The build started off with painting most of the parts Vallejo Olive Green (brush only, as usual( and then I assembled the wheels. Some white glue was slathered on the lower parts of the hull to simulate mud, and then the upper hull was added. Some plastic strip had to be added to cover a gap between the hull halves in lower front, and this was subsequently sanded down. The tracks required a stapler to connect, and they do not at all conform to how real SU-100 tracks weigh down on the wheels, but I had to work with what was in the box. I was simply too impatient to order replacement tracks.
A picture frame was used as a base for a small diorama, and I wanted to create a bit of a kitschy scene with a female nurse from an ICM kit comforting a heroic but shaky tank commander after the end of the war in Europe.
You can see an unboxing of the kit here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sx4ATm-I-eM