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CAV Cheetah

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Hey all!  Here is a resin master of the new upcoming Cheetah attack CAV!  I've painted it in the scheme of the 5th Dornheim Brigade, "Marienburg Dragoons."  The forthcoming model will be in the CAV grey bones which also paint up pretty nice!

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It really looks awesome, you nailed it!

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I honestly can't say what I like best about these.  The highlights?  The Cockpits?  The weathering?  Everything looks great!

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Wow tremendous detail especially considering the size of the model!

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Very cool.  Love the colors and shading.

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I always like the look of a little battle wear and tear.  Thumbs up for the paint job.

 

Over on the kickstarter page, I was wondering how the radar bits would fit on the final model.  Different pictures have or don't have it up like that.  I think it looks good this way.

 

Have we reached the point where the 1 inch plastic bases are too small?  It looks like it's about to slide off the sides.

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I don't have any of the plastic hex bases, but the metal ones are 32 or 33mm (depending on how much filing the base needed) across the bottom measuring flat to flat. An inch is 25mm. I was very concerned with the decision to make the bases 1" during the first CAV Kickstarter because some of the bigger CAVs overhang the metal hex bases.

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Love those colours!

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Great work!

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