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FIGURE GERMANY

German Winter Panzer Crew Set Alpine 1/35

They are Alpine German tank crew in winter uniforms. The class badge on the sleeves such as anorak or camouflage smock is a little different from the collar or epaulette. Since the fine mold has been reproduced, a detailed class badge has been drawn on the left sleeve.
FIGURE RUSSIA

WW2 Russian Tank Crew Set Winter Alpine 1/35

I made an Alpine figure Russian tank crew wearing winter clothes. It goes well with the Red Army Sherman I made the other day.
FIGURE USA

U.S. Army WWII Tank Crew Set Alpine 1/35

I built Alpine American tank crew figures. Of course, I would like to paint the face well, if I can describe the ranking badge and the tips of the fingers in detail, the precision will increase. I like resin figures because the mold is fine.
FIGURE RUSSIA

Soviet Tank Crew Alpine 1/35

Russian tank soldier of Alpine. Even with 1/35, the mold is extremely excellent, so it is easy to apply and separate. The details are still difficult. I don't want to compare the pictures of the paint samples because they are too good, it is difficult to decide the reference colors without them.
FIGURE USA

U.S. Tank Crew Modern AFV Crew Alpine 1/35

Alpine figures have a sharp mold and are easy to apply. It was hard because I drew all the details with a brush. When I combined it with the Stryker armored car that I made the other day, I was surprised that the Stryker looked big.
FIGURE GERMANY

German Tank Crew LAH (Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler) Kharkov Alpine 1/35

I made a German tank crew set of Alpine. Their faces are too white. It was a waste of time to ruin it by painting it even though the shape was good. A tank soldier in winter clothes. This time, I applied it in oil.
FIGURE GERMANY

German Tank Crew LAH (Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler) Ardennes Alpine 1/35

It's been a long time since I painted a figure, and the face became completely white. Is it too much to say that they are Westerners? There are various patterns of camouflage uniforms for the German army. Tank soldiers belonging to LAH (1st SS Armored Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler).
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