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  1. Yes I know, just can't afford any new kits nowaday...
  2. Nice build! I love Panzer 1, I build a Dragon years ago one but still no chance to try Tristar.
  3. Great build, superb PE skills!
  4. Nice color, nice effects, especially love the dirt you did!
  5. Haha, I felt the same when I see the pictures.
  6. Good morning sir, I made the rings by rolling thin wire onto a needle and then flatten them by plier. I then glue them to place by super glue and drill holes when cure. Hope this help
  7. Great build! great weathering! T34 does look nicer without mudguards.
  8. Wooooooow!! Superb awesome skills and great finishing!
  9. Nice, the wet mud look so real!
  10. Superb as always!
  11. Nice build, I can feel you put so many efforts on it!
  12. Bigger scale = real I love it!
  13. Hi Andrew, I glued the 2 ply tissue paper with student glue, then I glue another layer of tissue paper for all the edges to strengthen it more. When cure just spray some primer or flat coat to protect it. Straps make from masking tape, buckle and rings made from flattened thin wire. Here is the the only in progress photo for the tarpaulin.
  14. Hi Sanfandragon, thanks for the kind words. I drew the boxes in Adobe Illustrator, then print, cut out and fold them. The Wehrmacht stamps I found on net.
  15. I always like this tank, it looks unique. The old one look nice, but your rebuilt made it so nice! I also rebuilt some of my old models hope to improve them, coz unable to buy new kits.