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  • #144593
    Abwehrschlacht
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    New video, building Plastic Soldier Compay’s Rauppenschlepper Osts. Just a short one for you today!

     

    Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNUYwNznn-ZuNMoHoF3urwQ

    Blog: http://www.stormofsteelwargaming.com

    #144610
    deephorse
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    You certainly get a lot of options with PSC 15mm stuff.  Unfortunately for me I do 20mm and their boxes offer far less ‘value’ in terms of what can be produced from the set in comparison with the 15mm.  You got some nice results at the end.  Thanks.

    Now a bit of critique 😧

    Your hands hid most of the assembly section, so I’d either put the camera directly opposite your body if you intend for us to see that, or skip it entirely.  PSC stuff is generally simple to assemble anyway.

    Thanks again for posting.

    Trust science, not the scientists.

    #144611
    Abwehrschlacht
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    Cheers, yep the PSC kits certainly spoil us. I can never really make my mind up what I want to do with all the options. yep, this was a bit of an experiment with the video TBH, so I’m happy to take on board any criticism. It’s hard to find the perfect angle when you only have a small amount of room on the table.

    Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNUYwNznn-ZuNMoHoF3urwQ

    Blog: http://www.stormofsteelwargaming.com

    #144613
    deephorse
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    I forgot to add, how about showing what the sprues contain, and describing what can be made from the box, rather than the assembly?

    Trust science, not the scientists.

    #144615
    Abwehrschlacht
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    Yep, I have another video coming soon for the Sdkfz 231s in which I did exactly that. Like I said, this was an experiment.

    Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNUYwNznn-ZuNMoHoF3urwQ

    Blog: http://www.stormofsteelwargaming.com

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