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WIP: Bronekater BK 1125

January 21 2007 at 4:54 PM
Sven Frisch  (Login SvenFrisch)
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Dear Braillers,
Last time I kindly received the permission to post my Bronekater pictures here - even though it is only a "floating tank", so here are the pictures of my latest progress. The painting is almost done, I might have to do some final touches, but I'll put it away for a short while. In the meantime it would be very nice to hear your thoughts. Comments are highly appreciated !
Thanks for looking and Cheers !

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David Clark
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January 21 2007, 5:30 PM 


That looks great. I particularly like the realistic wear on the rubbing strakes (if that's what the rails on the hull are called).

Have you got any ideas for crew figures? I like to populate my models - more to give an idea of scale than anything.

My kit still hasn't arrived but it should be here soon.


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Jean-Claude Glineur
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Re: WIP: Bronekater BK 1125

January 22 2007, 4:29 AM 


Magnificent and truly refreshing.
What scale is it and do you plan a dio?



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Ken (Cpl) Overby
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Jean-Claude, it's 1/72...................n/t

January 22 2007, 12:18 PM 


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