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Choppa Nutta

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yeah you should max out the viewing room for sure,
or should that you should Ma.K's it out for sure....... ba'dum tish !! [biggrin]

I have a better sense of it's shape now [smile]

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This is looking good.

One observation..why is there a picture of a penguin in the instruction manual. Is this a new icon for "stay cool" [wink]

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The good thing is you have the skill, and going for a scratch build cockpit should make it really interesting...

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This is looking good. One observation..why is there a picture of a penguin in the instruction manual. Is this a new icon for "stay cool" [wink]


"stay frosty"???

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also subscribed to watch
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No, stay frosty is this one... :-)

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Started laying down a base for the interior. Have to go through my spare box, pretty sure I will find nice stuff to go in there :-)



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oooh, time for some greeblies [biggrin]
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Yeees :-)
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Well that's the Beer barrel sorted out....now where to put the Tiger Nuts ?

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No, stay frosty is this one... :-)


Can't go wrong with a bit of Ma.K Fabian and this one looks to very interesting. Does the ship carry the mech suits under it ? I've seen an Ma.K model that did but can't remember if it's the lunar diver.

Great idea to add the detail in the cockpit mate as not much would be seen through the hatch.

Looking forward to this and good luck buddy

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The frosty guy in the pic above is saying "can you smell carrots"
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Lol, I can smell them now, beer, carrots and tijger nootjes :-). And no, as far as I understand the two mech are ment to stand of fly on they're own.
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oops, duplicate post.sorry
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the history of this genre is a "mystery" to me, but still interested in the build itself.
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I assembled most of the parts

The fit if the parts is very nice - Hasegawa... But because of the complex shape most of the sub parts are made from 2-4 pieces, so a lot of seam lines to take care of.


This is more or less the model, most of it dry fitted - I like the look very much! Already looking forward to paint and weather this thing...



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