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Discussion in 'World War 2 Hobbies' started by PanzerProfile, Apr 15, 2004.

  1. Sgt. Barger

    Sgt. Barger New Member

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    I am working on a german puma armored car. i am almost done with it. when i am finished weathering it, i will post a pic.
     
  2. tomgrey

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    Update for M3 Scout...almost done...

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  3. Boba Nette

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    You have got to get into the next group build.Your attention to detail would force all of us to try and improve our skills.
     
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    i am working on a 1:72 scale 12.8cm Sf.L/61 "Sturmer Emil"
     
  5. Sgt. Barger

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    What scale is that M3 halftrack?
     
  6. tomgrey

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    1:35 of course...
     
  7. Ricky

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    Finished the LaGG-3. Again, apologies for the fuzzy picture.

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    I am particularly proud of the figure, as it is my first real 'adjusted' figure. The head and torso is from a soviet tank commander, the legs are from a soviet infantryman and the arms are from an american artilleryman.
     
  8. Boba Nette

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    Great job on the camo.A very smooth finish.
     
  9. me262 phpbb3

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    what scale?
     
  10. JCalhoun

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    Nice! :D
     
  11. Ricky

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    Thanks guys! :D

    1/72 - all of my models are. Well, most of them are. :wink:
     
  12. PanzerProfile

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    Very nice indeed!

    Especially the scale :p just joking
     
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    Sweet!

    I like the slideshow.
     
  15. Boba Nette

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    With GBIV right around the corner,and having no idea what the subject of the build will be,I was a bit concerned about dipping into the stash for my next project.With my luck I'd be half way through a King Tiger then find out the next build would be King Tigers.
    So I grabbed a kit I've been waiting to get my hands on.A 1/35 Academy M51 Super Sherman.This should occupy my spare time till GBIV starts.
     
  16. JCalhoun

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    I really want to build that Academy 1/35 scale Hellcat.
     
  17. Boba Nette

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    Same here.I've got one coming in the mail.
     
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    i can see that you are really anxious to start GB IV, hold your horses, GB III is not over yet, then we must wait for the winner to decide the next project
     
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    You're missing the point me262.IThe vast majority of the kits I have on hand are WWII.I didn't want to start one I could use for a GB.Which could be any of them.Not to mention,Boba dips into the stash as well.She's currently building an Italian M 13/40.
     
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    so what you want to do is , until the winner decide, practice your skills in your stash, i can see that you are getting better and better, keep the good job!!!!!
     

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