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M4A3 Sherman w/ 105 mm Howitzer & 75 mm Long Gun tanks by Jack12477 - 1:35 scale - Tamiya - FINISHED

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Came out really nice Jack.

You constantly amaze me with how fast you can throw a diorama together and make it looks so good. It took me months just to envision what I want to do with my Huey when it gets built and I have no idea at all if I can even carry it off. To me the building of a diorama takes an artist while at the level I am, building a model is mostly just mechanical skill. It is clear that you are an artist.

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sorry I missed it!!!   Jack....the dio came out superb in every way!   it looks very life like :)    folks in the south can harvest that very moss........grows like crazy around swamps and the glades.  we have a variation up here,  but you have to look really hard for it.  it just so happens that I can find it from an Oak tree that grows in the field across the road.  I got some for the B&M snow plow that I haven't finished yet......been a few years.

 

you did a great job....it's awesome! :) 

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Well guys, I am going to declare these two Sherman builds with their respective dioramas complete. Thanks everyone for following along, your Likes, comments, critiques, suggestions and all, were greatly appreciated. 

 

I am not sure what I will do next, might decide to do some woodcarving instead of model building. I haven't done any carving in a couple of years now, might be time to resume. At least I can sit outside and make shavings instead of being hole up in the basement. 

 

Stay tuned ! 

 

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