T-60 or Stuart? What is the question!

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  1. kampfflieger

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    After weeks of hard work M7B1 Priest ready.

    Now I'm making plans about new model - T-60 soviet light tank, or Stuart M5A1. At the same time I'm going to write article about modelling this one at Rhinoceros. Article will be in Russian and (may be) in English.

    Please, leave your comments what tank do you want to see.
  2. kampfflieger

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    After weeks of hard work M7B1 Priest ready.

    Now I'm making plans about new model - T-60 soviet light tank, or Stuart M5A1. At the same time I'm going to write article about modelling this one at Rhinoceros. Article will be in Russian and (may be) in English.

    Please, leave your comments what tank do you want to see.
  3. Jim Krauzlis

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    For me, clearly, the T-60!:grin:

    Thank you, Roman, for your work on the M7 Priest! I do appreciate it!

    I would love to see more Soviet tanks in 1/72 scale, so the T-60 would be my vote between the two...although the Stuart would be nice too...frankly, I hope you plan on eventually doing both.:grin: Then, perhaps, the T-72 and/or T-80? I would love to see how you tackle the rounded turrets on the Soviet tanks, which, in my very limited view, is a very distinctive feature of their tanks.

    Actually, looking forward to whatever you design next!

    Cheers!
    Jim
  4. Jim Krauzlis

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    For me, clearly, the T-60!:grin:

    Thank you, Roman, for your work on the M7 Priest! I do appreciate it!

    I would love to see more Soviet tanks in 1/72 scale, so the T-60 would be my vote between the two...although the Stuart would be nice too...frankly, I hope you plan on eventually doing both.:grin: Then, perhaps, the T-72 and/or T-80? I would love to see how you tackle the rounded turrets on the Soviet tanks, which, in my very limited view, is a very distinctive feature of their tanks.

    Actually, looking forward to whatever you design next!

    Cheers!
    Jim
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    If you're going to do a Russian light tank why not a T-40 - there are no models of this around.

    Regards,

    Charlie
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    If you're going to do a Russian light tank why not a T-40 - there are no models of this around.

    Regards,

    Charlie
  7. kampfflieger

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    Jim, yesterday I have found plans of T-62 - first Soviet tank with rounded turret. This one will be one of the next models.

    Charlie, I'll make T-40, but later:)
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    Jim, yesterday I have found plans of T-62 - first Soviet tank with rounded turret. This one will be one of the next models.

    Charlie, I'll make T-40, but later:)
  9. Jim Krauzlis

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    Hi, Roman!

    Cool, I look forward to seeing this one....

    Just curious, I thought the T-55 was the first with a rounded turret, but I admit being fairly ignorant of most things AFV!

    Cheers!
    Jim
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    Hi, Roman!

    Cool, I look forward to seeing this one....

    Just curious, I thought the T-55 was the first with a rounded turret, but I admit being fairly ignorant of most things AFV!

    Cheers!
    Jim
  11. RyanShort1

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    I'm for the Stuart!

    BTW. when and where will the M7 Priest be available? I want to build it.

    Ryan
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    I'm for the Stuart!

    BTW. when and where will the M7 Priest be available? I want to build it.

    Ryan
  13. kampfflieger

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    T-55 has a flat roof. T-62 has a solid one-piece molded turret.
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    T-55 has a flat roof. T-62 has a solid one-piece molded turret.
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    Thanks, Roman...now that you mention the difference, I see it.:oops:

    Cheers!
    Jim
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    Thanks, Roman...now that you mention the difference, I see it.:oops:

    Cheers!
    Jim
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    Well, I decided to put my money where my mouth was. The M7 looks good, and I decided that for the transaction I would add the Tetrarch and the Yak-12.
    Actually they all look good! Will have to see what they're like when built!

    Ryan
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    Well, I decided to put my money where my mouth was. The M7 looks good, and I decided that for the transaction I would add the Tetrarch and the Yak-12.
    Actually they all look good! Will have to see what they're like when built!

    Ryan