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Your script handwriting is beautiful! Your owl mage and the whole piece is very well done. 

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2 hours ago, ub3r_n3rd said:

Nicely done!!

 

Thank you, sir

 

2 hours ago, Zink said:

That's cool!

 

Thanks :-D I like it, too!

 

1 hour ago, Pochi said:

Aaaaaw! Probably my favorite Critter! Nicely painted!

 

Thank you, madam. I really like this character, too - though I have to admit, there are some paintjobs out there which let this character appear in a more creepy way than mine does ^^

 

 

45 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Your script handwriting is beautiful! Your owl mage and the whole piece is very well done. 

 

Thank you very much! Regarding the handwriting: Oh, I am sorry - I should have said it somewhere: I tried the handwriting and it totally went wrong - so this one is a selfmade decal, worked on for like 20 minutes or so using my PC and printer

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Very cool piece!

Great present!!

 

For those of you who don speak German, the sign said Left ( Links) and Right ( Rechts)..

 

@Knochensack where did you get that display base with dome?

( remember no commercial links allowed, just point us in the right direction or send it through PM )

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Very cool piece!

Great present!!

 

For those of you who don speak German, the sign said Left ( Links) and Right ( Rechts)..

 

@Knochensack where did you get that display base with dome?

( remember no commercial links allowed, just point us in the right direction or send it through PM )

 

Man, you're asking stuff ... ::P:

 

It was a showcase that came with a Marder IFV, so I have no idea where to buy it. If you check "display case scale model" (or in German: Modellbau Vitrine) on google, you should be directed to the correct addresses.

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5 minutes ago, LarsM said:

Super beatifull. And I like the sign, easy to follow haha..

 

Thank you, sir. Glad you like it. Well - if all the roadsigns in Germany would be so easy to read, driving would be lot easier :-D

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5 minutes ago, Gadgetman! said:

Wonderful.

 

I would have swapped the signs around to mess with people's head, but that's just me being me...  

 

 

Haha - I like that idea, but ... we wanted to make a nice present for a nice colleague. So that was out of question.

 

Maybe next time with someone I don't like - "Go to hell" - "Go to hell (backdoor)".

 

Thanks for the comment!

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There's a place here in Norway by that name...  

Even has a railway station, so you can actually buy a round-trip ticket there.

 

Telling someone to go there tends to lose it's charm if they can return...  

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