U.S. Tanker WWII
Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII

Infinity Shape

This fellow will probably look a bit perkier once he gets some more coffee down. But he's dressed for success in his late 1943 second pattern herring bone twill coverall and winter combat jacket. Note that the raised seams on the coverall legs are not casting seams. Fot that you'll need to sand down the fine line on the outside of the left leg, to the right of the seam.

The casting of the white metal parts (torso, arms, and head) is clean, with minute burrs on the elbows. The proportions on this figure seem a tad off in the arms and the feet, more on the smallish side. But hey, we come in all shapes and sizes and this guy is far from carnival material.

Overall, he's a good partner to pose with other coffee swillers from Verlinden and Warriors, standing in front of their tank.

Just one more cup, and then they'll take that town.



Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII © Timothy S. Streeter