Hi, within the idea of taking advantage of the assembly of the T-34 (AFV Club full interior) in this configuration, we will try to explore a scene in wich a mechanical repair is about to be carried out, in an improvised field workshop. It take places during the Third Battle of Kharkov - February and march 1943.
Thanks for watching!
Very cool , nicely done !!
Looks really good and very realistic in how it’s set …
Beautiful work all around. The build, painting, and detailing are exceptional. You weathering is excellent.
Love the building especially
Wow. I want to call attention to the figures. Having a nice scene is made complete with really well done figures and I’m impressed by them.
Thank you very much people for the the good words!
Thank you, jpwaller.
I will try to do something about this. The engine rear plate has to be also very reworked because it lacks the openings for the engine exhaust outlets. I don’t have the hability to do it properly so I have to find another way out.
A lot of excellent detail!
Thank you, PolishBrigade12!
Hi, with some small improvements added to work.
Thanks a lot!
Excellent interior work, bravo!
How was the AFV club T-34 to build? It has come out lovely as others have said. I’ve been thinking about doing T-34 through the years and notice they have this kit and the factory 112 kit…
Hi Phil! The kit is very good and the interior is very well detailed. You just only need to pay a little attention and test the joints of both parts of the hull as the engine and other components can interfere if they are not well adjusted. The vinyl tracks that came with the kit I assembled unfortunately came bent and were unable to be used. I put a set from Dragon (DML) as a replacement. An improvement that could have been made concerns the ammunition and its housing for the main armament stored in the interior walls whose detailing is somewhat poor. Unfortunately I didn’t have the means to correct this.
But, it is a kit worth putting together.