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How dirty should stuff get?

October 17 2000 at 4:38 AM
Matt Black  (no login)
from IP address 216.228.104.122

I've been talking with many modelers about this and have gotten many various opinions. Some modelers thing alittle is alot, so go easy on whethering, others say the opposite. Personally, I love to beat up fenders, mud in the tracks, guys with 3 day beards and worn clothes for my dios, but some say this is too much. I figure that war is hell and these guys could care less about being all pretty. What do you think? Should dios be clean or not? Of course, alot would have to do with what's going on in the dio, so lets say Russian front in 42 during the fall.
Thanks,
Matt

 
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  1. Personal choice - Danny on Oct 17, 2000, 5:48 AM
    1. Truth on Uniforms - Ian Sadler on Oct 17, 2000, 11:09 AM
      1. filth vs. clean - Brian J. Kelly on Nov 20, 2000, 1:46 PM
        1. That M60A3TTS was mine - Steve on Nov 21, 2000, 5:33 PM
     
  2. It all depends on... - Rob plas on Oct 17, 2000, 6:22 AM
    1. My dio - Matt Black on Oct 17, 2000, 12:32 PM
      1. About your airbrushproblems - Rob Plas on Oct 17, 2000, 3:18 PM
      2. muddy em up - BRUCE BARBER on Oct 18, 2000, 10:18 AM
        1. My CW stuff - Matt Black on Oct 18, 2000, 6:58 PM
     


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