And here’s another stranger: the “Parade Crew” pavilion.
If the previous pavilion was completely “terra incognito” for me, then there were some guesses about this. And in appearance it is strictly one-story. But, having stumbled right opposite the entrance to the huge T-35, I was slightly dumbfounded.
I don’t think he was overtaken while I was admiring airplanes. And everything is very simple: on the street there is an exhibition copy, but here it is a real one. Like all equipment in this pavilion, or rather a hangar. To the horizon one way
The place is a storehouse of knowledge for modelers. All of us “dirty” (“weathering” is called cleverly) our models of WWII times proceed from life experience, old black-and-white photographs of low quality and works of predecessors. And here is the LIVE exhaust of the T-34 and its dirty tracks
Do you like to draw rusty rain shoots on a military vehicle with rivets? Here is the original
Not everything is completely authentic. Heavy tracked vehicles are additionally shod – the asphalt must be protected.
But even in this one can find inspiration: who is there who glues the Shermans with virgin pillows on the tracks?