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Posted: Nov 16 2012, 06:21 PM
Member No.: 87
Joined: 24-March 06
Although I've helped airbrush and weather a three foot long, pre assembled, 1/72 scale u-boat this is the first time I've gone through the process of actually building something of this size. There are things to nitpick of course. For starters I've not touched armor for a looong while and I'm sure a more competant modeler can do a better job with the turret. It's tough balancing the heavy figure with my holder (a used brush handle) during painting and I had to work fast. The divisonal patch is printed on paper, coated with Future and glued on to the "triangle" on the arm. Can't find a decal in this scale and I don't trust my freehand painting design. Clear plastic glued on to the goggles frame completes the helmet. C&C most welcomed.