Dragon Wagon

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About Dung Lam Quoc (hondacivic)


A very nice Dragon Wagon indeed, and an example to us all how a dusty, and weather beaten Olive Drab vehicle should look. There i just one thing that distracts for me, and that is the winch cable, which should not be as kinked. Henk
SEP 11, 2007 - 01:36 PM
Congratulations on your built. I like the subtle weathering and neat built. Hope to see more of your models. My e-mail address is [email protected] I am from the Philippines and would love to exchange ideas with you regarding modelling in Vietnam and here in Manila.
SEP 11, 2007 - 02:27 PM
A very nicely finished and weathered Dragon Wagon with just the right amount of wear and tear, as Henk says though the tow cable shouldnt be kinked like that, the Horch on the back is well done too but should it be still in Panzer Grey at this time? I also dont fancy steering it onto the back of the trailer considering how narrow its track is compared to the trailer.
SEP 12, 2007 - 12:26 AM
Thanks very much! I will pay attention to my next models. Cheers! @Noli: my e-mail address: [email protected], loved to exchange ideas with you.
SEP 12, 2007 - 03:42 AM
Dung Lam Quoc: Fantastic model! I also very much appreciate your subtle weathering techniques; as soon as I logged on I saw your photo display and went right to it. The Dragon Wagon is nearing the top of my to-build list; it is a kit I don't think I can resist starting to build, and your build is very inspirational. I suppose the tow cable might need a little work, but I also believe that a 3/4-inch (or whatever size it was) wire rope was not the most flexible material, so a few kinks may not be completely out of order. However, all of my reference photos show the cables snugged up fairly tight. Regardless, this minor quibble does not detract from an excellent model. I think the Horch looks awfully small on that big trailer! But it's a neat load regardless. Thanks for sharing! Jimbo63
SEP 12, 2007 - 04:16 AM
Your ideas are very useful for me cause i'm just a beginner. I hope to get development in the future. Dung Lam
SEP 12, 2007 - 02:49 PM
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OCT 10, 2012 - 02:00 AM