what are you making

Discussion in 'Everything else' started by paper warrior, Oct 22, 2006.

  1. paper warrior

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    What kind of models do you work on?
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    What kind of models do you work on?
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  5. The-Jazzman

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    None of the above.. Mosly figures, automata, architecture & anything halloween & anything christmas.. 8)
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    None of the above.. Mosly figures, automata, architecture & anything halloween & anything christmas.. 8)
  7. ShaunGamer

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    Air and Land mainly, although I have done a bit of everything.
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    Air and Land mainly, although I have done a bit of everything.
  9. milenio3

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    I can see nobody is happy just with one subject. Good!
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    I can see nobody is happy just with one subject. Good!
  11. Willja67

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    I guess I'm a bit shallow but I do air almost exclusively.
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    I guess I'm a bit shallow but I do air almost exclusively.
  13. thewoodengraver

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    Anything made of paper or cardstock is fine with me. As long as it is built tiny!
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    Anything made of paper or cardstock is fine with me. As long as it is built tiny!
  15. Fishcarver

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    Dare to Defy The Capitalist P*****c Kit Manufacturers!

    "Comrades!

    We at the "Red Banner" Tractor Plant are very proud of building only limited editions (one-off) of the best of the very most obsolete pieces of (former Soviet/Warsaw pact) land combat equipment in the unusual (for card models) scale of 1:35.

    Our Western spy actually saw a p*****c (actually, resin)kit of an Elbrus (Nato: Scud A) missile launcher on the IS2 chassis for the price of $RYD 189.00 (RYD=Real Yankee Dollars).

    We were actually tempted to purchase one of these, just because it would be a tempting addition in case General Boredomnovich came tapping at the foundry door, but we dared not do so. The latest five-year plan, don't you know?

    At last week's political meeting, the zampolit (after heaping her usual Marxist/Leninist opprobrium upon captalists generally) exhorted the rest of us to further exert ourselves in the production of further one-off versions of ancient Soviet designs.

    There are rumors of a movement of the Tractor plant....eastward. (Westward,for you guys in N.America)

    For the Rodina!!
    SERGEY
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    Dare to Defy The Capitalist P*****c Kit Manufacturers!

    "Comrades!

    We at the "Red Banner" Tractor Plant are very proud of building only limited editions (one-off) of the best of the very most obsolete pieces of (former Soviet/Warsaw pact) land combat equipment in the unusual (for card models) scale of 1:35.

    Our Western spy actually saw a p*****c (actually, resin)kit of an Elbrus (Nato: Scud A) missile launcher on the IS2 chassis for the price of $RYD 189.00 (RYD=Real Yankee Dollars).

    We were actually tempted to purchase one of these, just because it would be a tempting addition in case General Boredomnovich came tapping at the foundry door, but we dared not do so. The latest five-year plan, don't you know?

    At last week's political meeting, the zampolit (after heaping her usual Marxist/Leninist opprobrium upon captalists generally) exhorted the rest of us to further exert ourselves in the production of further one-off versions of ancient Soviet designs.

    There are rumors of a movement of the Tractor plant....eastward. (Westward,for you guys in N.America)

    For the Rodina!!
    SERGEY
  17. yaniv

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    now i wirk on the bf109 halinki
    must of my models are airplanes but have 1 tank and 1 ship also

    i like a ships and tank but never tray to make 1 yet :)
  18. yaniv

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    now i wirk on the bf109 halinki
    must of my models are airplanes but have 1 tank and 1 ship also

    i like a ships and tank but never tray to make 1 yet :)
  19. Getter1

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    Well I mostly build robots, sci-fi, and aircraft, but I want to try tanks and motorcycles.

    Getter 1
  20. Getter1

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    Well I mostly build robots, sci-fi, and aircraft, but I want to try tanks and motorcycles.

    Getter 1