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Fort Moultrie

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Resin model of Fort Moultrie, which sits at the tip of Sullivan's Island on the Charleston Harbor, SC.

The kit is by Brigade Models, and I did the prep and painting.

 

1_900_fort_moultrie_by_spielorjh-dbdn0k2

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The thought of trying to paint anything that small makes me shudder. You did a nice job of it.

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Nice!!!!

 

*** So...THAT's R.I.B.B.I.T's secret HQ???***

 

*** Prepares Glitterbombs***

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Just now, Xherman1964 said:

Nice!!!!

 

*** So...THAT's R.I.B.B.I.T's secret HQ???***

 

*** Prepares Glitterbombs***

 

The location is still undisclosed, so you may be waiting for a while.

 

Wait, I disclosed it, didn't I?  Curses.  

 

4 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Where are the 'mechs, or space marines?

 

On the 24-gun frigate cleverly sailing in the background.

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