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Chris Smith

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About Chris Smith

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  • Birthday 05/08/1966

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    1/12-1/16

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    Concord Ca
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    Chris Smith

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  1. Yes! It’s a great technique
  2. I thought I would give winter weathering a try on a Tamiya Tiger. thanks for looking
  3. Thank you everyone for the kind words!! I do really appreciate them
  4. Thank you everyone for the kind words!! This is my first attempt at building a tank and weathering. I found that YouTube was the best place to see and learn new techniques. You do have to apply what you see and hope it turns out the way “you” want it. I used Tamiya paints on this build. I would like to give the weathering credit to Andy @ Andyshobby and panzermister36 these people have some great techniques on YouTube that where beyond helpful.
  5. I thought I try something new. I found building this was a lot of fun and learning how to do weathering was also fun.
  6. Mr. Yoder 😁 the button is 1.0 mm the stem is .75 mm
  7. I will give you a measurement when I get home from work 😉 off the top of my head I think they are .5mm
  8. Every time I see a update I get a small chill up my spine and a big smile across my face. I can’t say anything more than anybody else has said in the past. Thank you for sharing and hope I maybe able to see this in person one day.
  9. Can’t wait to see how it comes out.
  10. Not too much to report... I found some time to start inserting rivets, talk about time consuming. Drill holes then insert rivets. I think I have about 6 hours into this part alone. I do like how it’s turning out. once I get this part done, time to polish. Thanks for looking Chris
  11. It’s just amazing to see this come together. I am appreciative that you share your wonderful journey with all of us looky-loos. Keep up the fine work sir.
  12. Very nice! Keep sharing...it gives good motivation
  13. Should look good, I do like how it is coming along 😉
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