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alainvandenbosch

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Hi Fabian, I'm so impressed !!! Wonder how you can be so accurate... really awsome. 
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Just so impressive detailed work !!! Such an artistic one !!!
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impressive work Fabian---but that is all we ever see from you sir!
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Thank you very much guys for the encouraging comments. Already enjoying this GB a lot and and it’s great that everyone is so involved!
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I’m on my way home testing possibilities to post pictures (all save using the metro). Thought sharing a quick test fit... she’s already took a flight through the living 😂
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Mmmh, looks like posting pictures on my mobile isn’t that straight forward 🙄
Back to my laptop, no problems there...

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Yeah, I know this trailer and I’m looking forward to this mini series! Thank you for posting.

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Thank you so much for sharing...
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Made some progress on the interior. All preparations to start painting are done. Did use quite a lot of the PE even most of it won't be seen. At least it's good practice ;-). Here are some pictures...
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Looking really nice, Fabian. Keep up the good work [cool]
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A lot if intricate work there, very nice.
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Fabian, seems the smaller the parts, the better your results! I’ll never forget that 1/72 MilHind you built. This project is really exciting.
That video trailer is so brutal and it reveals the bravery and sacrifice of the men who flew those missions.

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Whow Fabian... You're blowing my mind... I'm actually practicing on a 1/35 WWII german truck and can't find the way to hold the pieces without let them fall or breaking them ... and even with my optivisors I realize it's a big challenge. I wont share photos at the moment... It's so awfull. But I keep going on telling myself the most important is finishing it, and not give up. 
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Fabian, seems the smaller the parts, the better your results! I’ll never forget that 1/72 MilHind you built. This project is really exciting.
That video trailer is so brutal and it reveals the bravery and sacrifice of the men who flew those missions.


Thank you very much Ted, glad you like it. The Hind was indeed a great training ground:-). Here is the link for those hoe would like to have a look http://genessis-models.websitetoolbox.com/post/fabians-final-reveal-8072167?pid=1297974810

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Whow Fabian... You're blowing my mind... I'm actually practicing on a 1/35 WWII german truck and can't find the way to hold the pieces without let them fall or breaking them ... and even with my optivisors I realize it's a big challenge. I wont share photos at the moment... It's so awfull. But I keep going on telling myself the most important is finishing it, and not give up. 


Thank you Alain for the encouraging words! Don’t worry to much mate. Most important is that you’re enjoying the hobby. I learned that sharing your work is a great way to get feedback from fellow modelers. And as you already know the guys on the forum are very friendly and happy to help out :-)

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