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1/35 Tiger and Abrams  comparison by enc86 1/35 Tiger and Abrams  comparison by enc86
this was a request from :iconwarrior1944: to see how the Abrams and Tiger 1 sized up together. while the Abrams is a bit bigger, the tiger is taller. both tanks are almost the same width and the tigers tracks are much bigger.


note: the tigers hatches are not glued because i do have a crew for it i am working on.
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:iconwarrenzoell:
WarrenZoell Mar 26, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Quite a contrast between the old and the new.
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:iconenc86:
yup! the tiger still looks scary tho!
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:iconalpine-arts:
Alpine-Arts Sep 7, 2012  Professional Photographer
I had no idea the WW2 German Tiger was that big. I know about them and their reputation and the fear they evoked in the allies.

But that is a big cat as well as a bad cat. (Keep in mind the 80 designed M-1 it is next to is 70-Tons).

Great job on the models & the photography.
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:iconenc86:
thanks, and i had no idea ether. the tiger is still pretty intimidating looking even to this day.
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:icondrunken-maus:
can somebody tell me where to get a toy tiger tank like the one in the picture
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:iconenc86:
i can, but its a model. it requires assembly and paint.
this is where is got mine [link]
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:icondrunken-maus:
what kind of assembly? just screws and snap-ons?
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:iconenc86:
sheets and sheets of tiny plastic parts and requires plastic glue, and paint for the right color and weathering. i would say this tiger is about 2oo+ parts.
this is an Abrams UN-assembled [link] to make a model will take some time,patience and practice.
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:iconenc86:
but its a great pasttime and it pretty fun too.
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