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  1. Hola Senhores, After a week in my old hood of Berlin I restocked some of my needed resin figures for some future projects. Among them where figures for my planned GB entries. I skipped the Churchill Avre tank in favor for the RSO, a unique truck I wanted to build since years. No need for resin replacement wheels here, because it has steel wheels, no rubber involved . The kit looks very good and I think there is no AM needed, beside some stuff for the loading. I chose two figures from Bravo 6 to accompany the RSO. One is shaving with water from a puddle and the other is - err, well - leaking against a fencepost . They even cared to include three different sized dicks , that's what I call attention to detail . His face is a perfect fit whistling a tune. In German 'Wie die Nase eines Mannes, so sein Johannes'. The RSO and the guys will be presented in a little dio and I hope my figure painting skills will be up to the task. While browsing through the various companies producing resin figures there are some outstanding and creative producers which separate themselves from others with their non static approach to figure design. Namely Bravo 6, Evolution Miniatures, The Bodi, partly Scale 75 and last but not least Nocturna Industria Mechanika and Figone for the stranger taste. I had lot's of fun to add to my stash from these companies and dwell some future settings for different kits. Cheers Rob
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