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Some of my model pictures

Post by billy beard » 26 Jan 2003 18:04

heres a few of my models
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Post by billy beard » 26 Jan 2003 18:05

and another of Himmler
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Post by billy beard » 26 Jan 2003 18:08

Hitler......
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Post by billy beard » 26 Jan 2003 18:09

Rommel....
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Post by billy beard » 26 Jan 2003 18:10

One for luck............
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Post by billy beard » 26 Jan 2003 18:15

panzer
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Post by billy beard » 26 Jan 2003 18:16

another panzer
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Post by billy beard » 26 Jan 2003 18:16

last one
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Post by David C. Clarke » 26 Jan 2003 18:44

Hi Billy, that Panzer III is unusual. Is that a "King and Country" resin kit in 1/32d scale? Cheers, David

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Post by billy beard » 27 Jan 2003 21:41

yep they all belong to the 'king and country' range,the panzer is out of the 'afrika korp' range and is a newish addition

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Post by David C. Clarke » 28 Jan 2003 01:11

Excellent work Billy! Especially Rommel!! Although I never liked Himmler much, the paint job is very, very good! I hope you post more of your figures and vehicles. Did you ever do the StuG III by King and Country?
I liked all their lines, especially the Romans, Vietnam and Normandy, but I never had the money to invest as I stick mostly to plastic kits.
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Post by billy beard » 28 Jan 2003 11:18

i cant take the credit 'king and country' come pre-painted,if i posted pics of my attempts at painting you'd never stop laughing.i posted these pics as they are quite hard to source ,especially 'himmler' and just thought people might want a close up of them

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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 28 Jan 2003 21:15

Which scale is it?

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Post by Martin Kirkegaard » 29 Jan 2003 01:59

Excellent work. Especially Rommel! 8)

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Post by David C. Clarke » 29 Jan 2003 02:33

Hi Christian, King and Country is 1/32nd scale, beautiful stuff, gorgeously painted, but very expensive. I was at a Toy Show and one of the dealers had a 30 man group of Roman Soldiers set up-magnificent!! But my recollection is that with the WWII stuff, five figures is around $120. I could be a little off, but definitely around $100+, at least in the US.
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