Priest Over Normandy

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Priest Over Normandy

Postby Spud » Sun Jun 08, 2014 3:03 pm

This is for the D-Day Build over on http://www.myhobbyinfo.com/forum/index.php

This is what i have planned....ish
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ill be using the dragon kit fruils bunch of alpine and a bunch and a half of etch
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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby vw8243 » Sun Jun 08, 2014 4:27 pm

Good job you got the year ,with all that extra stuff ]o|
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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby Spud » Sun Jun 08, 2014 4:44 pm

lol the build is actully not that bad only 11 steps the extras wont all be used but a good shot of it will be :)
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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby beowulf » Sun Jun 08, 2014 5:02 pm

sheesh...that lot must have cost a fortune :shock:

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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby Spud » Sun Jun 08, 2014 6:53 pm

Lol. Don't buy it all at once :)
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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby Lego » Mon Jun 09, 2014 10:13 am

It still costs you the same amount spud [smilie=rofl.gif] .

Sad thing is I never even knew that the info site had a forum and I have been keeping my stash list on it for a couple of months

Should be a great build and I look forward to it.

Ps look at migs faebook page this is a 1/72 winter camo and it is amazing. I know you like your winter camo.

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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby Spud » Mon Jun 09, 2014 1:46 pm

the forums are new ish its just robs old Forum was getting so bogged down with members that they decided to merge and that only happened about a month ago,

Migs stug is class 1/72 is even more impressive.

it might cost the same but its easier on the pocket, and i only paid 50c for the Priest as i got a voucher for Christmas and there was a sale on dragon stuff at the time :)
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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby Spud » Mon Jun 09, 2014 10:16 pm

Here we go all this lot is in the first 2 steps.

Wheels are movable just inscase :)
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Part of the Drivers compartment
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Rear plate
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Front end. all this had to be put together and it fit perfectly.
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Shiny stuff, i was fiddling about with the clamps and got pissed off so decided to use only a part of it and it will look just as good once painted,
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This bit sits behind the brass plate
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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby Vinny » Mon Jun 09, 2014 11:05 pm

Very, very nice Spud! Are you going to have all those shells lying about too? Did that D-Day build start on D-Day? Is it running for a year??

Great start by the way. That etch looks real nice.

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Re: Priest Over Normandy

Postby Spud » Tue Jun 10, 2014 12:08 am

Thanks Vinny ill have a few dunno if ill have enough for whats in the Scene but should have enough to get the idea :)

and yea it started on June 6th, runs till next June 6th plenty of time :)
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