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  1. Registered User

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    Default Striped Down and Cleaned up

    Hey guys
    Took some pictures of my refs’ under a good lightning, Wile being at my home, instead at the shelter where I am playing. (The shelter is now open to the public duo to the situation, so I needed to move them out)
    Anyway, took advantage of the situation and cleaned them up real good.
    Here’s the outcome…

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  3. Abomination of desolation

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    Looking great! Unfortunately I don't have spare time to play as much as I would or clean them like you did.
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  4. Meus nomen est Nate.

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    Nice, but I'd rather see pics of them set up. What kind of shelter, bomb, animal, homeless? Bomb shelter would be cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by '][' [[]] [[]] ][, View Post
    Nice, but I'd rather see pics of them set up. What kind of shelter, bomb, animal, homeless? Bomb shelter would be cool.
    It is a bomb shelter. But animals and homeless are also welcome...
    I did post some pics few month ago of the assembled kit in it, though the lighting wasn't so good. So when I'll move back in I might do some more
    Thanks

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    Looking good!
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  7. It's Me, Bangin' B.....

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    Cool pics... Different, but I like it. Love EF, but in partial.
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    Now there's a definition of "clean and green"!

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    Good one Kiwi

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    Looks great!
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    There was a disappointing lack of stripes, but the kit still looked great.

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    your photos look awesome.
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