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September 9 2017 at 4:41 PM
Bill Scriven  (Login billscriven)
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Response to Best way to display an interior of an AFV?

... cutaway. Chop out part of the side, and perhaps include one or two crew figures sitting in the rear which would help show how cramped it is. You could also cut away part of the driving compartment to allow a view into the interior. I recall seeing a 1:72 model of a Flower Class Corvette at Telford that had various bits of the hull opened up so that you could see the interior (lit by LEDs) that the builder had modelled, and very impressive it was. Of course, you do end up compromising the model, but that may be a price you are willing to pay.


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  1. Crew figures as really a must - Simon Barnes on Sep 10, 2017, 11:24 AM

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