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FrancisGL

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  1. Hi Gary, You have all the reason in my opinion, the tanks are more "suffered", and hold almost everything we throw on them ... lol, which does not mean they are easy to do, and that they are "decent". Not bad at all, especially the Panther, the Chaffee, I have an equal in the forum, but in "winter camo", I put some new tracks afterwards, because the ones I had were a real ruin, and ended up splitting. For my taste, something clean, (it is not critical) but that is very subjective. After 30 years making airplanes, it is impossible that the tanks that you make are bad, because of all that experience, you can extrapolate something without a doubt. For what you comment, you're a lucky man, 2 of 2 prizes, bingo ... lol, I've never won anything, although I have not submitted to any contest, because there is nothing worthwhile here, and I do not think I will win anyway. Cheers Gary.
  2. Many thanks for your kind words, i'm glad you ilke it, You are right, the figures give a touch that can not be achieved without them. Cheers Hewy
  3. Absolutely superb, nothing to object, for me it is a magnificent representation of the Tiger, which perfectly shows the strength of the brute. Cheers mate
  4. Many thanks for your kind words, i'm glad you like it, You have every reason, a base and some figure enriches any piece, no matter how good or bad it may be. Cheers Pete
  5. A scene with a lot of strength and intensity, how much work with so many figures, I would have gone completely crazy already ... lol, I only made 3 for my first vignette (result of the PzIV GB already finished), and that I have posted in this section in addition to the AFVs RFI, and it has cost me a lot to finish them. Cheers Ozzy
  6. Many thanks as always for your kind comments, and that you liked the process / result of the model (I confess, that even I like ...). I found the reference of the set of figures that is Dragon 6016 (1993), in case it is useful for you. I do not rule out making some other base for the previous kits or the new ones (if I do something else), and include some figure (of the easy ones ... lol), if I am capable. Cheers Badder.
  7. Many thanks for your kind words, i'm glad you like it. The umbrella was going to be from PE, but before the extreme weakness of the material, the top part was made of fiber, although I think it was very convincing. Cheers Hewy
  8. A great result!, very well finished, winter look is very real for my taste. Like me a lot. Cheers Tim
  9. Many thanks for your kind words, i'm glad you like it, I would like very much to see how it will look when you decide to do it. Cheers Pete
  10. Very well achieved the desired appearance of abandonment and aging, but I wonder, I do not know if the tires on the Quad were solid, and even then, should not the rubber be "rotten", deflated, or more dirty? ... assuming So it was in reality, it is an easy detail to fix. Cheera mate
  11. An "ugly" vehicle for my taste, but a vignette very good in all its aspects, the vehicle is very well finished and the figure looks fantastic. Cheers mate
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