Theoretical Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype) battle for Mainland Japan

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Theoretical Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype) battle for Mainland Japan

Joined: September 23rd, 2008, 7:11 am

June 10th, 2015, 9:11 pm #1

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

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ANPW




















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Joined: April 8th, 2005, 11:51 am

June 10th, 2015, 9:58 pm #2

Superb, the finish/weathering is amazing
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Joined: April 7th, 2007, 12:52 am

June 10th, 2015, 10:40 pm #3

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

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ANPW



















Perfect weathering, so much eye candy; just the inspiration I need for my next build! Love the saki bottle; great touch!

Cheers, Tracy
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Joined: May 24th, 2005, 10:07 am

June 10th, 2015, 11:45 pm #4

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

Thanks for looking
ANPW



















I really like the effects, the point of the figuras give a nice touch, the details of the model how the use and the weathering shows a really good proyect, almost for me this is the best model of this year, and how always the amazing quality only founded by you.

Maybe for a next proyect, a more extreme weathering (style T55 afgan wars) but for that maybe you can need another model with more years of use.

cheers.
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Joined: March 5th, 2012, 6:31 am

June 11th, 2015, 12:14 am #5

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

Thanks for looking
ANPW



















Very interesting work!
I like see my figures in your hight-class work.
Can I publish this work in Gallery on Stalingrad site?
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Joined: April 23rd, 2013, 2:38 am

June 11th, 2015, 1:55 am #6

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

Thanks for looking
ANPW



















But I would not have wanted to drive it down narrow backcountry Japanese roads! You would need some good recovery vehicles for that adventure

Always fun to see your handly work!

Chris.
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Joined: November 2nd, 2010, 11:03 pm

June 11th, 2015, 9:45 am #7

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

Thanks for looking
ANPW



















Such a sheer pleasure drinking in all this talent !! Thanks for the inspiration to try and get better !
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Joined: February 13th, 2012, 9:14 am

June 11th, 2015, 12:04 pm #8

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

Thanks for looking
ANPW



















Excellent work!!! Very very nice.
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Joined: February 16th, 2008, 3:20 pm

June 11th, 2015, 1:20 pm #9

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

Thanks for looking
ANPW



















of course the trademark Wilder weathering combine to make this a very pleasing view in the morning.
J
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Joined: September 23rd, 2008, 7:11 am

June 11th, 2015, 2:08 pm #10

Today I finished pointing this Object 701 No. 6 (IS-4 Prototype). It’s a theoretical subject panted as it might have looked during the battle for Mainland Japan sometimes in late 1945 or early 46. I gave this model a faded chipped camo seen on some of the cold war Soviet armor. Some reference photos are included below.

Again I would like to thank Ivan Cocker for the awesome figures. I would also to think Chris Jerrett for his help with scanning and providing me with the reference photos.

The kit used is the Trumpeter IS-4 kit that I reworked and backdated to an Object 701 No. 6 using Evergreen sheet plastic, Aber PE and copper sheet. A gallery containing step-by-step photos of the full build can be found on my Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/WilderModelling

Thanks for looking
ANPW



















Thanks a lot for the comments everyone. It’s also nice to be posting on ML again. Just like old times.

Talk to you again soon.
ANPW
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