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About the Author

About Jeremy Wee (jazza)

Modelling Background I first started modelling at the age of 14 years old where i mainly constructed 1/72 scale planes and was exclusively painting them using a paint brush as i couldnt afford anything more than that. After which i took a 12 year break before resuming back to modelling more serious...


A true work of art Jeremy. Really nicely detailed. I love all the extra on it. Nicely done.
NOV 05, 2006 - 11:26 PM
Nicely made.... on a note of realism. The D10 reels on the rear of the turret storage cage and the CVR(T) stowage box(es) would prevent the infarnty hatch from opening and the ammo boxes on the rear bins would obscure turret traverse/prevent all round engagement by the 30mm. Even though the British are known as the "Borrowers" and have vehicles that look like a tinkers caravan I doubt that a 24 pack of coke and the other drinks would be on the outside, they would be horribly hot to drink......and heaven help the guy that put them there if they fall off whilst moving or get blown off in a fire-fight. The rest of the crew would not let them get away with it
NOV 05, 2006 - 11:42 PM
Lovely build Jeremy. Good luck in the competition. Cheers Tony
NOV 05, 2006 - 11:52 PM
Thanks for the kind words guys. I actually havent yet had the chance to make the corrections on this kit based on the feedback on i got when i first posted this. Most were centering around the way the stowage was placed. Thankfully the coke boxes are just dry fitted so i can just easily remove them. Same for one of the chairs on the exhaust grilles.
NOV 06, 2006 - 02:26 AM
Very nice model.
NOV 08, 2006 - 01:17 AM
nice and i like the extra details..just maybe...a little dirt and weathering on the tank will add realism.
NOV 08, 2006 - 05:39 AM
I actually agree with you to be honest. I decided against it after looking through numerous reference photos and majority of them were pretty clean and could hardly find any that were caked in mud. Thanks for the kind words once again.
NOV 08, 2006 - 06:53 AM