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January 16 2012 at 1:52 PM

William De Coster  (Login eazyprinz)
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Response to William...this one's for you...

That's very impressive work !

Still !

It looks so good, I would say typical Fe-2b - and that is quite something coming from nada - I think the small fuselage would be the most difficult thing on this build, with that strange shape... so I don't think 16 million struts would be a challenge for you... unless maybe NOT falling asleep over it as it can get a bit boring happy.gif

Thanks for posting here Dan, so I don't have to walk/click so far away to strange shores

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William De Coster / Belgium be.png / previous builds on HS : Plastic Stories

1/72 - Airfix, Hasegawa(modern tool) - Mitsubishi A6M2b Zero : Part I - Part II ( incl. Belgian Scale Modellers Convention 2011 show report) Part III/End new.gif
1/72 - Hasegawa(old tool) - Mitsubishi A6M2 : Part I new.gif
1/72 - AGA - Polikarpov I-3 : Part I - Part II - Part III - Part IV - Part V

Just like the perfect woman doesn't exist, I will never build a perfect model.
Puts me on a par with God

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