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Macki

Scratchbuild H-21 "Shawnee" 1/87

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Hi,

 

because of the lack of helicopter kits in "my" scale, i decided to help myself when i got the plans of a paper model from a fellow modeller

 

first some WIP pics

 

 

 

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finished

 

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Cheers and happy modelling

 

Macki

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Really impressive. Liberation from the tyranny of kits. Once you've finished your first scratchbuild, you realise that anything is possible.

 

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Wow! Stunning scratch building work Macki. That's real modelling skill.

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Brilliant model making, best scratch made model this month, odd scale, taking its a war-game scale 😊

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Simply stunning. Well done for doing something so unique.

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Super impressive. One day when I've got the hang of building kits without destroying them I will try a bit of scratch building...       Excellent work!

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As always, Macki, beautiful work and pictures.

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4 hours ago, Gerrardandrews said:

Brilliant model making, best scratch made model this month, odd scale, taking its a war-game scale 😊

 

It's the common modell railroad HO scale. Well known by Märklin, Fleischman and Trix. Lots of cars, trucks an buildings are also made in this scale.

Roco (Herpa mowdays) was big in this scale concerning military vehicles...

 

For sure, brilliant model making!

 

/André

 

http://www.smallscalehobbies.com/minitanks-herpa-roco/

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Nice piece of modelling and excellent result!

J-W

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Hello Macki,

My compliments on this scratch build. Regards, Orion / The Netherlands.

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Modelling by excellence!

You make it look so easy, when I can well imagine all what it takes!!!

Congratulations

 

JR

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Great scratch building there, nice one

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That's impressive, and I can't even imagine how much of it was done!

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Amazing build, an inspiration in to what can be done with a bit of plastic :)

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I can see a lot of work in your model. well done, it is a cracking model and a pleasant display as well.

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Great scratch building, really inspirationsl.

 

Cheers

 

John

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I say. What a thrilling piece of work!

Tony

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Hi,

 

thanks for your positiv feedback and the likes, that's the reward for the efforts :D

 

Cheers

 

Macki

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Scratch building is the most satisfying form of modelling for me. This is a really excellent demonstration of what can be done with plastic. First class in every way.

 

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I second Phoenix's comments above. Always nice to see scratchbuilt projects, especially to this standard.

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Wow! That is just some brilliant work. I wish I had even 10% of the skills you've demonstrated here.  Great photos of it 'in the field' also. 

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