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Old 06-22-2007, 09:30 AM
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Ian Excellent work I just feel like running to my bench and start building mine, great build
That's probably one of the best things to hear Abdin. To inspire other modellers to embark on their own versions of a displayed model is a wonderful thing. Thank you and good luck - dive in before it wears off!

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Old 06-22-2007, 09:46 AM
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Well now that all the images are up I will have to chime in and say that the level of detail in the finishing of this diorama is phenomenal! Excellent job. It's easy to see you had a lot of fun pulling out all the wear and tear to items in the tableau. Look forward to the BR 52 as I have one waiting in the wings as well.
James,
thank you, a real achievement for me when it comes from such a great modeller.
[Good to know that the detail work is really appreciated.]
The BR52 will now feel the sting of my BRAND NEW soldering iron.
Oh, and I have not been able to pull the monster [Dora] back out as yet to do some more detailed shots and critique. Hopefully soon but I need to pick the right time . It's bloody heavy and hard to move in the box.
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It's bloody heavy and hard to move in the box.
Any chance you can give me the box measuremnts-need to see if it will fit in a friends's Jeep
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Wow, a great diorama!

Beautifully fisished Karl, vehicles and figures. I very much like the background and story you associated with them. It made the entire diorama lively and vivid!

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Any chance you can give me the box measuremnts-need to see if it will fit in a friends's Jeep
105cm X 54cm X 36cm. Good luck, I hope it fits.
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Absolutely stunning work Best I have seen in a very long time. The level of detail is unbelievable and I like how you weaved everything together. One can only imagine what masterpiece you will create with the Dora!!

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Wow, a great diorama!

Beautifully fisished Karl, vehicles and figures. I very much like the background and story you associated with them. It made the entire diorama lively and vivid!

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Absolutely stunning work Best I have seen in a very long time. The level of detail is unbelievable and I like how you weaved everything together. One can only imagine what masterpiece you will create with the Dora!!

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Thanks Lawrence........ Dora mmmmmmmmmm - BR52 -must finish....
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