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The other side of the medal.

Posted by Wiking on 18 Jun 2017, 08:43

You all give me continuous a very nice high feedback to the very most of my Dio. Right from my start in these forum.
But it was a long way to come so far.

Here are some of my misses, shit happens.

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1. Should be a joke.
Both drunken tank soldier piss there names at the street.
Fritz and Hans. The small boy piss Großdeutschland (Great Germany) in between.
The question at the, let me say simple plate is:
How does so much piss fit into this small boy.
Work out not very good.
And the post box should be RED at this time!


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2. In the right upper edge there is space to press a third plane in.

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3. No figure. Boring!

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4. I think I need more details and color. :mrgreen:


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5. My very first tree. :shock:

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6. Before airbrush the yarn in black and after it!
If you think you save money by using lower quality, then you get lower quality.

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7. If you use a high base...

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8. Use high, big things too.

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9. Shit happens. Work several years. Suddenly start to do a gap.
Stop to get bigger since a few years now. I really don`t know why?


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10. Never put a model clay on a lacquer surface. Also if it look like it stick very very well.
A few years later ...

And a Me 210 comparison:
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11. Me 210/ Revell. My oldest survived model. I take it to my very first competition 1989!
And all I get was a solatium, 1/72 Aircobra.

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12. Oh -my- good- Lord!

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13. Me 210/ Italeri, Build in 1999.

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14. Do you see a difference to the one in 1989?

Hope you like the it.
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 18 Jun 2017, 10:52

You've come a long way, baby!

But I wish I could build dios as well as you did even in your works that did not turn out the way you had hoped...
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Posted by Graeme on 18 Jun 2017, 13:14

No. 4. Are you related to Gaudi?

No.5. Is that mistletoe? I think that tree would look fine with a couple of Druids underneath it.
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Posted by Susofrick on 19 Jun 2017, 08:16

Even if you are not satisfied with your work you show here you still make a great thread, just by being you! Like it a lot! Go on being you!
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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 19 Jun 2017, 17:31

Dear Wiking,

No 4: The most beautiful diorama you have ever showed to us :love:

The only disturbing factor is another N**i pissing on it.
Why using all these pissing N**i's in your diorama's?

No 8; Speaking about the art of 'sculpting': this is your best composition ever. :notworthy:

No 2&3: agree with you. My mum has an old antique desk to write her letters upon, looking exactly like these diorama's.
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Posted by Peter on 02 Nov 2017, 21:17

Very funny Erik! :-D

Did you mix the pictures of the two Me 210's? 89 looks like the one from 99, or was it.. (very confusing! :eh: )....... :-D

And for dio number two you could use this: viewtopic.php?f=28&t=8503
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