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El Alamein Designer Interview with Tim Adcock

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El Alamein Designer Interview with Tim Adcock

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stonewall
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This is a fascinating blog post, I think we kind of take for granted how these kits just appear every couple of months and don’t necessarily take into account how much work and effort really goes into making these fantastic models/kits so realistic and easy to put together. Thanks guys for doing what you do!

daegren
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I really enjoyed this one. Always interesting to see what happens behind the scenes.

phasestar
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Very interesting.

milkshake
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Talk about intricate. Fantastic work and fascinating results.

astralwraith
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Love hearing about how the models are made, and aout the thought & preparation that went into them right at the start

doomzombie
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Hat`s of to the guy`s, thanks for the insight into how it all starts. I never released just how much work goes into getting a model kit into a box, from now on i`ll take that little bit more extra care when making future models (and painting them of course).

dimdim
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Really cool to see this kind of stuff.

volkbane
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Appreciate the designer point of view–thanks!

caledor2
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I liked to see the design/engineering side of the kits.

eddator227
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Really great to know how designers works, as said inmense job for a quick assembly and paint sesion of hobby!

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