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Discussion in 'World War 2 Hobbies' started by me262 phpbb3, Nov 28, 2007.

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    me262 phpbb3 New Member

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    finally after some years,( yep i know shame on me) i finished my puma
     
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    more pics
     
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    last 3 pics!!!!
     
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    That's some serious badassness!You're gonna force me to start building armored cars.Great job.
     
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    thanks, glad you like it!!!

    BTW, i have waiting in line 234/1, 234/3, 234/4, 232 8 rad, 232 6 rad, 223 and 222, and i'm seriously thinking in start them!!!
     
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    That was worth the wait! :eek:

    I particularly like the tyres - how do you get them looking so good?
     
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    paint them flat black, then use acrylic paint, mud by polly scale, thinned with water and applied to the groves in the tyres, 80 per tyre, then with dust paint also by polly and also thinned, and finally with dirt paint
     
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    I like the tires also. Great job. :D
     
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    thanks!!!!
     
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    You keep amazing me with the quality of your work Me262. Really good job. Good on ya, mate!

    Those wheels immideately grabbed my attention too. They're very nice. Queer to see that everyone notices them first.
     
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    Because we all know how hard they are to do well.
     

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