Ok gents onward and upward as they say. I have managed to get the link and length tracks fitted, I'm not a fan of this method but to be honest with you the tracks fit like a glove. I left them in two halves to ease painting an when done fitted them in place with thin superglue.
The upper hull was given a coat of Tamiya Clear before the decals were added. This is an Archer belonging to the 2nd Anti-Tank Regiment, 3rd Canadian Infantry Division, North-West Europe 1945.
The two halves were joined together and the whole thing was given several light coats of Vallejo Acrylic Matte Varnish (which is available from any good model stand at Duxford and comes in 5ltr container )
So folks here we have the 1:35th Scale Tamiya British Self Propelled Anti-Tank Gun "Archer"
Hope you like it gents and thank you all for following.
A fantastic looking build, as always. Great looking finish on her as well. Thanks for sharing.
"You watch the world exploding every single night Dancing in the sun a newborn in the light, Brothers and their fathers joining hands and make a chain The shadow of the Wicker Man is rising up again......" ------"The Wicker Man", by Iron Maiden
An absolute cracker of a build there Gaz.......she looks stunning . .......get her in ya Gallery
Thanks Boots what's this Gallery thing you mention mate? Thanks for your comments mate👍
Gaz......the Gallery is just somewhere to put your finished builds so people can view them , there's the modellers general gallery and also a Group Build gallery.......just create a new thread the same as you would a blog and add ya pics fella