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Canadian Universal Carrier 48scale / Finish

October 27 2009 at 4:50 PM
Erik Helm  (Login Erik-Helm)
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Hello friends,

I think I could say it is finished. Please, look here at the English-GB DG.

http://www.network54.com/Forum/652033/message/1256676361/Canadian+Universal+Carrier+48scale+-+Finish

DSC03282_.jpg?t=1256675639

Hope you like it and every suggestions or comments are very welcome.

best regards

Erik happy.gif

 
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Pat Johnston
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Love this, Erik.

October 27 2009, 6:08 PM 

Hi Erik;

Please go see my post on the Commonwealth DG, you will see how I feel about this model.

Awesome work, my friend. Just awesome.

Cheers, Pat

 
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Erik Helm
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Hello Pat,

October 29 2009, 5:15 AM 

yes sure, I read your kindly words. Thanks a lot, these means much to me as I'm always a fan of your fantastic quarter-jobs.
Very nice, that you like it.

cheers my friend and the next Canuck (I love this word) will come, that's sure.

Erik happy.gif

 
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Bruce Culver
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Very nicely done, Erik.....

October 27 2009, 6:58 PM 

A beautiful build and nice vignette, and don't Tim's tracks really make that kit? happy.gif

 
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Erik Helm
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Oh yes,

October 29 2009, 5:18 AM 

that out of question ! Tim's tracks are fantastic, looks so much better as the kit-parts and fit perfect. Lovely stuff, you can't go wrong.
Thanks for your words.

cheers Erik

 
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Masanori Sato
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Splendid work

October 27 2009, 7:44 PM 

Dear Erik,

You show the splendid work.
I want to watch the pics of other angles.

Best regards,

Masanori Sato(Toku)

 
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Erik Helm
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Thanks,

October 29 2009, 5:20 AM 

and did you follow the link to the GB ?? There're much more photos of different angles.

cheers Erik

 
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Domingo Hernández
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Lovely work

October 28 2009, 4:05 AM 

I love your pretty scene and the composition. You have done an excellent work here and I Keep the photos on my HD.

Congratulations my friend

 
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Xavier Ruiz
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Re: Canadian Universal Carrier 48scale / Finish

October 28 2009, 5:21 AM 

hi Erik

beautiful scene, congratulations on the whole

xavier

 
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David Grummitt
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Wonderful

October 28 2009, 7:12 AM 

Hi Erik
Great stuff. Your models are top quality, but the vignettes are really taking things to the next level. The figures and groundwork are great.
David

 
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Erik Helm
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Dom, Xavier and David

October 29 2009, 5:22 AM 

thanks very much that you like the scene. Was a funny project and I'm eager to start a new quarter model as soon as possible.
Also thanks for the support and helpings hand for painting figs.


cheers friends

Erik


    
This message has been edited by Erik-Helm on Oct 29, 2009 5:27 AM


 
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Luciano Rodriguez
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Good work!

October 28 2009, 9:27 AM 

Erik,

Good work! I like the scene and this one meains to me a big improvement in your finishes compared with former works. I agree with David and think the making of the scene put your effort in a higher level too. You worked qa lot on this one and think the reward can be seen here clearly.

Also think you are making the right decission by being patient in regards of figure painting and do not giving up yet, because I am sure practice will give you the key of success in that field too. Good attitude I think. wink.gif

Well done amigo.
Lu

 
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Erik Helm
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Lu,

October 29 2009, 5:24 AM 

very nice that you found so kindly words for all. And yes, I agree, it was a good decision to try a few figs. And for sure they will be not the last ones. Figs and base are always the special to finish a model to a complete end.

Thanks for all support and hope we can watch the next very soon.

all best

Erik

 
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javier soler
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very nice

October 31 2009, 6:00 PM 

That is a very nice scene!

It must be really small, but it perfectly represents the atmosphere of the desert. I like it very much.

Congrats!

 
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Michael Rinaldi
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A late reply

November 5 2009, 2:53 PM 

Wanted to say this is very nice indeed Erik, and the entire scene is very well done and thought out. Elevating the base and the two levels works perfectly here.

Congrats on this project.

Best,

Mike

 
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