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Normandy scene WIP by Apostolis Oikonomou

October 18 2009 at 4:56 PM
petros mitrou  (Login kolosos)
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another almost completed dio by my lazy friend- figure-s still missing
more pics to come when it is done
he keeps modelling in order to have everything ready for the IPMS Greece show, coming next week
any ideas and proposals are more than welcomed

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Erik Helm
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As the one before,

October 19 2009, 3:56 PM 

your friend did always terrific things. Very well detailed and ever a good eye for the scene.
Please, show more.

cheers Erik

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Domingo Hernández
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Re: Normandy scene WIP by Apostolis Oikonomou

October 19 2009, 5:43 PM 

Yes, a green example. The groundwork is amazing, all the components are in a just point.

Congrats for your work.

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Luciano Rodriguez
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Apostolis Style....

October 21 2009, 8:37 AM 


Plese pass my congratulations to Apostolis for me when you have time. He is a very talented modeller undoubtedly with great sense for the scenes.


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