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Re: Italeri LCVP 8 years 7 months ago #91

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Thanks alot

Polyfilla's thick " Large gaps and Cracks " turned out better than I thought it would .
It dried with a fine gritty surface , but with the look of wet sand thats right on the waters edge

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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #92

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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #93

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Just fantastic mate, really like it mate, a lot.

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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #94

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Thank you very much Gary , I really appreciate it.

I can honestly say , I was real nervous this morning when I decided to get the water done

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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #95

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You'll need to come along to one of our club meets and give us a demo of how you do it. We're meeting this Thursday if you want to come along, I've sent you a PM.
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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #96

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Rude word that's good. You've nailed it. I know there isn't a shot of it, but what does the back of the guy whose been shot look like? You probably need to add a reasonable sized blast hole (or two) out the back from the MG 42 rounds. Not huge, but larger than the front holes. Gee it looks good.

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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #97

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Bishop wrote: Rude word that's good. You've nailed it. I know there isn't a shot of it, but what does the back of the guy whose been shot look like? You probably need to add a reasonable sized blast hole (or two) out the back from the MG 42 rounds. Not huge, but larger than the front holes. Gee it looks good.


Thanks alot ... and good point , I did'nt think about adding a couple of exit wounds to his back ,
won't take much to add

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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #98

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Stunning work. All that time and effort has really paid off. Definately one to be proud of B)

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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #99

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Looks fantastic Steve! You should be really proud of that one!

The only suggustion that I have would to add a little bit of red in the water where the GI is floating...

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Re: D-Day completed 8 years 7 months ago #100

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Superb B) I especially like the wet trousers etc, adds to the realism. Man, those guys are taking a hammering, they'll be lucky to make it up the beach!!
I think the blood in the water from the floating G.I. is quite accurate for a head shot, I'd expect more from a heart, major artery, liver or other organ, but I'd say he took that one between the eyes - never knew what hit him. R.I.P
My only critical comment would be that the Landing Craft pilot is either really stupid or really brave, I'd be stooping as low as I could with all that lead fling around :dry:
An awesome result Woods, that is talent mate !!

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