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  • Birthday 11/30/2003

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  1. Ok everyone, I've figured out the plot for World Domination. He's building this missile in the guise of a model but when it's done he'll point it at the nearest government building and demand a transfer of power to him. You've been rumbled, now we know the reason for such ultra detailing. Great work mate, keep it up
  2. Great work Keith, the weathering sets off the vehicle very nicely. I plan to do the Zvezda one in Indian colours later
  3. Hi all, sorry if I have not been too active on here as I was busy. However, I did make this T-72A from Trumpeter in Indian Army colours. Comments and critique welcome. Pre-weathering Post weathering:
  4. Looks like it's coming along well. What colours do you plan to do it in
  5. Nice work with the MiniArt M2. I binned mine and jury rigged an MG42 I had lying around from another kit. I was surprised at it, given how I have made Tamiya's Russian vehicles and the DShK on them is quite good, despite being a harder gun to mold than the M2... Looking forward to seeing the dio
  6. Wow. Looks absolutely stunning Great work
  7. Wow, that's a neat little machine. Don't know if it'll be of interest to you, but here is a picture of an Indian one. Photo taken by me.
  8. Looks great, maybe brighter lighting for your photos may be a good idea
  9. Wow, great work Carius. We have a captured example here in my town, which admittedly is in worse shape, but the small details have been captured very well by you
  10. Going great Vytautas. I agree about stories adding another layer to the model, this is often the case with real vehicles as well. Looking forward to seeing this completed
  11. Herr Metalpig has listened to the people. Hurrah for Democracy...
  12. Petition to rename this thread to Gaffing Around Superthread with occasional Tiger building
  13. Ahh, M47 Pattons. Our extremely friendly western neighbor used them in 1965 and 1971. At the battle of Asal Uttar, so many Pattons were knocked out by us that a graveyard of them was formed. It was called Patton Nagar (city of Pattons) Interesting build and lovely work.
  14. The stamped star would be from T-26-4 (the one with the howitzer in the turret. I believe these had the same turret, so....
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