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Pz.Kpfw VI Tiger I early version Fujimi 1:72

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Peter Day 112/09/2017 19:00:30
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Stupendous work. Come on, you're lying - it's really 1/35.

Peter.

Scottie12/09/2017 19:09:55
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Steve,


​That is a cracking build mate at any scale, but truly excellent on such a small build.

Scottie

Steve Jones 1213/09/2017 19:31:04
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Peter - Shhhhh. Dont tell everyone. I've got away with it so farface 20laugh

Scottie - Cheers mate. I hope all goes well with the show.

joe strenko19/09/2017 00:18:54
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Steve

Absolutely amazing work and painting at this scale. Truly another masterpiece to Add to the display shelf. Well done 👏👏👏👏

Joe

Fernando Nijhuis23/09/2017 16:47:36
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Superb result Steve,smile p5xstar

The detail makes it look bigger and a nice base too.thumbs up

Oh and thanks for all the reference pics in the blog, always to see the real deal for inspiration.wink 2

Fernando

Sjors Greut23/09/2017 18:56:43
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Steve,

I've been following your build in the shadows, hence my lack of commenting on your fine project...
You have done some amazing wonders at this small scale!
The finish tank looks as it has been completed in the 1/35 scale!

Are you planning to do more in the 1/72 scale or do you prefer 1/35?
Either way, I can't wait to see your next project .

Sjors

Steve Jones 1224/09/2017 07:02:21
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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

Richard Foenander24/09/2017 13:34:20
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C'mon Steve...Peter and I know it's a 1/35th scale photoshop'd and squeezed into a 1/72 frame...face 20

I think you can safely enter it into the 1/35 scale and above catergory and no one will know the difference and only marvel at the detail. Nice one on your first 1/72 scale build. Looking forward to many more.

Cheers,

Richard

Steve Jones 1230/09/2017 05:54:08
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Richard - I wish it was mate - it would have been a lot easierlaugh, Thanks for the feedback

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