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One of the most realistic AFV models I've seen

August 15 2012 at 12:45 PM

Roy Sutherland  (Login roysutherl)
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Response to Three and a half year project finally complete

A stunning amount of work, and the attention paid to every single part is mind boggling. I can't imagine how you found the time and patience. Superb. Even the drape of the cables is totally convincing.

A model that rewards the viewer more the longer he looks at it. Right!

Happy Modelling! Roy
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"What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger. I think that's why they make straight jackets out of such sturdy material" Roy S.

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