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Discussion in 'World War 2 Hobbies' started by TISO, Aug 3, 2007.

  1. TISO

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    That is some phenominal workmanship.
     
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    :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
    that guy is really, really,really good!!!!!!!!!
    i'm green of envy, :cry:
     
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    Now there's a excellent diorama. :lol:

    You know, always when I see pictures of models, dioramas and such on 1/48 and 1/35 scale both on the internet or here on the forums, I really get the feeling that nearly anything is possible when one makes a model on those scales. The level of detail is so close to reality, the ability to paint every individual part increases phenominally, and so on... Just take a look at the smaller scaled models in the GB III, you can see that there's is much chance to paint any detail, scratch or letter you want.

    I don't get that working at 1/72 scale, no matter how hard I try. Sometimes I wish I had the space and money required for working in those smaller scales. It would open a world to me... :D

    But please don't let my twaddle keep you off topic... :wink:
     

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