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1st Battalion 13th Marines, Khe Sanh, 1968. 105 mm howitzer

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    Very good, Tom. I like the detail work.
     
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    Nice job indeed, Tom
     
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    Excellent job mate...if I could add any suggestion it would be on the lighting and the angles and distances used...so much effort in getting everything right, only to still be missing something...a much brighter light to match day...or let off a lighter flint and snap at the right moment as if he gun has gone off at night...natural looking light to fool the eye in other words. Also id suggest use the same angles and distances one might commonly see in footage...including the odd blur...the beauty here is all the hard work and skill has been accomplished, just the finishing touches to the presentation needed. Most of all I would photo shop these picks to give the image a grainy look, obviously something that matches the era. suspense of disbelief is a big part of modelling (If this is all I suggest you must have created something special).
     
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    Very nice work. Are the ammo boxes scratch built? Good sense of detail.
     

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