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Marcin M.

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    Marcin Morawski

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  1. Hi there! My second figurine in scale 54 mm. Painted with VGC, Citadel, Pactra.
  2. Rommel 1/16 Mini-Diorama

    Very nice! I like the weathering!
  3. Sick. My wife said the same. I agree. I like this kind of sense of humor
  4. Time to finish. First competition in a week. Clothes for Beznogow ready.
  5. Bezrukow - the one withouth hands:
  6. First colors. A102 (yellow German-African) and pale flesh VGC.
  7. Camper for the 66 Suburban

    Scratch - the quintessence of model making. I admire.
  8. This kind of WIP is a honey for my eyes, as we say here in PL. You will do something with the rear spring? The one from the set does not look good. A thick wire maybe?
  9. Hello friends!Easter soon, it's time to think about ornaments. These figurines are beautiful, don't you think ?? Their names are a game of Polish and Russian words. They mean that one is without hands and the other has no legs. Bases - they're beautiful as well, however, they're quite small... I will use these: Hope it isn't very disgusting for you?
  10. Easier? I would not dare paint anything bigger than 54 mm. There is no place for a mistake - everything can be seen! I think 28/54mm is the best scale for beginning with miniature painting.