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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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    Maybe we should mention again that you made the cup of tea yourself? That should get at least all the British members on your hand...;) :)
     
  2. Ricky

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    As I'm part of the Admin judging team I'm resiting the urge to vote for myself here as well. :wink:

    Biased or not I still didn't pick mine as the best.
     
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    Patton phpbb3 New Member

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    I gotta say, the firefly looks good. The camera angle made it look exquisite! But, I decided to go with the PZIV, simply because I think it was a little more detailed.
     
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    a little? :eek:
     
  5. Boba Nette

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    Last day to vote,kids!The tension is building!
     
  6. PanzerProfile

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    well Ladies and Gents,

    As you may have noticed, the voting has ended! And that also means the scores are in. I have decided that it would be best to stick to the Member's Vote for the final outcome, since there are no ties and the Forum Admin's decision was only slightly different from the vote.

    That brings me to the honourable task of congratulating SturmTiger with his first victory in the Group Build series! Well done ST!

    The scores are, in descending order:
    1. Sturmtiger 31% of the votes
    2. Me262 22%
    3. DMPN Founderer 18%
    4. JCalhoun 13%
    5. Ricky 9%
    6. Boba Nette 4%

    Nicely done all of you. I was pretty amazed, personally, by seeing Jcalhoun ending fourth and Boba last. I never would have seen that coming! This GB surely turned things upside down.
    I wish ST much luck on deciding what GB IV is going to be about, and I'll start working on a certificate for ya!

    Greets,
    PP & the Forum admin
     
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    Boba Nette New Member

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    Thanks PP.It is definately a pleasure.Thank You to all the forum members that voted for my Firefly.I'm thoroughly happy with all those that participated in the build and vote.BTW,I'm gonna print up a nice 8x10 of that certificate and frame it.I never win anything. :D
    Also,I told Boba I was gonna kick her ass!Read it and weep wifey! :smok:
    I'll post my idea for GBIV later today.

    Thanks All

    Ed
     
  8. JCalhoun

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    Congrats dude! :D
     
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    Thanks JC.
    WOOOOOOOOO!!!!
     
  10. Ricky

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    Congrats - you definately deserved to win it :D
     
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    Grats Sturm!
     
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    Thanks fellas.
     
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    CONGRATULATIONS!

    CONGRATULATIUONS TO ALL THAT ENTERED, AND TO ESPESCIALLY STURMTIGER. YOU DID AN AWESOME JOB. THE WIN WAS MUCH DESERVED AS WELL AS EARNED.




    BobaNette
     
  14. PanzerProfile

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    Dear All,

    I have sent the winner's certificate to ST to congratulate him. Here's a small example of what we're striving for:

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    Cheers and see you all in GB IV!
     
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    Re: CONGRATULATIONS!

    Thanks Babe. :D
     
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    Thanks for your work on the certificate PP.It's awesome.
     
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    Impressive. :D
     
  18. Skua

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    Some very nice models there, but isn't it a bit unfair to mix 1/35 scale models with 1/72? I can at least tell you as much as any 1/35 scale AFV I have built looks a lot better than any 1/72 scale AFV of mine if you take pics of them and scale the photos up the same size, my skills are the same but a larger scale gives you more to work with.
     
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    Yes, but we don't have enough entrants to have seperate categories yet.

    Maybe if you joined in... :wink:
     
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    I would, but I'm such a slow builder. :oops:
     

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