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 Posted: Tue Jul 3rd, 2012 09:55 am
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Woodie you could use her at your "House of Ill Repute". Might be a nice addition. The only bad thing is were do you put her welding rig at.
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Hi Juergen :wave:

Just wondered if you could comment on the quality of 3D-prints from this company ?

Sasha looks like a tricky subject for printing.

The photo on Page-1 is obviously a 'render'...
...NOT the 'real' item.

:moose:

Si.

They do have a number of quite unique products, in various scales.



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Of course, the larger scale you get, the better quality the figure.
Still, 3D printing can yield some really good results as small as O scale. I bought these, which weren't cheap, but they're excellent renditions of two real-life people from the RR I model. I just need to figure out how to paint them.



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Found my first 1/35 figure for a planned saloon.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/371791472092




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Here are a couple of 1:35 scale "ladies" who worked at the now defunct Gila Hotel in Mogollon, NM. Watch out for them, they carry knives in their garter belts!

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The one on the red skirt looks like Bettie Page...
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Jose, those ladies stood on the balcony for many years outside and still look "nice" as the hotel sits on a shelf.

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The 1:35 dude who drives my faux Caterpillar TEN...
...dozey Dmitry ( thanks Doug ;) )...
...is a RUSKIE !

The MiniArt 'Soviet Jeep Crew' 1:35 figure set is quite a good one for sitting/driving figures.
Oh ... and you get a flag waving chick from Moscow as well !

Michael, she is wearing standard Russian Army Siberia issue kit...
...but you could probably sand most of that off, for railroad use ! ;)

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WAKE UP DMITRY !! :slow:

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I have one military set already, but I haven't started working on it yet (too many other projects going). 

If you do a search on WalMart.com you will find some 1/35 figures.



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Sasha certainly does have a great pair of tanks

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