About time for another blog i think.
...the results of his blog Germany - World War 2
|Craig Hiscock||16/11/2011 15:53:19|
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Right time for another blog i think.. So may i present to you...
This will be out of the box except for the tracks and what ever else i can improve on from the spares box.
I have made a start on the tracks which are from Modelkasten.. Still a few links to do here.
|Peter C||16/11/2011 16:02:47|
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Nice start Craig. I'm in
|Michael McLaughlin||16/11/2011 16:20:00|
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Great to see this kit blogged
What did you use to fill the ejector pin marks?
I think I have one in my stash
|Shaun Berry||16/11/2011 16:28:13|
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I love these kits. They are a dream to build and look the dogs doodads when you finish them. The tracks will make a big difference.
Looking forward to watching this one.
|Robert Court||16/11/2011 16:32:01|
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Very nice, I'll kick the cat of my chair and take notes, one in the stash
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Always in for one of your builds.
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I'm in mate. I saw Chris S. do a marvallous one at the Scratchmod forum and I think - knowing your work a bit - that you'll do a great job as well. I'll defo be following
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Nice one Craig, this is a nice weapons system, tried and tetsted running gear and that 7.5 Pak 40, should be a good build mate, steady progress and looking good, count me in as part of the crew.
|Tim White 1||16/11/2011 19:43:09|
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Could I first say a very warm welcome to MilMod, I very much hope that you......what?
About time. I'm in and bookmarked for another Hiscock Special.
NB Finally got time whilst away over the weekend to read your article in the magazine, very good indeed, sir.
|Craig Hiscock||16/11/2011 20:10:45|
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Good to have you all along guys, I have to say the fit has been so good i almost feel guilty for not playing with a Tamiya kit for a while now
Cheers Tim very nice of you,, (What you after )
Sorry Mike missed you out there, I actually used Squadron green stuff the picture above is just me being clever and adding a shade of red using PS
Edited By Craig Hiscock on 16/11/2011 20:20:38
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