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  1. BL@CK J@CK

    BL@CK J@CK New Member

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    Some tanks from my collection in 1/76 scale.
    BJ
     
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    Very nice! :D

    And a couple of unusual types as well. Me like!
     
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    Nice clean paint jobs.
     
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    Which company makes 1/76 KV2 tanks?
     
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    Fujimi ...
     
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    BJ's 1/76 collection part 2:
     
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    Those are fantastic paint jobs.If I may make an observation,with a little shading and highlighting they will really come alive.
     
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    BTW,I'd really like to see more of your work.
     
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    Ok. BJ's collection part 3. Scale 1/76.
     
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    Yes, I know, but I'm not a professional.
    I make my models just for fun.
    Best regards
    BJ
     
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    Oh, I like the Puma.
    Very nice...
    :D
     
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    You don't have to be a professional.You are off to a great start.I paint 1/72 scale myself .I am amazed at the detail in your paint jobs.Keep them pics coming.
     
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    BJ's collection IV. Scale 1/76.
     
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    Excellant.Keep'em coming.BTW,is that a Cromwell.I sort of suck when it comes to the cruiser tanks.
     
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    ... and BJ's Collection Part V. Scale 1/76
     
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    WoW! Great tanks! Really good work on 'em!
    Might I ask which type of tank DSC09481.JPG is though?

    Tomba
     
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    No! :grin:

    It is a Russian T-34/76
     
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    BJ's Collection Part VI. Scale 1/76 and 1/35
     

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