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Old 08-08-2006, 04:22 PM
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Lawrence: Have Tamiya had a battlescene on the boxes? Thought they always have had the white with just the vehicle painted on it.
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The ancient Tamiya kits from when they were Tamiya Mokei had battle scenes.
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Wow,
You've got quite the collection there James.

I really love the old style illustration. Especially of the old Revell stuff.
Did you say you just have the box tops, or do you still have alot of the actual models?

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I like the old stuff too, since I was born in '60 it has a nostalgic quality for me. PLus I like the style from that time.
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That's one varied stash! Mine are all tanks, with one car and one bird!
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well when I got back into modelling back in the early '90's I was really interested in doing replicas of vehicles related to Space Exploration. I have always had a big interest in this stuff going back to when I was just a kid getting up at 3 AM or so to watch the Apollo programs visits to the Moon.
This then transformed into digging into the origins of the technology of rocketry through representation in models. As this thread of interest continued I got into rocket planes, early jets and then for some reason, (the opportunity to do weathering) I took a left hand turn into armour. Prior to this I went through a phase about the Thunder Birds where I believe some of the drive to weather my tank models was inspired by some reading I did on the model maker who worked with Gerry Anderson on those funky T.V. Shows of the Sixties and Seventies that I grew up on.
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