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Dragon Imperial StuG III Ausf F/8

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Johnny Gers18/10/2011 17:45:59
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really good work Andy. Like what you did with the gun.

thanks Johnny
Tim White 118/10/2011 18:49:31
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Great progress and, as the guys have said, top job with the gun mounting.
Wouter18/10/2011 19:48:41
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Hiya Andy: this is a great project mate. And a lot of extra candy...something which I a lot
keep it up ^^
Andy Leffler19/10/2011 20:23:46
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Johnny- Thanks mate!!!
Tim- Glad you liked the outcome! Whew... thanks!
Wouter- Thanks for the nice words... happy to have you aboard. I rather to drink beer than eating candies and I am sure you agree...
Guys- Little update... I think the building stage is completed except for the fruil tracks of course.
I didn't like the gaps on the front top part of the hull. .. they are not supposed to be there. So I had to take get rid of those gaps...

Using scretched sprue and lots of Tamiya extra thin cement to make weld seams between both sides...
I am pleased with the result... I may need to come back and work again when they are dry.

Unfortunately I will not be able to post an update for next 7-8 days. Leaving for Salt Lake City in Utah for a conference... heard it is very beautiful out there. Of course I will be visiting Mil Mod from my hotel room when I have the chance!
Thanks for looking again!
SteveM19/10/2011 20:29:27
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Really good technique on the weld seams Andy, I'm going to seal that one, not that there are many welds on 1/144 aircraft, which seem to make up most of my stash at the moment
Tim White 119/10/2011 20:33:10
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Top job on the weld seams, they look great. Utah?.
John Barr20/10/2011 03:03:23
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Nice welding and space filling Andy. Enjoy Utah.
Andy Leffler20/10/2011 03:50:07
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Steve- Thanks for stopping by! The thinner the easier the sprue is it will be easier. Happy to share tips that I have learned from others.
Tim- Unfortunately Utah... but heard it is very beautiful out there. My wife is joining me for first three days so she can visit her brother she hasn't seen in TEN years. Of course I am going to smuggle some beer... not sure if it is legal out there. LOL
John- Thanks buddy!
Ross Moore20/10/2011 08:13:32
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Looking good mate, metal barrel does improve the look I reckon.

Craig Hiscock20/10/2011 16:34:50
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Some real nice work on the welds Andy

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