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Postby edthebeast » Wed 14 May 2014 23:09

Post your plastic model kits here!

My mi-26 is nearing completion, it's 1:72, so it's huge, and I'll post pics when it's done. Also, can anyone post a link to a website selling 1:72 wargame-era or later tanks and APCs? Preferably soviet/russian,would be much appreciated.

but without further ado, let's see your models!
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Re: scale modelling

Postby chema1994 » Thu 15 May 2014 13:17

I have never built one but I will probably buy one model someday so my stand doesn't looks so sad :D

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Re: scale modelling

Postby Azaz3l » Thu 15 May 2014 13:24

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Re: scale modelling

Postby panzersaurkrautwefer » Thu 15 May 2014 13:46

HAI GUYS ARE WE TALKING ABOUT MODEL TANKS? BECAUSE I DO THAT

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I mostly do wargaming miniatures, but the one place I can get more than primary color paints here is a Tamiya store, and I decided to give bigger models a whirl. My "ultimate" project is to replicate my tank, but I haven't found the right add-ons yet.
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Re: scale modelling

Postby Graphic » Thu 15 May 2014 13:54

Last fall I built a Sheridan model (don't act surprised) but I never got to finish it. I still need to apply the decals and add some details with dry brushing.

It's this model:

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The most detailed one I could find on the Sheridan. Took 3 weeks to arrive from Koreeer.

I might take a picture of mine to post
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Re: scale modelling

Postby Mad22 » Thu 15 May 2014 16:24

Graphic wrote:Last fall I built a Sheridan model (don't act surprised) but I never got to finish it. I still need to apply the decals and add some details with dry brushing.

It's this model:

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The most detailed one I could find on the Sheridan. Took 3 weeks to arrive from Koreeer.

I might take a picture of mine to post


Do it.

Anyhow. Only tanks I have some lovely aircraft but no tanks. Now I want tanks. MmmmM tanks.
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Re: scale modelling

Postby Killertomato » Thu 15 May 2014 16:35

I want to do this so badly but I have the unerring ability to trash every kit I buy...
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Re: scale modelling

Postby DeuZerre » Thu 15 May 2014 16:58

Killertomato wrote:I want to do this so badly but I have the unerring ability to trash every kit I buy...

Haven't made scaled models for years because the few I had (a ship, a churchill, a Spitfire) broke.
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Re: scale modelling

Postby Rorschach » Thu 15 May 2014 17:45

Bookmarked for when I get my Chally 2 done :D
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Re: scale modelling

Postby edthebeast » Thu 15 May 2014 18:29

Rorschach wrote:Bookmarked for when I get my Chally 2 done :D

what scale? I'm,going for uniform,size, so,please say 1:72 or 1:76.....
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