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Discussion in 'Modelling' started by paips, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. paips

    paips New Member

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    This is one of my figures hopefully it attaches.
     

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  2. Martin Bull

    Martin Bull Acting Wg. Cdr

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    You certainly have much more patience ( and skill ! ) than I do......

    I like the late-war details : MP44, tan Dienstglas......
     
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    Thx Martin, I cant tell you who made the figure as I got it from a guy who was selling his old collection ,came in plain brown box.
     
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    Martin Bull Acting Wg. Cdr

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    In that case - a nice pick-up ! :S!
     
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    Nice one. Glad to see you sorted out attaching pics.
    Look forward to seeing more.
    I ought to get back into painting some larger figures again.
     
  6. paips

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    Thx Owen, Ive tried the 1/35 scale figures but find it hard , eyesight and shaky hand I guess. I find the smaller you go the more your foul ups are not noticed.Although for diorama work the small scales are the best unless you have the room for the larger scales.
     

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