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Absolutly love this kit, I have a partial imterior for it I got for free
I aquired an old dragon stug c/d with metal suspension bar, huge aber update set(I am not happy with aber lol) a resin bumper set a metal exaughst and the interior set for a stug 3 ausf g so now I have a free interior set for my stug 3 lol I got all of this for 50 usd lol(I cant believe a guy was going to put an ausf G stug interior into an ausf c/d stug lol)
18. July at 16:38:34
John Van Kooten
All that for $50? That's a good deal me thinks
Yes, I also truly love this particular kit! This is the second one I got and I will be building one of them soon
just straight OOB too
it's wonderfully detailed.
I'm not a rivet counter or anything but putting an ausf. G interior in a ausf. C/D?? That doesn't sound right
I mean, it's okay if some people (like me) don't care about the really small details but a little historical accuracy should be there, right? Otherwise I could just as well go and build my tanks from Popsicle sticks
18. July at 17:51:27
Agree with John. To turn a StuG III C/D into an E could work, but a G into a C/D, would need massive modifications..., if you would like to get it right...
18. July at 18:14:55
Well john, I think I know why the dude thought that. I think he knowsnothing of the stug three variants and just said well a stug 3 is a stug 3 right? Well sir no lol ut in the end I got one hell of a dreal lol. I will post a picture of it soon. I also got a free full resin upper hul for a sherman but dont know what the variant of the sherman is
and cant find the set online anywhere sadly. If I post a picture of it, can some one help me?
18. July at 18:38:36
John Van Kooten
Indeed, Frank, indeed!
@Hunter: Ah okee!
Well, there's no shame in not knowing of course
But I think it's always best to do some research before you start building. And things like that should be very obvious to spot as being kind of impossible to do
At least you got a good deal out if it
That's not bad
Sure, post a picture of the Sherman hull. I'm not very familiar with Allied armor myself but I'm sure there are a bunch of guys out there that know a lot about it and can tell you exactly what it is
18. July at 19:01:49
Add a comment » Hunter Cummins
Hey john can you check my wall?? I have a post about ammo crates. Can you comment on there and help me??
23. July at 08:03:48
How do you build the 2 middle shurzwn plates? It shows them in two peices but in the kit its just a solid peice and doesnt show the panel line on the face of the shurzen like in the box art but in the kit it gives the top peices but it doesnt tell you how to build them please help!!!!!!!!!!!
View full thread with 32 comments Frank Krause
I'm simply using "Paint". This simple program allows you to add letters, arrows etc. MS WORD or MS PowerPoint would also work. Depends on your IT knowledge and possibilities. I guess, John could explain it better than me.
01. July at 22:44:02
John Van Kooten
LOL @ Fabian
hahaha! Yeah, I have learned not to dismiss information without thoroughly investigating it myself first
@Hunter: I did the arrows and text stuff with an application called FastStone Capture (faststone.org/FSCaptureDetail.htm
). It's a lightweight screen capture app (images and movies!) but also an image/video editor. Superb little tool!! I just took the photos, edited them in Photoshop, saved as JPG and drag the JPG into FastStone Capture to use the "Draw" option. With that option you can add arrows and annotations
01. July at 22:48:41
I love it n' wonder if it's creator is among us here at SCM!
01. July at 23:19:04
Lol thank you john. Will try to download it to my tablet
02. July at 01:36:38
Add a comment » John Van Kooten
if you want to know something about using the app, don't hesitate to ask
And yeah, the Carpet Monster is cool! LOL
02. July at 08:17:03
16. June 2013 at 17:59:49
Add a comment » Albi Hitz
Danke H K hab das teil bereits geordert ... um die 36 Euro ... (bei www.gdkits.com
Leider rechnet sich das Bestellen im Ausland nur bedingt ... bei uns in der Schweiz kleben die noch ziemlich Zollbearbeitungsgebühren drauf .... (Habe letzthin für ein Buch aus Deutschland nochmals 35 Fr. Gebüren bezahlt ( Das Buch hat irgendwas um 34 Euro gekostet ... )
16. June 2013 at 20:15:45
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