"Tiger" 1.E with interior

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YACOV
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Post by YACOV » 26 Aug 2005 04:34

Dear "WEEBOBSTER", it is very glad to so high rating of my job, from so dear by me
Resource. In the job I certainly used all materials accessible to me published
On "www. tiger-tank.com". It perhaps most historically exact resource. I have not absolutely understood your question about
Inclusion of ready "Tiger" in a diorama ???
Regards, YACOV.

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Post by YACOV » 26 Aug 2005 04:38

Dear comrades!
See please a final kind of the first stage of construction of this "Tiger".
After small rest I shall start the second stage, and is closer by new year and to
The third, final stage of construction. But I shall not be so far to think.
Regards, YACOV.
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Post by YACOV » 26 Aug 2005 04:43

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Michael Dorosh
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Post by Michael Dorosh » 26 Aug 2005 05:36

So how come the steel helmets have tricolour decals on them? :D

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Post by Ace31 » 26 Aug 2005 09:13

Ok, YAKOV, you must be honest !
This is a REAL Tiger, not a model... no doubts about this 8O :wink:

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Kurt_Steiner
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Post by Kurt_Steiner » 26 Aug 2005 09:15

Speechless... simple speechless... I cannot utter not a single word...

(wait, if I cannot speak or write, what the heck am I doing now? ;) )

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Yevgeniy B.
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Post by Yevgeniy B. » 26 Aug 2005 13:38

now you gotta have a lot of patience, and gut, and time, to have this done

the best of the best

-Yevgeniy

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Post by YACOV » 27 Aug 2005 09:06

Dear colleagues!
Thanks for kind responses. I appreciate and understand your humour.
Regards, YACOV

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Anwar bin Zapari
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Post by Anwar bin Zapari » 27 Aug 2005 15:35

Now I am wishing for a gadget that can enlarge objects.

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moses
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Post by moses » 28 Aug 2005 08:02

that really is amazing. i am humbled.
bravo
:)

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Post by Timberwolf » 29 Aug 2005 04:26

Absolutely amazing. Fantastic job done there. If my kits come out 1/20 as good as that one I will be happy. Truly amazing detail.

:D

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Post by YACOV » 29 Aug 2005 04:35

I wish all creative successes.
Regards, YACOV.

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Post by weebobster » 04 Sep 2005 17:55

YACOV - this has to be the most accurate and realistic model I have EVER seen!

Do you have any plans to mount it within a battle scene for added realism?

....and please keep the pictures coming - your work is excellent!

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Post by YACOV » 05 Sep 2005 04:07

Dear Weebobster!
No, I do not plan to include this model in one of the diopamas. At construction of the diopamas I beforehand change the geometrical sizes of models that it is better to build them in the basis of a diopama. At construction of this tank, such completion was not done, I intended it for full Detals.
Regards,YACOV.

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