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This was my first 1/35 scale model and my favourite model in my collection.


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It is painted with acrylics slapped on with a hairy stick.


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You will notice its not weathered at all,Mrs Celt prefers them clean,and who am I to argue. :sad:


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And very nice it looks too. Tamiya 35th scale armour is very nice.

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Time to get mine out of the stash and have a go at getting my kit as good as yours!


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Time to get mine out of the stash and have a go at getting my kit as good as yours!


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That's really smart, and nothing wrong with a factory fresh finish!

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That's some excellent work, Celt.

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Clashcityrocker wrote:
And very nice it looks too. Tamiya 35th scale armour is very nice.

Nigel

LarryH57 wrote:
Time to get mine out of the stash and have a go at getting my kit as good as yours!

iggie wrote:
That's really smart, and nothing wrong with a factory fresh finish!

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That's some excellent work, Celt.

Thanks chaps,much appreciated.


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What a stunner! Excellent brush work as well.

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What a stunner! Excellent brush work as well.

Thank you kind sir.


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For brush painted I would say you have done an excellent job, it's better than I could do with a hairy stick that's for sure.

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Titan wrote:
For brush painted I would say you have done an excellent job, it's better than I could do with a hairy stick that's for sure.

Thanks very much,I have had years of practice.


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Nicely done.

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Nicely done.

Thank you kind sir.


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