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Italeri DUKW and Sturmpanzer IV

July 9 2012 at 5:03 PM
Craig Gormley  (Login CraigGormley)
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Hello, I have been following this forum for a while now, and thought it was time to post a few of my models. I hope you find them of interest.

Italeri DUKW with Milicast stowage

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Italeri Sturmpanzer IV with Preiser figure

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I am currently finishing a Hasegawa Crusader MkIII with scratchbuilt sand shields, and will post photos when complete.

 
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elliott winthrop
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They look great Craig

July 9 2012, 10:18 PM 

Welcome,
the stowage & weathering on the DUKW is well done
as is the Camo on the Brummbar
the only thing would have been to sand the sprocket teeth down smaller.
Do post your Crusader with WIP on the sandshields
Cheers for posting
Elliott

 
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Gianni Fiani
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great work

July 10 2012, 2:32 AM 

and also the great dukv brumbar is a good job considering the kit is very old ..... in fact it was ok if the teeth of the front wheel had been more subtle.
However, congratulations!

 
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