...the results of his blog
...the results of his blog Germany - World War 2
|Robin Buckland||28/02/2012 19:01:32|
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It's a pleasure to be able to present a photo feature showing the end result of another of Craig's blogs. This is the Tamiya Marder IIIM which he completed before he injured his hand recently. I know we all wish him well and a full recovery soon, so he can get back to the bench.
|Tim White 1||28/02/2012 19:05:54|
15142 forum posts
Congratulations on the feature, up to your normal stellar standards. I think we should all give him a big hand.
Top job, mate.
|Craig Hiscock||28/02/2012 19:15:37|
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Thanks Robin and Tim , i must just say before anyone pick up on it is this is intended for a small dio of which work has stopped for a wee while hence the bottom run of the tracks looking a little awry
|Neil doman||28/02/2012 19:45:54|
2866 forum posts
Great to see a photo feature of your Marder Craig and very well done with the Camo.
|Craig Hiscock||28/02/2012 20:24:30|
17617 forum posts
Thank you Neil
|Andy Leffler||29/02/2012 05:02:26|
1137 forum posts
Congrats! Don't we love those Tamiya kits? It has been on my wish list for a while... maybe I will see one at vendors tables at upcoming model shows this spring.
1514 forum posts
Missed the blog, but great end result - I Like!!!
Great detailed clutter - I bow to a master.
2110 forum posts
It looks very good, I do like the camo! But a great weathering job too... Delicious!
All the Best,
|1145 forum posts|
Top notch result Congratulations on a well deserved feature
|Tony Dill 2||02/03/2012 06:17:25|
5548 forum posts
As usual a totally stunning job to you and a great PF. I do like the "dark" back drop you have used - classy!
Have a whole buncha 's and acouple of these too, mate
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