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Following on from the completion of the B25 is the associated diorama. 

 

Firstly the main event 

 

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and now in its home setting. 

 

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Excellent figures are from Youkei Mura P51 range. The clothing on a couple of the figures is a little shiny and could probably take a toning down other than that im pretty happy. 

 

She will be at Telford next weekend for those interested. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Guest Peterpools

Wonderful dio - so very well done

Peter

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Very well executed! BUT - does anyone have any idea how much a prop for the real thing weighs? If it is more than the average man, that pulley arrangement won't work! (Sorry, my inner engineer is at work here.)

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Phartycr0c,

 

 

A very DYNAMIC and Spectacularly built diorama and your B-25 looks AMAZING together with the figures et al..

 

SUPERB. :wub: :wow: :yahoo:

 

I wish In was going to Telford .it would have been mind-blowing to see  it in person. :whistle:

 

Good luck and if entered in the show I hope you win the 1st prize. :thumbsup:

 

 

BRAVO.... :clap2: :bow: :bow:

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Very well executed! BUT - does anyone have any idea how much a prop for the real thing weighs? If it is more than the average man, that pulley arrangement won't work! (Sorry, my inner engineer is at work here.)

 

Probably right, The kit is designed for use against the P 51 but I thought why not? its something different. I suppose a double pulley arrangement would be ideal but im c**p at scratching such small details  :notworking:      

Thanks all for the positive replies folks.

 

This really did get bogged down with all the interior fitting out, that, when I came to unmasking, could hardly be seen. Anyhow, deadline met, just need somewhere to store it. 

 

Fancying something quicker and smaller next time. Again sorry for being rubbish with the build thread. 

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