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Soyuz Launch Pad in Baikonur [LVM Studio + NewWare 1:144 scale]

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Ready for Inspection is my finished build of this huge diorama.

Resin and photo etched materials, CA glue, acrylic paints.

I used straight from the box NewWare Soyuz TMA-21 space launcher and LVM Studio Baikonur Launch Pad with scratch built detailing.

Also added fourteen Preiser figures (Bundeswehr pilot disguised as Russian and Kazakh workers)

This took me two years to complete.

Size is 17 x 17 x 40cm

The complete step by step build is visible here:

http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234981953-soyuz-launch-pad-in-baikonur-lvm-studio-1144-scale/

This won the Telford Scale Model World Best of Show for 2015.

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Thanks for watching.

_Bruno

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A worthy winner Bruno, saw the model at telford, awesome.

All the best Chris

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Saw this at Telford it is so cool and awesome. Well done on Winning Best In Show

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It's been a treat watching this come together, and what a fantastic way to finish. Very well done!

How on earth did you transport it safely?

Will

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stunning work looks fantastic, some very nice detail work.... did see this at telford and looks better in the flesh.... well done on the build and very well done on the win....

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