The vehicle was modelled from the Dragon kit 6801 basically out of the box, as a B. Co., 1 Marine Div. Pershing near Ham-hung, Korea 1950. While not based off a specific photo they were studied for appearance and weathering.
Paint was a mixture of Tamiya green acrylics. Mud was added with the airbrush and pastels while the snow is baking soda.
American Tanks of World War II- Thomas Berndt, Motorbooks International, Wisconsin, 1994. [ISBN: 0-87938-930-3] (pp.90-95) Armor in Korea - A Pictorial History - Jim Mesko & Don Greer, Squadron/Signal Publications, Texas, 1984. [ISBN: 0-89747-150-4].
Boresight - Jan '95
MMIR - Vol.2 No.1
M26 Pershing Medium Tank - Ron Lehman & Jeff McKaughan, Museum Ordnance Special No.3, Darlington Productions, Maryland, 1994.Pershing - A History of the American Medium Tank T20 Series, (2nd Ed.), R.P. Hunnicutt, Feist Publications, Washington, 1996.
Tank War Korea - Simon Dunstan, Tanks Illustrated No.14, Arms & Armour Press, London, 1985. [ISBN: 0-85368-682-3].
Tank Warfare in Korea 1950-53 - Steve Zaloga & George Balin, Concord Publications, Hong Kong, 1994. [ISBN:962-361-605-8].
Model by Ron Puttee, Photos © James Blackwell & Missing Links 1999
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