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Friday, June 30th 2006, 10:05pm

Large Emperor Moth 1/1 scale

Here's the second model released in the ABC insect series of five models.. Designed by Michal Dudas..

Base filled with sand for weight, with assorted ground cover from bits of this and that.. Several light coats of Future sprayed over the model to seal in touch-up colors, and to give less of a dead flat look..
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Friday, June 30th 2006, 10:12pm

Peter,

what an interesting subject - and a welcome difference to what we usually see here. Well done!

Will you show use the other models of the series when they become available?

regards,
Michael

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Friday, June 30th 2006, 10:31pm

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Peter,

what an interesting subject - and a welcome difference to what we usually see here. Well done!

Will you show use the other models of the series when they become available?

regards,
Michael


Michael..

Thanks for the comments.. These are a nice break from bigger projects, and usually bring a nice reaction from those (women) whose eye's "fog" over when seeing another military model..;-) Will post the others as they become available..

Cheers.
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