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Saturday, July 17, 2010

T 72






Here are some images of Dragon's 1/35 scale Uralvagonzavod T-72 MBT (main battle tank). From Wikipedia "The T-72 is a Soviet-designed main battle tank that entered production in 1970. It is a further development of the T-62with some features of the T-64A (to which it was a parallel design) and has been further developed as the T-90. Chronologically, and in design terms, it belongs to the same generation of tanks as the US M60 series, German Leopard 1, and British Chieftain tank.

15 comments:

Pablo J. Álvarez said...

The tank seems real, good photos.

Warren Zoell said...

Thanks Pablo.

Pat Tillett said...

very realistic Warren.
Nice photos also...

Warren Zoell said...

Thanks Pat I always get a kick out of the extra long barrels on Russian tanks.

sinfuselaje said...

Really a good job! Congratulations.

Warren Zoell said...

Thank you sinfuselaje. Great site by the way.

Jump_Raven said...

That's really good Warren.

Warren Zoell said...

Thanks Jump Raven I'm waiting to see some of your movie reviews.

Jump_Raven said...

Feel free to comment anytime you like. I love feedback.

Anonymous said...

Holy doodle that's nice.
I sure like looks of those commie tanks even though they make good targets. I'll be seeing one for real soon when I visit the Museum of the Regiments in Calgary. I'll photograph the kids on top of it.

Dave

Warren Zoell said...

Thanks Dave I haven't heard from you in a while. Building anything knew?

Anonymous said...

Hey Warren,

I have been very busy finishing the ol' star destroyer. It's nearly there.....A couple of weeks and she's done.

Are you going to the race?

Dave

Warren Zoell said...

Dave- Well when you're done take some photos and I'll post them. If you're referring to the Edmonton Indy I'd love to but no cash.

Anonymous said...

Yes. That's an expensive touch. I can't go either. Time and money considerations. Same old. Dad and myself or considering Toronto or Edmonton next year.

After the SD is done I'll be going to work on a U.S. photo spitfire based on the ICM Mark 8, McKnight's Hurricane, and a racing Datsun 510.

Dave

Warren Zoell said...

Cool, can't wait to see them. Speaking of Photo Spits check out my 1/24 scale PR IX http://thegreatcanadianmodelbuilderswebpage.blogspot.com/2010/07/oh-by-way-which-ones-pink.html