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Paulster

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  1. AAHHHHBULLSHITCHOOO!!! Hate those surprise sneezes.
  2. It was a 1950's design. It's a light tank. The French were poorly under armored until the Le Clerc arrived on the scene.
  3. Been awhile. Except for the barrels it is oob. So…. I guess it's not oob. Used Vallejo Air colors and Silly Putty for mask. Behind the TC's search light lens is foil from a candy wrapper. Copula vision ports are a mix of Tamiya clear green and blue that I went to heavy on.
  4. Looks great. BTW, Happy belated Birthday wishes.
  5. The entire lower hull of my Trumpeter T-69 tank. Assembled, puttied, sanded, cool. Washed it to get all the sanding dust off. Put in on the hood of Mommas truck to dry. Came back out a while later, 45 minutes, and her truck was gone. Quick trip to store. Got on bike and found what was left about 3 blocks away.
  6. Base was really fun to do. I cut and profiled from birch(beech?) wood. Took first place last Saturday at the San Diego Expo.
  7. Looks like a great show with some great builds. Thanks for taking the time to post the pictures. I know it can take some time.
  8. Time to post a finished product. The construction link is below. http://forum.largescalemodeller.com/topic/2999-m6-anti-tank-dodge/page-2?&p=59412
  9. Had to add 2 more items. Just don't know when to quit. Found that Legends makes an early "C" rations set. Had to have one of those. Very nicely detailed resin boxes with decals included. Great stuff. Now a helmet. A Japanese company called "Feeling Parts" has a US sling set that include helmets and liners. The liners and slings are made of what appears to be rice paper and assemble like the real deal. Wanting a "netted" helmet, I used the Verlinden netting and screening material. I used diluted white glue to attach to helmet. I placed the C ration box in the bed and ca'd the helmet in front of the drivers position. Done! Done! I swear this time! 4 1/2 years and done!!
  10. Outstanding builds there. That Hellenic Phantom stood out to me also.
  11. We have a member of Pendleton AMPS that has a 3D printer. Brought it in for a demo. Quite impressed. His was 3 grand though.
  12. Welcome to LSM. Thanks for joining. How about going to the "Say hello" forum and introducing yourself. And to answer your question, probably not anytime soon.
  13. You'll have to change your web site name to "Doogs Jugs"
  14. Micro Mark is who I suggest. http://www.micromark.com/SearchResult.aspx?deptIdFilter=0&searchPhrase=resin+casting
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