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Thread: The sign said 1.5 not 15 Ton.
25/09/2017 19:43:02

Keith

I think this is a happy accident that adds more depth and character to the build. the guys have given you some great ideas for enhancing/improving the issue also. Here are a couple of photos of the moat by the Menin Gate. Not much difference reallywinkyes

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Good luck with whatever you decide

Steve

Thread: Geronimo!
25/09/2017 19:34:07

Peter

It's amazing what you you can find in a bin nowadaysface 20

Another stand out piece of work my friend. Now where's that horse?wink

Steve

Thread: Pete's M7 "Priest"
24/09/2017 20:27:40

Cheers Frank. I appreciate ityesbeer

Thread: 2 StuGs and a Sturm-Infanteriegeschz 33 B 1942/3 Stalingrad (JR )
24/09/2017 09:25:30

Have a look at Si's Hobbyboss Vk 1601 Pz.kpfw. Ausf.J. That's probably the best way to go.

**LINK**

24/09/2017 07:33:33

JR

A wonderful start on the Sig. Sorry I wasnt around to hep out on the exhausts but you have sorted them out well. You may all ready have this photo of the rear end

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As for the tracks dont forget the extra kinks for the sag. Also dont glue the two halves of the top idlers together fully because once you get a few layers of paint on them and the tracks, its a bitch to get the tracks into the idler gap.

Keep it comin mate

Steve

Thread: Geronimo!
24/09/2017 07:21:24

Peter

A great choice of figure. Your display cabinet must have quite an eclectic look about it. Great start on the face. Will he be riding a Mini Art horse?face 20

Steve

Thread: Old Wings of the Fleet (Bi-plane GB)
24/09/2017 07:18:10

Bobby

I have had the same problems myself with photo uploads. Originally it was down to my download speeds. I used to have around 6 megs or whatever its called, download speed and it took 5 minutes to download 5 x 1meg pictures on the site

I then went over to fast broadband, about 40 megs, and they downloaded within seconds. However I then brought an up to date camera which takes 6meg pictures and Millimods cannot handle me downloading five photos at a time.

I therefore reduce it to four at a time. However there are times when Millimod cant handle that either and I have to go down to three. Hope this helps.

By the way your description of the build is wonderful. Sounds amazingwink

Steve

Thread: POLIKARPOV 1 -153 CHAIKA (JR)
24/09/2017 07:10:51

John

Well didnt she turn out well!. Sorry to have missed the final reveal as I was visiting the British Outposts in Southern Spainface 20. I real credit to you, to be able to model in such a small scale. A well deserved response from all the guys. Well done mate

I see the Stug's are back in town so I will see how you are getting on.

Steve

Thread: sd.kfz.251/20 UHU
24/09/2017 07:06:03

Scottie

Terrific work on the lamp. I hope the camo goes well for you.

It's probably to late in the day now but there are some line drawings here which maybe of some use to you in the Infa Red section

**LINK**

Steve

Thread: Pz.Kpfw VI Tiger I early version Fujimi 1:72
24/09/2017 07:02:21

Joe - Many thanks my friend. I am glad you like ityes

Fernando - I am glad the pickies have helped. Thanks for the feedbackbeer

Sjors - Indeed I am! I have certainly caught the 1 72 building buglaugh. However 1 35 will always be my first choice

Thread: A27M Cromwell Mk.IV Cruiser tank.
24/09/2017 06:59:26

Neo

I have only just come across your blog. Absolutely amazing work. The boxes have come out well. Here is a link to my Cromwell walk around but it may be too late as you seem to have everything in hand

**LINK**

Steve

Thread: No tusks and blubber (BiplaneGB17)
24/09/2017 06:53:35

Richard

A wonderful update. The engine is a real joy. Good luck with the rest

Steve

Thread: De Havilland DH8.82A Tiger Moth (BiplaneGB17)
24/09/2017 06:52:14

Sean

Nice to see the build finished and some paint work added. I hope you have decals for the lettering. I wouldnt fancy hand painting thosewink

Steve

24/09/2017 06:52:14

Sean

Nice to see the build finished and some paint work added. I hope you have decals for the lettering. I wouldnt fancy hand painting thosewink

Steve

Thread: Eduard Airco DH.2 1/48 (BiplaneGB17)
24/09/2017 06:49:39

Jim

A stunning build. I have really enjoyed following this one. The base will set it off a treat. Hope you had a great holiday.

Steve

Thread: Preparing for the worst...Reforger M60A3
24/09/2017 06:47:58

Alistair

You are going from strength to strength. A good call on the camo as the figures have turned out really well

Steve

Thread: Any tips on dealing with really small construction?
24/09/2017 06:45:59

Blimey! You dont 'arf learn a lot on this site. Great advice guysyesbeer

Steve

Thread: Takom Tiger 2 Repair dio
24/09/2017 06:44:33

Michael

A great update. I am glad the tracks are going well

Steve

Thread: The sign said 1.5 not 15 Ton.
24/09/2017 06:43:01

Keith

The water is wonderful. No idea how you got the ripple effect but it looks like the real deal. Every update is a joy to see. The guys have said it all. Well done siryes

Steve

Thread: Red Army Junior Lieutenant: Barbarossa!
24/09/2017 06:40:32

Jason

I am glad you have managed to sort out the issues on the tunic. It was well worth doing as the final result is a lot better. I hope the rest goes better for you

Steve

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