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JeroenPeters

Fi103 Reichenberg (1/32 HPH resin kit)

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Hi Guys,

Found myself struggling to find some mojo when Jim urged me to finally finish this piece. Added the rudder control rods. Some washes. Scratches. Et voila! 

 

The railbed is from Trumpeter. Resin figure from Warriors. 

 

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Cheers,

Jeroen

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WOW!! That is superb!

 

Also, two finished in 7 days? You'll be catching up to Erik soon ;)

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Awesome work, Jeroen!

Makes me want to pull out my Fine Molds MXY-7 Ohka

 

Hi Brewer,

I might start the HPH Ohka soon. Just looking for a suitable US Army transport truck to accommodate it. Seen a pic once somewhere...

How is the Fine Molds kit?

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Great idea to put it on a flatbed car.

 

How to make a cigar look good...you nailed it!

 

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Hi Brewer,

I might start the HPH Ohka soon. Just looking for a suitable US Army transport truck to accommodate it. Seen a pic once somewhere...

How is the Fine Molds kit?

 

I look forward to seeing that one!

The Fine Molds kit is great, but it's 1/48 :P

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