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  • The Paris Brass Band plays the forest to welcome the Liberators'

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ID:	966038 Click image for larger version  Name:	C.jpg Views:	0 Size:	133.3 KB ID:	966031 Haven't been doing much modeling due to multiple distractions... I did manage time to squeeze this out. Figures from Model-U from Great Britain.. Actual scanned humans to scale figures. These are 143.5. They require painting. They are excellent and completely life like.


    Having a hell of time loading photos'.. Must keep logging in... But' at least I can now log in'...???? ‚Äč

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    Ted

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    Do you remember this guy'...???? Click image for larger version

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    Ted

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    • #3
      Nice little scene Ted. Glad you got past the log in. Soon you'll be on your way posting as usual. Hoping for you that those multiple distractions disappear.


      Louis
      Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast

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      • #4
        Thanks so much Louis'...Good to have the forum back and running, bugs and all. Some excellent additions'.. and modernized. Very nice...... I missed all the many terrific builders. What are you working on?....


        Ted

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        • #5
          Ted, welcome back and for sharing what you've been working on.
          Some real nice looking scenes.

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          • #6
            Nice! You're a scene builder for sure,Ted.
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            Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced. James Baldwin

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            • #7
              Steve McQueen.

              Nice job, Ted!

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              • #8
                Thanks very much, Rick, Mike, and Fred'.. Nice to be back on line again... and enjoy receiving and sharing techniques and everything related to modeling and trains'....????????


                Ted

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                • #9
                  Ted, those are great looking figures and it's nice to see you back online!

                  Paul

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