"EMCHA"Red Army Sherman

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"EMCHA"Red Army Sherman

Joined: July 3rd, 2006, 2:36 pm

February 6th, 2012, 5:00 pm #1

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















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Joined: August 7th, 2006, 8:19 pm

February 6th, 2012, 5:33 pm #2

Congratulations on a beautiful peace of modelling work Takayuki san. I especially like the running gear and tracks. The figures are a nice addition too, quite a story behind them.

Radek
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Joined: April 18th, 2005, 5:18 pm

February 6th, 2012, 7:17 pm #3

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















Your model is excellent, Takayuki! I especially like the weathering, and the figures.

Congratulations!





Hervé "Charby" Charbonneau
Chicoutimi QC
Canada

You should never underestimate the predictability of stupidity. (Bullet Tooth Tony)
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Joined: November 2nd, 2011, 9:58 pm

February 6th, 2012, 7:49 pm #4

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















Tremendous effort, really like your figure painting style.
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Joined: April 29th, 2005, 4:37 pm

February 6th, 2012, 9:13 pm #5

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















Fantastic work Takayuki!!
I find Shermans quite boring ... too many of the same, but this one really stands among anything else here. The figures and colourful stowage really stand out, add so much life and makes your whole work very memorable. Beautiful painting on the figures!!

Frank Glackin
IPMS Stockholm
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Joined: October 3rd, 2011, 8:46 am

February 6th, 2012, 10:19 pm #6

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















The bottles look very nice, how did you go about to create them?
Would love to see how the interior turned out as well.

//Andreas

http://modelhobby.eu
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Joined: November 20th, 2004, 12:44 am

February 6th, 2012, 11:54 pm #7

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















tremendous finished work Takayuki. Well done

Pat McGrath
Work to become not to acquire
Last edited by Parkadge1 on February 6th, 2012, 11:54 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Joined: October 13th, 2005, 7:45 am

February 7th, 2012, 6:43 am #8

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















Realy realy nice...
Great build and finish,the weathering is excellent as are the figures.
What sets it apart are all the little "trinkets" which add colour and interest to the subject..

Very well done indeed.

Regards,
Ray Blythe.
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Joined: December 21st, 2007, 2:36 pm

February 7th, 2012, 7:19 am #9

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















The tank looks great with the crewmen and all the stuff on the engine deck!
http://juy-modelling.blogspot.com
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Joined: September 17th, 2007, 3:45 am

February 7th, 2012, 8:08 am #10

"Red Army Sherman" is made by combination of parts of Tasca.
I made M4A2 (76) W, That Red Army Sherman was in the market in the past, this time I made this with excellent parts of Tasca and aftermarket parts.
Uses the chassis of M4A2 of Tasca, Hull was to use M4A3E8.
The rear plate has changed the angle to fit the chassis.
Deflector is self-made.

Turret from M4A3E8 of Tasca.
Bighub wheels is The FORMATIONS.
And TWS, Friulmodel, aber,etc...

Figure is Stalingrad.

Although this work is a stand-alone style, in order to give the atmosphere of Berlin in 1945, was placed a lot of accessories.

The Oliver Publishing Group "COMRADE EMCHA" became many help.

Hope you like it.
Comments welcome.

Takayuki Kawase















...but I am tipping my hat to you sir. Beautiful work!

matt
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