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A22 Churchill

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Category:
Vehicles - Tanks
Vehicles - Tanks
Also known as:
Used from:
1939–1952
Used by:
Military
Manufacturer:
GB Vauxhall Motors
Model:
A22 Churchill

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Gallery

 
A22 Churchill 1:35
A22 Churchill Never Smile at a Crocodile!
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Books

 
Churchill Tank (HMSO )
Churchill Tank Vehicle History and Specification
The Tank Museum
1983
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by Vladimir Yakubov, Dmitry Kiyatkin on Net Maquettes

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Donald Junis DJJunis
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AntQ added a new photoalbum.
5 | 11. October, 14:46
Alexander N added a new photoalbum.
3 | 15. September, 21:25
Alexander N added a new project.
1:72
In progress
1:72 Soviet Tank CHURCHILL Mk.III (Modelist 307243)
 
1 | 11. September, 11:50
Jose Manuel Moreno added a new project.
2. September, 13:15
Lee Haffenden added a new photoalbum.
7 | 22. April, 16:27
Martin Oostrom
Those road wheels will be hard to paint if they're already glued.
I painted the sponsoons (right word?) before glueing them to the body.
19. July, 09:37
Lee Haffenden
I was planning on spraying the road wheels the same base colour as the rest of the tank. Is that incorrect? That is a good idea to paint those pieces before glueing them to the body, should be easier to paint that way. Thanks for the advice! I had a look at some of your work. I'm planning on doing a car next, and I can only hope one day I can come even close to how nice your paint jobs are!
19. July, 10:35
Martin Oostrom
Pictures can be deceiving...
The colour of the road wheels is the same as the rest of the tank. But to paint them while mounted can make it harder to paint the inside properly. Unless you wish to rotate them whilst painting 😉
19. July, 10:37
Steven Van Dyck
When I'm going to build this model, I will try to adapt the sprockets so they have the right shape, because without the fenders it is more apparent that the mudholes inside the wheel are missing. That's on the cilinder between the two "cogs" that make a sprocket.
https://www.militaryimages.net/threads/a-sad-tank-infantry-mk-iii-churchill.6839/
19. July, 10:48
Olivier
The colour of the wheels is the same as of the hull. But the contact zone between track and wheel will probably lose its colour in favour of some metallic tone.
19. July, 13:22
Martin Oostrom
Lee meet Steven. One of our armor, if it can be improved it will be improved, modelling madmen. And I say that with a shipload of respect 👍
19. July, 14:03
Lee Haffenden
Nice to meet all of you! All of this advice and expertise is super helpful and interesting. Thank you. I guess I'll make do with the road wheels this time around and next time I'll know better! These early models are learning experiences anyway and I'm not aiming for perfection. Yet... ?
19. July, 14:33
Adam added a new project.
1:35
Completed
1:35 Churchill Mk.III AVRE (AFV Club AF35167)1:35 Churchill MkI/II Conversion kit (International Models Asia IMA00235)
 
4. August, 12:53
John Hughes added a new project.
3. August, 18:09
Njpal01 added a new project.
1:35 Churchill Mk V (AFV Club AF35155)
 
31. July, 07:10
Jakko ‌ added a new photoalbum.
12 | 12. July, 18:00
Jakko ‌
The tank still needs to have the actual name applied, by the way. I had no good way to do that when I built the model, but Black Lion Decals has since released a set that includes it. All I need to do is apply it someday 🙂
12. July, 20:18
Robert Podkoński
Looks really good, congrats! I like this threatening look of Churchill tank...
12. July, 20:31
Jakko ‌
It's the little girl that gives it that look, isn't it? 🙂
13. July, 09:01
Robert Podkoński
Indeed, smiling little girl standing on a tank always looks creepy... 😄
13. July, 10:11
Jakko ‌
You'll probably find another of my upcoming models even more disconcerting, then — it'll have a cat on the tank 🙂
13. July, 20:55
Mark K
Very nicely done!
13. July, 22:07
Robert Podkoński
Cattus domesticus or some less aggresive species - Panthera tigris althaica, for example?...;)
14. July, 05:53
Jakko ‌
Felis catus, I think you mean 🙂 But yes, that variety. Now to go and finish that model …
14. July, 10:23
Robert Podkoński
Sure, Jakko - the most dangerous species of predator in the world...waiting with awe 😄
14. July, 13:11
Rui S
Very good work 👍
25. July, 13:04
Jakko ‌
Thanks.
25. July, 17:02
Bruce Huxtable added a new photoalbum.
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4 | 24. July, 17:13
Bruce Huxtable
Now with some dusty accumulations, and a few rusty knocks and scrapes.
24. July, 17:17
24. July, 17:21
Bruce Huxtable
Many thanks, Robert ?
24. July, 17:29
Bruce Huxtable
Many thanks for your 'likes', everyone. I need to find a connection piece, for the piston to link to the long strut that launches the bridge.
25. July, 10:57
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