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Re: 1/35 tiger 1

Postby gibbs » Sun Sep 09, 2012 8:32 pm

TRDG wrote:THanks for the close uppics, now I can see the detail Gibbs, NICE build, love the cobblestones on the scene you made.

Almost begs for a T-34 build and expand it my friend!!! (hint hint) ;) :twisted:

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Tom


I'm glad you like it unfortunately I haven't got a kit of a T34 but I have got a SU-100, but my next build is tamiya King tiger if you are interested in me doing something like this for that build here

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although their is the possibility of me building a brummbar at some point I just need to sort a few bits out for that one
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Re: 1/35 tiger 1

Postby TRDG » Sun Sep 09, 2012 8:53 pm

I'd love it!! I mentioned the T-34 because of the pic from your figure box, might make it even better as to who they were fleeing from that knocked out their "impervious" Tiger.

Cheers, to a new thread when you get to it, love a Brumbar as well, or the SU as the "Beast killer" as they were known for!!

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Re: 1/35 tiger 1

Postby gibbs » Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:59 pm

TRDG wrote:I'd love it!! I mentioned the T-34 because of the pic from your figure box, might make it even better as to who they were fleeing from that knocked out their "impervious" Tiger.

Cheers, to a new thread when you get to it, love a Brumbar as well, or the SU as the "Beast killer" as they were known for!!

Tom


I've made a start on the king tiger how do you want me to post it as their seems to be an interest in by builds I am thinking would it be better if I started a thread titled something like gibbs's workbench and just posting all my builds in one thread do you guys think it would be better if I posted a seperate thread per build
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Re: 1/35 tiger 1

Postby TRDG » Mon Sep 10, 2012 11:50 pm

I'd say separate threads myself so members and viewers who are cruising the site can see what type of model it is per thread they could take a peek at.

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