101st Airborne

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101st Airborne

Postby Suetonius Paullinus » 01 Nov 2014, 12:35

Why nobody thought of making some plastic Airborne (US/ Paras/ Fallschirmjaeger) so far is totally beyond me..
So conversion time it is! I wanted to do this for a long time; ever since realising the WGF GIs have jackets of appropriate length for this and therefore there wouldn't be too much hassle with GF..

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Re: 101st Airborne

Postby Badger » 01 Nov 2014, 21:39

That is boss!
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Re: 101st Airborne

Postby Jack007 » 04 Nov 2014, 19:34

Man, that looks great. The only thing I think hes "not" loaded down with, is the proverbial 'kitchen sink'. So yea..thats a paratrooper. ;)
I have to ask.

"Please' tell me the 101st "Screaming Eagle" shoulder patch, is a really, - r e a l l y - small transfer. Right?
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Re: 101st Airborne

Postby Suetonius Paullinus » 05 Nov 2014, 04:30

Yep. No worries, it is a transfer ;-)

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Re: 101st Airborne

Postby Mac » 05 Nov 2014, 15:29

A tutorial is in order! :idea:
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Re: 101st Airborne

Postby Paul » 15 Jan 2015, 12:50

Excellent work Suetonius! Its always exciting to see what people are able to do with our miniatures.
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