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Group Build #3 Member's Vote - come and vote now!

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

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Which model do you think is best?

Poll closed Aug 13, 2007.
  1. Ricky's Cromwell

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  2. J Calhoun's Tiger

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  3. SturmTiger's Firefly

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  4. Boba Nette's Panther

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  5. DMPN Founderer's Cromwell Mk IV

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  6. Me262's Pz IV ausf. H

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  1. PanzerProfile

    PanzerProfile New Member

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    Dear modelling friends, dear forum members,

    I hereby present to you: The Group Build #3 Member's Vote!
    I kindly ask anyone who sees this thread to vote on one of these builds. The purpose is to decide on a winner!

    The models are sorted by date of completion, the one that was finished first is added first to the list of models.
    A brief presentation of the models follows:

    (More pictures of the models can be found here http://www.fun-online.sk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6029&start=0


    Ricky's Cromwell 1/72 (unknown unit, Normandy France, june 1944)
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    J Calhoun's 1/72 Tiger (2.SS PzAbt. 102 )
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    SturmTiger's Firefly: 13/18 Royal Hussars,27th Armoured Brigade (1/35)
    [​IMG]

    Boba Nette's Panther (1/35) 12th SS
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    DMPN Founderer's Cromwell Mk IV
    (. Squadron, 5th Royal Tank Regiment. 22nd Armoured Brg, 7th armoured Div) (1/48)
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    Me262's Pz IV ausf. H (1/35) 12th SS
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    [click to enlarge!]

    The poll will run for 10 days. It's going to be a tough choice I'm sure.
    Thanks for your vote!

    The GBIII Modelling Team & forum admin.
     
  2. David.W

    David.W Active Member

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    Before we vote, can you first confirm that all the models are in 1/72 scale. It does make a differnce.

    Thanks.
     
  3. Ricky

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    They are not.

    Mine & JCalhoun's definately are.

    DPMN's is 1/48 (I have edited the post above)

    ST & Bobba Nette's look to be a bigger scale...
     
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    Ossian phpbb3 New Member

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    First Jagdpanther I've ever seen with a turret!
    Methinks some editing is needed
     
  5. Boba Nette

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    My Firefly and Boba Nette's Panther are 1/35 scale.
     
  6. Ricky

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    Thanks - I am updating the original post as you give info.
     
  7. Boba Nette

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    Hey guys,you might want to make this topic sticky.
     
  8. PanzerProfile

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    shame on me, I am truly sorry for the mistakes I've made. I wasn't sure on the scales, so Ricky thanks for editing those. The Jagdpanther thing was just a typo.very good of you to notice, Ossian.

    Thanks. I'll make it a sticky to make up for it! :wink:
     
  9. me262 phpbb3

    me262 phpbb3 New Member

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    sorry i forgot to mention the scale , an italeri pz IV H in 1/35 scale
     
  10. PanzerProfile

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    Hi me262,
    no worries there. I have added the scale to the pic of your model in the original post.
    Now keep your fingers crossed for victory! ;)
    I wish all participants luck.
     
  11. Stix

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    I won't make a mess out of the poll by adding my vote.
    I couldn't tell a parachute from a tank.
    This makes my vote on accuracy worthless.
    For what it's worth though Sturmtiger's and DMPN's tanks look most realistic to me so my vote would got to one of them.
     
  12. JCalhoun

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    ME262's PZIV is very impressive. Don't let that one bad pic fool you.

    Look in the other group build thread to see all the pics of each model. :D
     
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    Don't worry about accuracy Stix,just pick your favorite.From what I can tell,all the entries are accurate.
     
  14. PanzerProfile

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    Apparently I've chosen the wrong one. Another has been added...
     
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    Looks like it's gonna be another close race.
     
  16. PanzerProfile

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    yep. But you're in the lead!

    There's still 6 days left for the vote.
     
  17. Simonr1978

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    I've gone for Sturmtiger's Firefly after much deliberation but it was a very hard one to call, the entries were all extremely impressive!
     
  18. Ricky

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    Yeah, I thought I had a decent chance this time around but some of the other entries are phenominal. :eek:

    Standards are definately improving, which is the main thing :wink:
     
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    Competition breeds excellence.We'll all improve by participating.If Rodolfo enters the fray,we're all gonna have to really improve fast.That guy can build!
     
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    Personally,I'm happy to see the level of participation,with the voting as well as the entries.
     

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