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Antarctic E-100

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--- Quote from: Dr. YoKai on April 27, 2021, 11:21:44 PM ---How long has it been since you looked at the Guidelines thread?  ;) (Last two posts.)

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Ok, so this is embarrassing  :-[

Yes I can see no reason why the SturmE-100 would not fit (post copied from Guidelines to try and minimise the shame I feel  ;) )

Dr. YoKai:
Stone groove! Thanks, I'll have the thread up later tonight or early tomorrow my time.

Dr. YoKai:
DSCF0406 by VileDr.Yo, on Flickr

 I dunno. I like it, but I don't like it, y'know? Still needs a few tiny bits, and a bit more weathering. May build a small dio base for it.

Old Wombat:
All tanks have kit hanging off them, Doc. Even German ones. ;)

It needs tools, helmets, kitbags/backpacks, tarpaulins, etc., strapped onto various strategic locations on the hull & turret. :smiley:

A scheme like that  brings on those "Hmmm do I like it or not like it" moments.

My thoughts.....
I reckon think the environment. No rain, but howling gales flinging ice that would act like a sand blaster (Ice blaster ??)
So the standard rain runs type weathering, would look out of place, but the almost uniformly worn finish you have there is quite feasible.

I would say though that a base to set the environment could enhance the overall look perhaps.
Does anybody make any 1/72 penguins ?


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