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Cheers mate, I will add some mesh never thort of it lol....
That looks very cool. I think you have made something very special here. I like the way you are giving it a detailed interior area. Things like the lasguns and the stowage are very good.
You should try to maximise the 'authentic' look of it. What I mean is to add lots of little details and try to make them common things not exactly meant to be inside the tank. Things like a few bags of old clothes or equipment that perhaps the transported soldiers have been sitting on.
Other effects such as a few dents and scratches even some graphitti on the inside. Of course most of that can be done with the paint job.
I would also advise a few more rivets, nuts and bolts on the new plasticard areas that you have made. This will help to make it look like these new areas are a part of the tank and were always meant to be there once it is painted.
Again great job.
Fantastic, I really like it. You've made yourself something quite unique there, and done a very good job of it. I really like the way you have detailed the interior and given the ramp a bit of grip. You should go a little further however - put some floor-like texture on the base plate of the troop compartment and put lines of rivets along the wall to make it fit slightly better with the outside of the tank. Also, the little tower you have made could do with some rivets for the same reason.
I think you have done a great job here mate. Very good work, I can't wait to see more tanks like this.
Cheers all for the coments, I willl be doing the "rivits" this evening and trying to find some mesh for the floor etc. Then i think its ready to paint.Any more coments are welcomeCheers
i really like it! just 1 small question: how will the driver know where to go..?
there isn't a viewport anywhere...
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Very, very good. *rep*