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  1. Dennis, Beautiful work! You are making some fantastic progress. Thank you for sharing your photos, though I am sorry for your loss. I am sure your Grandfather would be very proud of you bringing his history to life in such a manner. Sincerely, Tom
  2. Outstanding work! I really enjoy working in this scale—and your build shows just how much detail you can add. Will you be using the kit tracks, or aftermarket? Cheers, Tom
  3. Thank you! That is very flattering, and the best that I can aspire to. It was fun getting this one dirty. Certainly an arena for creativity! Cheers, Tom
  4. Thanks Martin! It was fun to finish. Hope you are doing well! Cheers, Tom
  5. Thanks! Military vehicles of several nations in Afghanistan used them to hold glow sticks at night. Pretty ingenious! Cheers, Tom
  6. Barry, Stellar work. You have taken scratchbuilding this tank to a whole new level, and your photos here are just the tip of the iceberg! Rock on! Cheers, Tom
  7. Thanks Maru! Cheers, Tom
  8. Fantastic work! This is a great subject, and Tamiya makes this as a 1/16 scale RC version if you are so inclined! Cheers, Tom
  9. This looks epic! Great subject, and I know you can do this. Cheers, Tom
  10. Thanks for the kind comments! I’m glad I saw this one through. Cheers, Tom
  11. Thanks Brian! Trumpeter released it several years ago as a Dutch version then later the German counterpart. The Fennek is definitely a charismatic vehicle! Cheers, Tom
  12. This is the Trumpeter 1/35 Fennek, in service with the German Army in Afghanistan. The kit is extremely detailed, with a virtually complete unseen interior. Fit is generally good, but why have one sprue attachment point when three will work? In other words, lot's of cleanup! In any case, this was a fun build of a very charismatic subject. I added the anti-slip texture, lead foil belts, the side window shades, the front wheel brush guards, and the tow cable. I also used custom mixed Tamiya paints and DES wheels. Cheers, Tom
  13. Excellent job! Cheers, Tom
  14. Welcome back! Absolutely amazing build and graphics! Cheers, Tom
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