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Lieutenant

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I am really impressed with your site, I have found it both informative and helpful in building models.

I am currently building 1:35 World War 1 amour.

I have completed the Emhar models.

I have scratch built "Little Willie" and a Gun Carrier Mk1.

At present I am on with a Mk1 Tank and I am using the drawings that I found on this site.

I did wonder if I should post some pictures of these but am unsure of your protocol.

I must say that I am really not a rivet counter and go more for the look than accuracy.

Dave



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Hero

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Welcome Dave
The Modelling section of the forum is the place for pictures of your models and I'm sure they will be appreciated
Paul

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Major

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Welcome to the forum Dave,  biggrin



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Commander in Chief

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Welcome

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Legend

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Hi Dave, it would be great to see your models, especially the scratch-built ones. When you start a new thread you should find a button below the text box that allows you to add files - you can upload photos there.

For adding photos when posting on an existing thread, click the 'advanced editor' at the bottom of the Quick Reply box, and you'll have the same option to add files.

Hope that helps.

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Hero

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Hi, and welcome.

The fun part of modelling is seeing someone else's take on a subject. Please feel free to post photos of your builds, be good to see.

Helen x

 



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