Richards Dragon Donkey Modification

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Great work richard , the jars look amazing , cheers tony
 

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Love the way you have adapted the donkey, very nice. Certainly has the look of most donkeys when overloaded Richard.
 

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Thanks Guys, was wanting to reply sooner but was offline for a while. I think the donkey has had enough here and will migrate to the North African build post. Much easier to concentrate all into just the dio.

Here he is making a racket of a noise behind his owner...

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Richard
 

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That looks great Richard......he appears to be appropriately pissed at having to pack such a load! :smiling3:
Rick H.
 

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Wait until he just refuses to move !
 

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Thanks Jim, Rick and John,

I think that's what the group of Afrika Korp are watching and waiting to happen. That's gonna be my new take on the dio with the unit looking at this Arab just walking into their camp towards the well. I guess the well belongs to everyone in the desert which the Germans will soon find out.

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Thanks Fernando, except it didn't turn out looking like Eddie Murphy :tears-of-joy: Thank goodness it looks like a donkey.

Pop over to the North African Build where I continue the progress...

Cheers,
Richard
 
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