I have a set of 3D printed modern Ukrainian tank crew.
Some are wearing one-piece coveralls; others a combination
of jacket, trousers and round-neck t-shirts.
I was under the impression that the normal clothing would be
the black coverall, but would the jacket/trousers be equally
Paul, I think as it stands and just looking at a handful of different images regarding the uniform, it’s pretty much a free for all and they wear what they can get hold … I reckon artistic licence is the way to go… don’t get bogged down on one type …
Yes, this makes sense.
I’m working on a 1/72-scale Russian tank, captured by the Ukrainians.
The figures will be a mix of 3D printed items from FC Model Trend, and
converted ones from Revell.
Incidentally, are you planning to go to the Yeovil Show next month?
I’ve booked tables for my display, and would love to catch up with
you if you’re going. If so, come and say ‘hello’ … I’ll be in the Dome.
Yeah, it’s pretty much whatever they have in terms of clothing.
I doubt rubber overboots are approved for tanker wear.
Quite … the trousers worn by the figure holding the can
look remarkably like British Army desert camos.
Yup; desert DPM trousers.
Yes, they were given tons of surplus old desert kit that would never of been used again … also lots of Mk6 / 7 helmets etc
I didnt realise that the date was the 22nd, which ties in with me having to go to Hants, so it looks like I should be able to drop in for it
Great … hope to see you there.