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manber

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Hello friends I share with you my firts post of my lats dioarama. Is a Dessert Rats Combat Car Jeep 1:35 Italeri that I finished about 3 weeks. I post the images to begin share with you my work. Obviously am not a professional, try to do my best but Iam open to all your opinions. I hope you like it.
Best Regards  Manuel desert rats combat car 2.jpg  Jeep Desert Rats combat Car 1.jpg

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M.Brindos

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I'd say that really looks professional, Manuel.
You don't give yourself enough credit, Amigo.
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Manuel this absolutely amazing. The weathering, the diorama and even the woden base with this nice identification copper plate are so perfect. Very inspiring and definitely professionnal. Congratulations Manuel.
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manber

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thanks a lot Alain. Im Glad that Like you.
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That's a build and a diorama to be proud of, Manuel.
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Great diorama. Allso realy like the cammo and weathering! Super job!!
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manber

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Thanks a lot zeenoevil.
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manber

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thanks a lot kaboodle and M brindos for your words.
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Laurie

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Very nice model & diorama.

Superbly finished & very nice effects.

Hope you do not mind just a point Manuel. It is a British Landrover.

From memory the SAS had some Landrovers "borrowed" from the LRDG
(Long Range Dessert Group) to start their sabotage behind German Lines.

The SAS then got hold of a number of the USA Jeeps & turned them into
their own fighting machine.

Laurie



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