Duster's Workbench

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Duster47
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Duster's Workbench

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Some of you may recall I dabbled a bit on BGTSCC both IG and behind the curtain. I, like many others went my way. And like many others, check back every now and then (sometimes years later). Although I am not doing any Toolset work that does not mean I've been idle lately.

My workbench:
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In 2019 I built this:
A ROCAF F-104G circa mid-1970s, 1/48 scale.
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A German StuG-IIIF circa fall 1943 Kursk retreat, 1/35 scale.
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Then somehow I've been more productive in 2020.

An RAF Hawker Typhoon circa 1943, 1/48 scale.
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A Klingon Bird of Prey ~ 1/1000 scale. Home-printed decals on this one. Note the ship's name; no shame here. :D
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A US Army Air Corps P-39K, circa summer 1943, 1/48 scale.
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I've not given up gaming though.
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I could probably get more of the stash built if I was not here so often. :oops:
PC1 = Nerys, Emissary and Skald of the Greyfox tribe, roaming north near Secomber
PC2 = Valqis Sanejmeh; far away cartographer, Oracle of Nut at chaltin QulDaq, former navigator of the Sea Seeker, Reader of Candlekeep and sometime performer.
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These posts always serve to remind me I should do something more productive with my time.

Nice work Duster!
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me and emrys were literally just talkin about you the other day and look who shows up :lol:

you look like you dont want that F-104 tho, ill take it off your hands... :dance:
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Glad to hear from you, Duster, and to see you're still keeping up on your hobbies! I love the models. The Klingon ship with Klingon text is great. :D

Very nice workshop!
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Awesome pieces of work, Valquis flies now :D
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I see you're still doing some good work as always. :D

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That Bird of Prey looks so sick, awesome job!
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what will it be the next thing Spelljammer?
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More projects completed with landscaping. This was something fun with a bit less attention to historic accuracy.

Ming "TankToon" Tiger wearing WOT-inspired winter camouflage on snowy base. The base is ~ 5" x 6".
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More seriously is US-Army 105 mm howitzer with crew in France, June, 1944. The base is ~ 8" diameter.
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PC1 = Nerys, Emissary and Skald of the Greyfox tribe, roaming north near Secomber
PC2 = Valqis Sanejmeh; far away cartographer, Oracle of Nut at chaltin QulDaq, former navigator of the Sea Seeker, Reader of Candlekeep and sometime performer.
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Another one on the shelf.

This is a Sd.Kfz-124 "Wespe" (Wasp) 105 mm self propelled artillery, 1/35 scale, Tamiya kit (older one).
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I spent a lot of time on crew gear on this one.
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Paint job is based on units of 78th Art Reg of the 7th Panzer Division during battle of Kursk, summer, 1943.
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It was a muddy summer leading to a long fall retreat. Woodland Scenics static grass.
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PC1 = Nerys, Emissary and Skald of the Greyfox tribe, roaming north near Secomber
PC2 = Valqis Sanejmeh; far away cartographer, Oracle of Nut at chaltin QulDaq, former navigator of the Sea Seeker, Reader of Candlekeep and sometime performer.
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if i really need to do something like that then i wish this one that can kill a rat with
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