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GazzaS

1976 Revell Bf109 Gustav

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Hi Everyone,

     I've decided to call this one done, and take a few photos in some muted light.  I'm quite happy with the result.

 

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Thank you for looking!

 

Gaz

 

 

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You made a little gem out of that dinosaur 109. It was a nice travel back into the ages with your build.

Cheers Rob

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Thank you, Fellas!

 

 

Gaz

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Pretty sweet, I would never dare to tackle something like this. Hats off to your skills and determination.

Cheers

M.

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That old warhorse cam out pretty nice, great work!

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Very nice work on a Stone Age kit, Gazz.

 

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On 2/2/2019 at 1:51 AM, Mikester said:

That old warhorse cam out pretty nice, great work!

Thank You!

42 minutes ago, Clunkmeister said:

Very nice work on a Stone Age kit, Gazz.

 

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Thank you!  Love the otter!  Except for being almost completely erroneous, it was a fun kit to build.

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Yeah, the general shape does look a little “off”, but it looks darn good nonetheless. 

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