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Robo

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I finished this a little while ago using Tamiya`s 1/35 ww1 tank incorporating a battery driven drive, which I didn`t want but I built it anyway because it was so well made with all metal parts, also included in the kit was a nicely moulded set of british soldiers. I`d finished the build but then decided to alter the barbed wire layout and add some german soldiers which were a nice set from icm. Had great fun making the barbed wire which turned out just like the real thing, bloody sharp!! The british soldiers were painted as per the instructions, as were the german ones.
 

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Mini Me

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Great job Robert, lots to capture ones interest!:thumb2:
Cheers, Rick H.
 

scottie3158

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Robert,
Nicely done and a warm welcome to the forum look forward to seeing some more builds
 

John Race

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Robert, a nice dio.
Looks suitably muddy.
John.
 

Jim R

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Hi Robert
Love that mud. A lot of action portrayed. Well done.
Jim
 

Robo

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Hi Robert
Love that mud. A lot of action portrayed. Well done.
Jim
Thanks Jim, love doing things like this, the figures fitted into the diorama just right.
 
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