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Hetzer completed [I think]

October 26 2009 at 3:45 AM
Ian Cowley  (Login ianacowley)
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Hi All,

Well I think its over - my first go at quarter scale... I must admit its whetted my appetite for another (I do have a Tamiya 48th Panther in the stash). I have to find a good scheme for it. Anyway I'm comfortable with the outcome of the hetzer - not comp quality but I think it looks OK for a first attempt. Its been an interesting experience upscaling from braille scale.

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Xavier Ruiz
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mini leopard

October 27 2009, 6:38 AM 

hi Ian

beautiful model. I love the camouflage.

greetings Xavier

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Luciano Rodriguez
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Well done!

October 27 2009, 2:27 PM 


I really hope you are satisfied with the result because I would be if I were you. I like the finish on this one, running gear particularly. I also hope this will be the beginning of a nice and long partnership with 1/48th scale AFV modelling by your side. happy.gif

Well done amigo.

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