Mark IV female from Takom

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Artyom,
Sorry for my late arrival. This is just jaw dropping excellence in attention to detail! It is truly inspiring to see all these bits coming together. I am looking forward to the next phase of this project.
Rick H.
 

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Artyom,
Sorry for my late arrival. This is just jaw dropping excellence in attention to detail! It is truly inspiring to see all these bits coming together. I am looking forward to the next phase of this project.
Rick H.
Hello,Rick!
Thank you! There are some difficulties with Takom models but I hope I will cope. Next will be sponsoons and exterior extra details.
 

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Nice work as always Neo. Cant spot the join so all is good:smiling3:
One day kit makers will build their own kits before putting them out to market to spot these mistakes:thinking:
 

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Nice work as always Neo. Cant spot the join so all is good:smiling3:
One day kit makers will build their own kits before putting them out to market to spot these mistakes:thinking:
Hello, Steve! I hope this build will help modellers to make their own conclusion about the kit. But I suggest to build Tamiya or Meng model.
 

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Greetings! I am back with a big update!
I have worked with sponsoon almost a month. It was a terrible work. Sponsoon have almost killed me. They didn't fit at all to the hull. So I have decided to do all this my may. I am not satisfied with my work. And this is the final and the best attempt to build something alike.

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DDDAAAAMMN and you are not satisfied????? that is one hell of a work... your level of details is beyond wonderful.....
 
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Looks very good to me - great level of detailing. I hope when you paint it you do not cover too much with mud, such a shame to lose all of thea lovely detailsing.
 

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I'm with the others ...I hope you do just a light weathering to accent your highly detailed workmanship!
Rick H.
 

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DDDAAAAMMN and you are not satisfied????? that is one hell of a work... your level of details is beyond wonderful.....
I afraid yes:thinking: I In fact I didn't think that there will be any problems with sponsoons fitting. That was very dissapointing.
 

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We are our greatest critics Neo but your work is stunning to see. Great to see such an extensive update and it was certainly worth all the hard effort you have put in. Much more to do now??
 

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Great work Artyom, they look the part, nothing wrong in my eyes.
 
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