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1964rac

British Soldier Falklands

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Finished this today, thanks to everyone for your help and advice with this one.

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Cheers

Richard

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Moofles, viper-30, Mish, Mikey58

Thanks for the kind comments glad you all like it.

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Richard

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Gerard & jimbuna,

Thanks for posting.

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Richard

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very nice job well done wellzy :headphones:

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Fmansam & Wellzy

Thank you guys very much for the positive feed back.

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Richard

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That's fabulous - love the way you've done the camouflage and he looks absolutely sodden, poor bugger!

Graham

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So there was no kitchen sink with the kit? :innocent:

Brilliant job mate, the camo is fantastic! He really does look like he's up to his nuts in it...makes me feel sorry for the poor sod who gets in his way when he finally makes Stanley!

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Wow, that's very lifelike - the weary, muddied posture, weighed down with kit, but still having that forward-looking, determined look.

Great tribute and a marvellous result.

Al

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Fantastic job, but...

If he's resting his arms on the Gimpy shouldn't the straps be taut? Sorry, but that bit was bugging me... Other than that a really fantastic figure. Puts anything I can do in the half-penny place.

Sorry!

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A fantastic job! You've really captured the right look, and excellent work on the DPM!

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Really nicely done. Captures the effort and weariness that they had to endure to free the Falklands. Great tribute and very atmospheric.

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