Stryker M1134 U.S. Army Anti-Tank Guided Missile ATGM AFV Club 1/35

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It is a derivative type of Stryker armored car. I made it from October 2013 to January 2014.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 BOX PACKAGEI’ll be making the modern vehicle again after a long interval. It is the Striker M1134 Anti-Tank Guided Missile(ATGM) model. I had already purchased it at the big shopping mall when I opened the box. I noticed the parts A group and parts E group were not in this box. Although I did not understand which distribution process they lost, I have no receipt. I wonder what I would do with it since the receipt was thrown away long ago. After all, import agent GSI Creos, Mr.Hobby coped with this difficulty; I was saved very much, very helpful. I appreciate this company’s prompt action.
Since AFV Club’s items are all easy to make, sharp, and cool, this plastic model is not all needed to become futile. It almost became part-picking…

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGAssembling from the chassis is the same as the M1126 I made last time.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGThe last time I painted tire parts in mat black, I think this time I’ll blow the only mat clear, keep the remaining material quality.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGThe upper parts have also been made little by little. Since I plan to pick up a tank crew member, hatches remain open. There are so many tiny parts.
(12-October-2013)

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGI was recently busy with various matters, and my assembly work is slow. I just attached the etched parts and the nylon cable. It seems that a traction cable is rolled around from the drum of the middle placed, and it lets out from the center front part along with a guide.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGThe area of the front headlight and side blinker is a highly complex composition and unclear only by having seen an instruction manual.
Although I was making Stryker once before, I almost forgot the process, checking to see the box art by trial and error assemble. I’m not sure it’s genuinely precisely placed all the parts. Since it was collected into one lump at a good touch, I think it is OK.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGIt became a fragile shape and broken If I didn’t touch it carefully. A rearview mirror, the machine gun, etc., will be broken easily.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGIt is a two-cannon-equipped TOW antitank missile launch machine.
Since I usually make WWII tanks and their primary weapon is a large cannon barrel, I have a strange feeling when I think such-shaped things are the primary weapon, prime arms. Weapon performance is continuing to go up.
(27-October-2013)

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGAssembly completed the rear hatch and missile launch machine. The rear hatch is movable open and closed, but the inside is not made this time.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGI just checked the situation of the missile machine support pillar and found out that adhesives were flowing into the gap and fixed a little. I corrected hurriedly; it was dangerous.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGAlmost the assembly process was completed. The instruction manual said the antennas are made of runner stretching, but I made them from a 0.2mm metal wire to prevent damage. It is like a ship if the tires are not attached…

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGIn this kit, many belts are included. There are no parts to support the left side attached pole that I used the jerrican fixed belt. This kit required many parts attached for instant glue; my hands are completely covered with this glue…

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGSince the exhaust cover, which was not in M1126, was attached by etching, I used it. It’s an option, not necessary to be attached, although it seems that the actual vehicle under operation has equipped that cover very well these days.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGThe photo-etched parts belt working is more severe, and delicate work is required. I couldn’t do the detailed work, so I omitted small work.
I left a side light lens; I have to correct it later.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGI thought it was not so smart looking before the beginning of the assembly after completion; it seems dependable and cool. Overall, all parts are delicate and sharp, making a brilliant impression.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGTwo kinds of missiles are attached. The left is BGM-71F, and the right side is BGM-71C. After ejecting from a pipe, wings are extended automatically, and the flight to an enemy will be stabilized.
(09-November-2013)

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 BOX PACKAGEModern U. S. Army Armor Crewman & Infantry set is released from TRUMPETER, and I’ll attach them to this Stryker.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGIt’s not usually as WWII figures which I ordinarily make. It seems like a bulletproof vest is equipped to standardize for every soldier.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGMany general tools are attached, and various rifles we can choose from. The rifle type is M4A1 Carbine, +M203 (with a grenade launcher), M249SAW, M249 PARA, and others. We also choose many magazine types, dot sight scope, and optical aim machines.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGThese are two types of camouflage paint decals. If we use it well, time-consuming camouflage paint is avoided.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGThe left is the scattering parts of one figure. Right is, although rough, a quickly assembled figure and rifle.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGI adjusted the head a little to be deeply covered with a helmet. Since the box art does not have the sight of the figure’s back, it does not become helpful. It’s more a feeling of tension that may come out and good looking. There are many U.S. Forces soldier’s accessories, and this kit has no directions.
A touch which the designer who got to know all equipment of the U.S. Forces naturally attached available tools. I don’t understand the U.S. Forces equipment, entire amateur; I wonder how to attach this much equipment and accessories. Let’s think after shaping all six figures.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGI think the right-side tank crew’s legs are a little thin. There is some gap in these figures. And the stability of a head is terrible; I’ll correct it later. But the mold of a face is suitable for injection figures.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGI just placed two crew on this kit; it’s pretty good. The expression is common. The least considering and worrying is that the decal is good quality for these uniforms. I had already run out of “decal fit” (decal softener that had a more substantial effect than Mr.Hobby produced)
(24-November-2013)

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGRubber tires are once removed before painting, and it only attaches the wheels on the body. A rear hatch and the hatch of the back upper part can be opened and closed. Since there is especially no inside content, it usually closes.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 MAKINGAll were washed with neutral detergent before painting. These days in Japan, it will not immediately get dry.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGU.S. modern army tank crew. Facial expression is good.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGThree U.S. modern tank crew from the back. I think it’s not necessary to attach the crew’s back. But compared with the infantry figure’s heavy equipment, I’m worried I had made a mistake.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGThey are U.S. army infantry before attaching rifles and goggles. The place of equipment, small bags, and general tools has been chiefly attached to my imagination. It seems to be heavy and hard-working. I heard these gears’ total weight is around 50 to 70 lb.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 MAKINGEach soldier with a small rucksack, a large-sided backpack, a walkie-talkie, etc. Small gaps, such as a rucksack and their back, were corrected with epoxy putty.
(06-December-2013)

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 PAINTINGBasic painting, using Mr.Color No.123 RLM83 Dark Green.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 PAINTINGThe contrast using Mr. Color No. 340 Field Green FS34097, but after that, too much contrast, and not natural. I blew dark green again to weaken the contrast.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 PAINTINGBlew fresh on these six crew and soldier faces.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 PAINTINGShocking photo… From the first, I had a bad premonition. The decal of the uniform, which was my only hope, is this condition. These decals’ hand feeling is harsh and dry, unlike Cartograf Decal’s smooth one. Since there are so many cracks and useless, all the camouflage paintings will be handwritten automatically…
Well, vigorously, I had made six bodies, and there is no description of camouflage uniform colors on this kit. I’ll check it later.
(15-January-2014)

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 PAINTINGTires are made of rubber; there are parting lines. I recommend you erase all eight tires. The Left 3 are already erased, and the right side ones are not yet.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 PAINTINGI fitted the tires and blew the mat clear on the body. After the tire, it became bright at last.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 PAINTINGWell, I think it’s pretty splendid without detailed research. The camouflage of a desert pattern is underpainting. It is the Tamiya enamel color of XF-52 flat earth, XF-57 buff, and XF-60 dark yellow, which I used. pett

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 PAINTINGSix-figure face painting was almost completed, but not yet gloss control. The left one looks like an Asian person, and the right is rather white. The right is a slightly deeper eye.
(18-January-2014)

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 PAINTINGAs the standard type Stryker version, this kit also does not have OVM straps; I made them for attaching thin plastic bands.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 PAINTINGMissiles BGM-71F and BGM-71C painting. This photo is almost removed enamel paint. At first, I used Tamiya enamel paint by brushing, but it did not work well. I intend to brow Creos, Mr. Color, and show you in the Gallery.
(22-January-2014)

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 PAINTINGI found a very nice item. It’s a periscope decal of a reflective coating. It seems a good accent of the vehicle.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 PAINTINGI have almost completed the figure painting—a challenging work of detailed camouflage painting of 2 kinds of patterns.
(22-January-2014)

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe Stryker, which has been made since last year October, was completed at last. Missing items and the crack of the decal are overcome.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI made a standard Stryker four and a half years ago; it’s also on my homepage. Although that is a lovely experience, I regard the base color choice as more accurate, like an actual vehicle this time.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe last Stryker was done on a grand scale, weathering by pastel. This time, I almost did the washing moderately, with very little pastel work. I can see the inside of the exhaust cover, which was not painted, and the brass panel is exposed. Although the inside is hardly visible in usual looking…

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe red bolt hook and taillights are good accents.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOBack large-sized hatch can be opened and closed. It won’t be enjoyable if we look into it because I didn’t make it inside the interior. The warning light of orange is my favorite portion. Cause such coloring does not exist when tank making, it’s exciting.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI just replaced a computer monitor and didn’t know how these photos are displayed on other monitors. I changed the ISO speed from 400 to 800, but maybe the noise increased.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTODepending on looking angle, since the headlight of orange is gloss finished, it doesn’t shine in this photo.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe marking seal of the periscopes kit includes the seal of gunsight of a rocket; it’s very nice, looking like a high-tech mechanical weapon.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe area soiled too much with the mud color washing is returned to rubber black on these tires by dry brushing. It makes emphasizes the tire tread pattern.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTODragon Models’ decal quality is better than this kit. I like softer decals cause of easy handling.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTO US TANK CREWThey are three crews who are going to mount. Brown color washing was made to settle down the vivid camouflage.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTO US TANK CREWMaybe you are not interested in it; it’s the sight of their back. Helmets are dusted a little by using pastels.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTO US TANK CREWThe missile launcher makes an ascending vertical angle the maximum, raising motivation. A crew will be unsavory with a flame if it is discharged in this situation…

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThe crew in a cockpit is doing the temporary fastened with double-stick tape. I like it remove at any time. It’s hard to take a photo in the shadow of the cockpit cover.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOThree infantry soldiers of U.S. modern troops. Especially the middle soldier became a fearless expression. The knee pad is also shifted and taken down to the ankle.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOZoomed-up photo. The left soldier’s goggles had the cover, lusterless, but the right exposed a glass, so took gloss with clear paint.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOOf course, it’s the subject of camouflage. The outline of a rucksack is unclear when camouflage is painted. I think it’s suitable for one or two sacks to paint on Olive Drab for change.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOEnamel paint camouflage was guarded after lacquer-like Mr.Color painting mat clear painting. After that, again, enamel washing is no problem.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOI think it’s a Colt M4 carbine rifle. It’s with a launcher.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOGoing to move a military operation from a rear hatch.

US ARMY ARMOR CREW AND INFANTRY TRUMPETER 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOWhen I see from the top, it’s feeling like an operational commander.

STRYKER M1134 ATGM AFV CLUB 1/35 FINISHED PHOTOTwo missiles in the center are blown with the airbrush mixed silver and gold about 3:7. The seemingly glossy finish looks real. Fairly busy when three crews and three infantry soldiers are put in together. Figure-making is harder than Stryker itself. I wonder the hard work is rewarded or not. Anyway, it takes a lot of time but is enjoyable. Since it’s complete work after a long time, I’m happy.
(24-January-2014)