Some of my 1/35 models

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Post by Marcus » 08 Feb 2003 09:32

Very nice.


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Post by RedGuarD » 09 Feb 2003 09:40

Wow, cool models, and very well done!

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Post by vox stellarum » 23 Feb 2003 14:58

Very nice work Kurt.

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Post by vogelbird » 23 Feb 2003 15:19

Very nice Kurt.I know what a lot of work goes into these.It always makes it worthwhile when people enjoy the finished results and you get positive feedback.keep up the good work and continue to share it.

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Post by Kurt » 23 Feb 2003 15:52

First of all to all a very sorry that I am answer so late!
Most of the time I am busy with my hobby, collecting German daggers and with my own site!
I gone try to do my best, because I love this forum site and I love to listen to everyone who is interested in the hobby, like I am!
Thanks on your comments about my models! I make about one every year, most of all in vacation, July/August. If I have the possibility to work on it every day, than you must count a month to a month 1/2!
I do it very easy and with much patience! I followw the instructions very closely and have all my colors, brusches and equipment to help me making a beautifull model!
I love Tamiya, but also Dragon! I sell from time to Time a model to fellow collectors, its great!
All the best, happy collecting, Kurt :wink:

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Post by Bryan Poon » 27 Feb 2003 03:53

Hi Kurt

Beautiful!! Nice to see your models. To me, it is very hard to build them.


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Post by Rich Yankowski » 07 Mar 2003 02:11

Kurt,some nice dioramas you have there!I can build them,but painting and putting them in a diorama are not my forte!

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Post by Dan Reinbold » 07 Mar 2003 05:56

very nice work Kurt...thanks for the pictures. They will make a great reference for those of us who build models/dioramas.

Thanks again...


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