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Staaken R.IV crew painted

June 19 2012 at 11:17 PM

Dan Smith  (Login NinetyThirdLiberator)
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All,

It's hard to get a good picture so you'll have to trust me that these little guys do look better in real life...especially when looking at them from a "normal" distance. I've forgotten how small 1/72nd scale figures are...you need to over emphasize things to make them "pop". Not sure if I succeeded but here you go!


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I gave them varied garb thinking the mechanics might wear different materials etc. I also splurged and gave those wearing muffs different colors. My story is that this crew, like many, were a bit superstitious and so each member had a different color neck warmer.

I'm sticking to it.

Thanks for looking.

 
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