejo Model colour Russian Uniform. 


3 crew members have magnets on the sole of their feet and can be secured to the base of the gun as its base is made of metal sheeting. 


 
Cheers John 

17 comments:

  1. That looks even better painted and based John. Keep up the good work!

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    1. Thanks Steve for the encouragement
      cheers John

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  2. Masterclass in scratch building once again John and a lovely choice of colour with the Jap uniforms.

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  3. That looks awesome. Great build and paint job to create a really useful model for the Japanese forces.

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  4. Looking great John! The scratch build is most excellent and I quite like your take on Japanese Uniforms

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    1. Thank you Nick is used Vallejo Model colour Yellow Green for the uniform.
      cheers John

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  5. Crikey John! Smashing stuff there 😉
    Cheers
    Matt

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    1. Thank you Matt, nice family photo on FB
      cheers John

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  6. Amazing work as always, John. Great stuff.
    K

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  7. Lovely looking model John. can I ask what you colour recipe is for your Japanese? They are such a lovely colour!

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    1. Thanks Aaron for your comments, base colour for the uniform I used Vallejo Model colour Yellow Green, washed with Agraxearthshade and reestablished the base colour of Yellow Green avoiding the folds, the started highlighting by adding VMC Iquai sand and with each additional highlight increasing the portion of VMC Iquai sand, once I get around taking photos of my Japanese's Platoon I will post a more detail. just a hint to remember make the uniform more lighter as the vanish stage will make it darker.
      cheers John

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  8. Great colour-scheme & basing, John. Loving how this Japanese force is turning out...

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    1. Thank you Mark for your comments
      cheers John

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  9. Excellent work & some great poses for the crew. The Asian theatre is such an ecclectic mix of stuff. An early Japanese force is pretty much the same as a 45 force, so you certainly get lots of use out of these troops!

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