1:13 flakpanzer I (not scratch build)

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    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator

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    This is a really good looking model. Everything looks clean and crisp.
    The tracks look AMAZING!!! They do not look like they were made from paper!!!
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    continue...

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    the interior cockpits is not include in the paper pattern, this is DIY (design it youself) making.

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    After all this has done, the paper model can be paint. I paint it with the germany gery tamiya TS-4 spray.

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    Why I build it in skala 1:13? because I want a figma can be compatible with it.

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    and then, and then....

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    Now the crawler colored with tamiya brick red...

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    this the final process now... (the bazooka also made by paper..)

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    hope you enjoy this.
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    I know I did! Excellent model, the girl seems to get around! :) Very nice interior. Your interior made the model! :)
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    That is indeed terrific! The tracks look so real. How many layers did you laminate to make them look like that? How did you make the stamping?
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    I'm not even a "tank-fan", but the ones I see here in Zealot (INCLUDING YOURS, OF COURSE!) will probably make me change my mind...
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    The finished model is FANTASTIC!!!
    It does not look like it was made from paper!
    The figure adds a "TANK GIRL" feel to the model.

    KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!!!
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    that is a really nice kit... wondering where you got it... and the figurine works well with the kit... :thumb: