Mission Complete. TDGB build Finished...

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Mission Complete. TDGB build Finished...

Joined: November 17th, 2005, 3:39 pm

September 4th, 2011, 10:13 pm #1

Hi All;

Just thought I'd drop in to show that my group build model is now considered done.

I spent a mad week-end finishing up the small details- I need to make room for the next project (Tim Perry's awesome A34 Comet), so I wanted to show my completed entry for our little group build.

On to a few pics....



















This was a long build, being a cottage resin kit, it needed a bit more TLC than the norm, but the super cool subject was more than worth the added effort. My thanks to Ken Swenson for giving us this kit.
All comments are, of course, more than welcomed, and thanks in advance for looking.

Cheers All, Pat

p.s. I have been enjoying all the tank destroyer builds by the way. Keep up the great work Lads. P.
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Joined: April 22nd, 2005, 12:00 am

September 4th, 2011, 10:21 pm #2

Dude you have a wonderful style....outstanding build


Luke
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Joined: January 11th, 2007, 1:47 am

September 5th, 2011, 3:57 am #3

Hi All;

Just thought I'd drop in to show that my group build model is now considered done.

I spent a mad week-end finishing up the small details- I need to make room for the next project (Tim Perry's awesome A34 Comet), so I wanted to show my completed entry for our little group build.

On to a few pics....



















This was a long build, being a cottage resin kit, it needed a bit more TLC than the norm, but the super cool subject was more than worth the added effort. My thanks to Ken Swenson for giving us this kit.
All comments are, of course, more than welcomed, and thanks in advance for looking.

Cheers All, Pat

p.s. I have been enjoying all the tank destroyer builds by the way. Keep up the great work Lads. P.
Another outstanding build rolling off! Congrats Pat...

Cheers

Cesar "Manny" Rodriguez
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Joined: November 1st, 2008, 8:48 am

September 5th, 2011, 11:23 am #4

Hi All;

Just thought I'd drop in to show that my group build model is now considered done.

I spent a mad week-end finishing up the small details- I need to make room for the next project (Tim Perry's awesome A34 Comet), so I wanted to show my completed entry for our little group build.

On to a few pics....



















This was a long build, being a cottage resin kit, it needed a bit more TLC than the norm, but the super cool subject was more than worth the added effort. My thanks to Ken Swenson for giving us this kit.
All comments are, of course, more than welcomed, and thanks in advance for looking.

Cheers All, Pat

p.s. I have been enjoying all the tank destroyer builds by the way. Keep up the great work Lads. P.
Dear Pat,

I had you show your splendid work again and again.

Thank you, Pat-san.

Best regards,
Toku
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Joined: August 11th, 2011, 2:33 pm

September 5th, 2011, 12:27 pm #5

Hi All;

Just thought I'd drop in to show that my group build model is now considered done.

I spent a mad week-end finishing up the small details- I need to make room for the next project (Tim Perry's awesome A34 Comet), so I wanted to show my completed entry for our little group build.

On to a few pics....



















This was a long build, being a cottage resin kit, it needed a bit more TLC than the norm, but the super cool subject was more than worth the added effort. My thanks to Ken Swenson for giving us this kit.
All comments are, of course, more than welcomed, and thanks in advance for looking.

Cheers All, Pat

p.s. I have been enjoying all the tank destroyer builds by the way. Keep up the great work Lads. P.
Just a beautiful weathering job on this, very well done.
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Joined: May 27th, 2005, 1:09 pm

September 5th, 2011, 9:19 pm #6

Hi All;

Just thought I'd drop in to show that my group build model is now considered done.

I spent a mad week-end finishing up the small details- I need to make room for the next project (Tim Perry's awesome A34 Comet), so I wanted to show my completed entry for our little group build.

On to a few pics....



















This was a long build, being a cottage resin kit, it needed a bit more TLC than the norm, but the super cool subject was more than worth the added effort. My thanks to Ken Swenson for giving us this kit.
All comments are, of course, more than welcomed, and thanks in advance for looking.

Cheers All, Pat

p.s. I have been enjoying all the tank destroyer builds by the way. Keep up the great work Lads. P.
Ey PJ,
you have settled yourself at an such amazing level. The only problem is that I am getting used to these jaw droppers
Top drawer stuff, as always.
Cheers
Sven
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Joined: June 12th, 2006, 2:07 pm

September 5th, 2011, 11:39 pm #7

Hi All;

Just thought I'd drop in to show that my group build model is now considered done.

I spent a mad week-end finishing up the small details- I need to make room for the next project (Tim Perry's awesome A34 Comet), so I wanted to show my completed entry for our little group build.

On to a few pics....



















This was a long build, being a cottage resin kit, it needed a bit more TLC than the norm, but the super cool subject was more than worth the added effort. My thanks to Ken Swenson for giving us this kit.
All comments are, of course, more than welcomed, and thanks in advance for looking.

Cheers All, Pat

p.s. I have been enjoying all the tank destroyer builds by the way. Keep up the great work Lads. P.
Awesome work, I love the weathering.
Great job Pat

Cheers
Dan
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Joined: October 29th, 2009, 7:29 pm

September 6th, 2011, 7:04 am #8

Hi All;

Just thought I'd drop in to show that my group build model is now considered done.

I spent a mad week-end finishing up the small details- I need to make room for the next project (Tim Perry's awesome A34 Comet), so I wanted to show my completed entry for our little group build.

On to a few pics....



















This was a long build, being a cottage resin kit, it needed a bit more TLC than the norm, but the super cool subject was more than worth the added effort. My thanks to Ken Swenson for giving us this kit.
All comments are, of course, more than welcomed, and thanks in advance for looking.

Cheers All, Pat

p.s. I have been enjoying all the tank destroyer builds by the way. Keep up the great work Lads. P.
That I can say of your work, is a delight for the view, until soon.
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Joined: January 24th, 2004, 5:25 am

September 6th, 2011, 6:53 pm #9

What an epic project...lots to absorb and the efforts really paid. Hope Tamiya responds, this would be a killer next kit for them.

Congrats again Pat! Lovely work...

Best,

Mike

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Joined: November 12th, 2008, 4:59 pm

September 6th, 2011, 7:04 pm #10

Hi All;

Just thought I'd drop in to show that my group build model is now considered done.

I spent a mad week-end finishing up the small details- I need to make room for the next project (Tim Perry's awesome A34 Comet), so I wanted to show my completed entry for our little group build.

On to a few pics....



















This was a long build, being a cottage resin kit, it needed a bit more TLC than the norm, but the super cool subject was more than worth the added effort. My thanks to Ken Swenson for giving us this kit.
All comments are, of course, more than welcomed, and thanks in advance for looking.

Cheers All, Pat

p.s. I have been enjoying all the tank destroyer builds by the way. Keep up the great work Lads. P.
that's a Pat-model ! Fantastic mate, I love this bowl ! I really enjoyed the pictures you've done the inner things.
And this is a perfect end. Some very cool effects, great painting and I love this light rusted tools.
Again.... FANTASTIC !!

all best

Erik

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