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    Does anyone know where i can get a T-55 or T-72 in like 1/24 scale or bigger like 1/16?

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    Nice models, Taco!
    You'd love Japan-we've got some really nice hobby shops.

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    Damnit, thought this was about 3d modeling....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaijinsamurai View Post
    Nice models, Taco!
    You'd love Japan-we've got some really nice hobby shops.
    Someday! I'd love to go, they've got alotta neat stuff to try out. Especially the ******s dispencers. Ooh baby.

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    Great looking models TacoDelRio. . I especially like the Patton and the Hokum.

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    Thanks dude. The Hokum was the only helicopter that survived moving from one house to another.

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    Great models there mate. Nicely done. Here is something I like to call Photo Realism. This is a vignette I had done a long time ago. It was taken outside with a very poor 2MP camera but the effects are pretty much realistic. The sun was setting and I took the photographs sporatically. The results is what you see.








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    Charles you are truly gifted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironsight06 View Post
    Charles you are truly gifted!
    Thank you so much. I appreciate your comment. Here is the original vehicle:


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    how long does it take you to complete a model like this ^?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEGEND View Post
    how long does it take you to complete a model like this ^?

    The model above took me about a week. It all depends on how much detail I put into the work. The PLS M1074 took me about 20 days.

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    do you have a website with all your models? Would be very interesting to take a look. Do you only build vehicles?

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    Charles, I like the photo-realism idea. Atmosphere makes a big difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacoDelRio View Post
    Charles, I like the photo-realism idea. Atmosphere makes a big difference.

    Thanks. Atmosphere sure does make things a little different.

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    Those are great looking models, Charles. I bought some cheap Testors F4U Corsair which I need to finish. I'm using it to: 1) remind myself how little skill and patience I have; 2) experiment with different techniques (i.e., not get glue all over the place); and 3) get high off the paint and glue fumes

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