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Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by tryModel, Nov 21, 2012.
good job are the details to 100, congratulations
if you want, I change this to 1/25 scale. Just a note - it's a simple model.
The detailing on this model is excellent and the craftsmanship is excellent. If it was painted it would look like a model that you could buy in a shop.
Deliberately not colored. There is also a color version, but I think that everyone can build a model of what he will like it. You Call That greebling
I like that it isn't painted. it you hand painted it and textured it, it would look like the real thing, but miniaturized. Great job on this beauty. It (this model) is gong to be a classic!!
It would be great from you for me :thumb:, it is possible send it to my e-mail (email@example.com)? Because, I am new here and I don´t have permission for downloading.
P.S.: Sorry for my english, I don´t speak english very well. wall1
Thanks for nice model
It would be nice from you to me (and I think for some another modelers) :thumb:
If you can do it, it will be super. Thanks.
1/35 to 1/25 is not hard - you only have to print it not on A4 but on A3. The ratio is 1,4, which should fit.
I am not sure with US Letter - Ledger formats, but it should be the same.
Yes, I know It is not too hard, but I don´t have printer for A3, so if "tryModel" could change it to 1:25 and give in format A4, it would be big help for me.
But if not, I will try to do something else.
Thats a great model, the detailing is superb! Well done! :thumb:
Now let me see, If I changed the small cannon for a Las-Cannon, added twin bolters, figured a way for side sponsons, or opted for a whirlwind array, I can make this into a Imperial Guard support vehicle.sign1
I like WarHammer40K tanks but they for the most part don't make sense. The have turrets in places that would be impossible to load. I'd hate to see this model bashed into something else, but I sure you like to see YOU make it, do one of your silveroxide specials on it!! :yep:
Fine model you made, comrade! Thanks for sharing it - and congratulations for the fine work!