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StuH42 Draogn 1/35

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Here are a few images of a recently completed model of the Dragon/Cyber Hobby Sturmhaubitze 42

 

A bit of aftermarket has been thrown on this. Voyager fenders and details, Armourscale barrel and mantle, PanzerArt burnt road wheels, ModelKasten clamps and Fruil metal tracks. Model was painted with Tamiya Acrylics, weathered with oils, enamels, and pigments.

 

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stuh_01.jpg

 

Additional images can be found here: StuH 42

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Outstanding build...love the weathering!

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Love all the little details.

 

Chris G. :Smile_sceptic:

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WoW!

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Very excellent piece of work on your Stug! Got this one in my stash but it hasn't made it's way to the top of the build pile yet : )

 

Again, an inspiring effort ! Like it a lot.

 

Cheers,

Mark

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That rocks!

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Oh my I think my heart just skipped a beat when I saw this it looks real.

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Great job - thanks for sharing!

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Throw in a background and you couldn't tell that it was a 1/1 example. Impressive weathering. Everything's in scale and looks very well executed. I'm especially impressed with the rusted tracks flanking the turret. I've thought about working on a tank and WISH I could do something like this.

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Amazing work! I could swear this was a real one. Your stowage is especially impressive, as well as the spare tracks on the side. You are truly a Master.

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