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SirFjodin Inactive Member10 Jul 2013 9:02 p.m. PST

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I started working on 15mm scale LK-II tank. I just finished base hull and will be adding details soon. There is LOTS and LOTS of work to do. On photo above you can see finished 15mm Little Willie, 80% finished T1 Cunningham (I will add tracks soon) and very raw LK-II. LK-II have same size as Renault FT-17, similar weapon and armor, but much faster (14-18 km/h against 7 km/h)

Finished model will look like this:

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SirFjodin Inactive Member16 Jul 2013 10:21 p.m. PST

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30% finished LK-II in comparison with T1 and Ford 3-Ton. Turret and top of the tank are finished, but there are still lots of work to do. I need to add doors and more details on the hull and also finish tracks by changing their shape a bit and also add caterpillars.

SirFjodin Inactive Member19 Jul 2013 5:22 p.m. PST

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Small progress report. I finished side of the hull and started detailing the front of a tank. I also enlarged tracks and changed their shape a bit. Still lots of work to do. I need to finish the hull, add rivets and caterpillars, and change the shape of holes on tracks.

deflatermouse31 Jul 2018 3:48 p.m. PST

Did these get to production printing stage. I'm sure the Cunningham is produced now by TSS, but I was wondering about the others. Particularly the LK-II

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