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ADGZ de Commando 5

Kit / Model  

ADGZ

Manufacturer  

Commando 5

Item Code  

3501

Scale  

1/35

Description  

Modelo raro de marca rara... un kit raro, bah...
Bastante trabajo de montaje, tal como se espera de un kit de resina de hace un par de años.
La única opcion para salir de los eternos Tigers y Panzer es encontrar una de estas resinas, un trabajo nada facil de por si...

Category  

Armor

Project status  

Finished

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Antes de la pintura...
Detalle del escape
Mucho scratch, como corresponde para no olvidarnos de lo que es el modelismo
 
 
 

Comments for this showroom

by: Jose Miguel (Shaky) on 2011-04-28 - 13:59

Muy bueno el modelo!!!!!
Conozco el kit original y es para gente con experiencia....
Felicitaciones

José Miguel

by: Marcos Serra () on 2007-04-29 - 04:11

Belo trabalho, Patrício...

Congrats...

by: Pablo Raggi (pabloraggi@speedy.com.ar) on 2007-04-27 - 18:13

Excelente Patricio!
Me gusta el detalle del escape, y cómo te quedaron las herramientas. Muy en su medida! En persona debe ser ganador! Me gusta por sobre todo la sexta foto, donde se ve la variedad sutil de los tonos de gris-verdoso. Muy en su justa medida.

Saludos
PR