It is an EMHAR product, but I just saw that they only produce the Mk V now. My model is the Mk IV, but they discontinued that version.
It is the socalled Hermaphrodite version, with the six-pounder gun on one side, (Male version), and the Lewis gun on the other side, (Female version). Scale is 1:35. Here a picture of the Mk V kit emhar is still selling. They have lots of nice models in their catalogue, so check them out if you want to make more models.
Have fun making your Mk IV, and a good weekend to you John.
You really do superb work. In particular that you don’t saturate the Armour in rust. Panzers went into combat new. I served 35 years on Tanks and never saw a rusty vehicle. Not once. Of any type.
You even cast the track links? That nuts! Last question, do you ever sell the parts as kits? Or custom built like we see here? I am a respectable model maker but not even close to your talent. I always enjoy your postings with excellent images as well. Nicely done.
Yes I am a firm believer of no rust.
Sometimes when these AFV went to war they may have lasted a day or week rarely up to a month .
Most guys rust out the tracks or tail pipes , highly unrealistic.
Go outside and look at your car's tail pipe.
It should be gray unless your car is over 20 years old.
I do not make them pristine they are dirty and for some reason in the pics the white paint shows up bright , in hand the white is dingy !
At first when the molds are new I sell kits after about the 15th casting the molds start to wear . After about the 20th pour I start shutting down the kit sales and start with my own full builds. Because the molds start coming out a little rough .
In the rough condition guys who may buy them may complain so I stop the kits and switch to the building mode.
Most guys who commission me want a certain tank from a certain company.
The paint scheme camo on my latest Jagdpanther was copied off of my Jagdtiger.
Most certantly not a real scheme but it sure looks cool and so do other guys so I need to make 2 more just like it.
This is my second run for the King tiger.
My first run I made the track links ( stiff resin ) one by one. LOTS OF WORK !!!
Too much work in fact so I made long lengths for the top and bottom run with singles around the rear ideler and front sprocket. STILL TOO MUCH WORK
Now I made new molds again and I use a rubber type resin and I make the tracks in 2 pieces and they wrap the running gear like rubber bands