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ICM 1:72 Seehund - reality check
Gunny
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Posted: Monday, September 21, 2009 - 01:32 PM UTC
Looking good to me as well, Jan...good images of many midget subs are few and far between, mate, not sure if these will give you any ideas...maybe a little more "bits and pieces" laying about, tools, etc...a bit of clutter makes for a nice scene, at times...






Please, do keep us posted of your choices and progress, Mr. Klarbęk!

Cheers,
~Gunny
mj
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Posted: Monday, September 21, 2009 - 01:03 PM UTC
Jan, I wouldn't change a thing...looks awesome.

I was thinking of picking up one of these when I saw it announced. How was the kit? You really got me drooling again.

cheers,
Mike
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Posted: Monday, September 21, 2009 - 09:55 AM UTC
That looks very nice to me Jan.
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Posted: Monday, September 21, 2009 - 09:35 AM UTC
Maybe more a "don“t overdo it" check - its hard not getting carried away when doing something thats fun.

Heres ICM“s nice little Seehund on a base - but is it to much, should I cut down on it and go more basic ?

Aside from that - does anybody have a picture of it taken during the war, showing how it would have been stored ashore - I have tried to do a wooden structure, but I lack decent referances on this ?



Cheers/Jan