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"Road To München" Gaz-67B 1/48 scale.

October 26 2009 at 6:27 PM

Joaquin Gª Gazquez  (Login Joaquinsig)
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Hi my Friends,

I like to show you the pictures of my last vignette finished, this will be ruffle in our XII Modelling Meeting Almeria 2009, it will be place next weekend.

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I hope you like it.

Best Regards.

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Pat Johnston
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Hi Joaquin...

October 26 2009, 9:01 PM 

I think it's gorgeous!

Great great work, JQN. I am a big fan of your models.

Cheers, my friend, Pat

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Domingo Hernández
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Amazing job

October 27 2009, 4:17 AM 

Very weel done Joaquín, I love all the details, nice price for the meeting.


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Murat Özgül
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plain but...

October 27 2009, 9:04 AM 

looks EXCELLENT!... congrats joaquin.


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Lars Richter
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Hola JQN,

October 27 2009, 9:43 AM 

ey, simple scene....but: a great impression of life! I love the figure. Yery well done JQN!



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David Grummitt
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Superb stuff

October 27 2009, 12:01 PM 

Wonderful work, really neat little scene.

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Erik Helm
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October 27 2009, 2:07 PM 

I love it ! Small scene but with big effect. Love the dust-touch on the vehicle (but still mentioned this last time) and also I love this terrific figure. Great painting and greatest modeling !

all best


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Luciano Rodriguez
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Fabulous painting

October 27 2009, 2:47 PM 


A perfect sample of how to display elements intimately related. The work on the ground really gives sense to the weathering on the car (and vice versa) and the figure adds life to the whole pack. A neat little scene only one true Master Modeller can make.

Congrats amigo.

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Rick Lawler
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Just perfect.

October 28 2009, 9:06 AM 

You really have demonstrated the effectiveness of a small base; perfect balance of all of the elements.

Congrats to you and the winner of the raffle.




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Joaquin Gª Gazquez
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Thanks All.

October 29 2009, 4:29 AM 

Hi My Friends,

Thanks a lot by your words, Im very happy with this.

Pat, Im flattered woth your words, thanks a lot.
Domingo, Do you will assits to the contest? wink.gif
Murat, Yes its true, plain ever is better.
Lars, I think also the figure is the better, but is not mine!!
David, in any case the neat is necessary.
Erik, thanks a lot, the vehicle dust is mine but not the figure sad.gif
Lu, thanks for your words, you have a falcon eye, is very important to continue, the ground colors with the vehicle dust color, this way all together works better.
Rick, my friend, thanks to you also, but I think is not perfect, maybe next work wink.gif

Thanks all again and Best Regards.

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