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Old 03-21-2022, 07:47 AM
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Very nice work. Great job.

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Old 03-21-2022, 01:12 PM
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I wish you had used my Texan/Zero for this!
1/33 AT-6 Texan Harvard Spielberg Movie A6M Zero Paper Model - EcardModels

Still, a very nice diorama!!
I love dioramas.
This is nice.
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Old 03-23-2022, 05:54 AM
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Great work. A very nice diorama.

Gary
Thanks Gary, I really enjoy the whole process
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Very nice work. Great job.

Doug
big thanks Doug

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I wish you had used my Texan/Zero for this!
1/33 AT-6 Texan Harvard Spielberg Movie A6M Zero Paper Model - EcardModels

Still, a very nice diorama!!
I love dioramas.
This is nice.
wow I kinda late to knew your version, wonderful model and really neat on weathering effect.

in my research, I found that they use Texan for Zero and..first thought for precision I would use that, but for sentimental reason I had to make the real Zero , for representative of Jim's overjoy for aviation.

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Old 03-23-2022, 01:46 PM
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great build all round well done
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Old 03-23-2022, 03:31 PM
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Terrific work.
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Excellent!! Nice weathering...... ����✂️
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great build all round well done
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thanks guys
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Nice work, Tekzo. This is a very fascinating scene, showing how love of a flying machine
could transcend cultural, age, and other differences, even in the middle of a war. Furthermore, I find it interesting that the scene effects people around the world the same way. Thanks for building and sharing it!
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Just found this thread. I also love the movie and the great soundtrack by John Williams. Your diorama is an inspiring rendition of that scene! Well done!!!
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Nice work, Tekzo. This is a very fascinating scene, showing how love of a flying machine
could transcend cultural, age, and other differences, even in the middle of a war. Furthermore, I find it interesting that the scene effects people around the world the same way. Thanks for building and sharing it!
thanks Yeti, after all these years the movie always stay in my mind

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Just found this thread. I also love the movie and the great soundtrack by John Williams. Your diorama is an inspiring rendition of that scene! Well done!!!
thanks Papierschnitzel, IMHO best composer of all time
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