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Anton Ryzbak30 Jul 2020 9:44 p.m. PST


After a lot of digging around on the internet I think I have gotten the camo pattern about right. Now I just need to build the deck clutter and mount the guns link

Borderguy19030 Jul 2020 10:05 p.m. PST

Very cool! The things you create with foam and card are amazing!

hindsTMP Supporting Member of TMP02 Aug 2020 9:51 a.m. PST

Great project.

One of the most appealing parts of this project is the realization that a person can learn to make pretty much any toy (which is what our gaming models are) with inexpensive materials. I was lucky that when I was little, my father was willing and able to teach me some basics. Way better than having your parents buy some stock plastic junk, probably (these days) made in China.


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