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Gremlich

Who builds Sci-Fi genre models?

I found this going for $40 on ebay - 1/4000 scale

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I'll be posting pics of my own work later, but feel free to show your work too, Lego or otherwise, eh!

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Do you make models like this for Star Citizen? I've been wanting to get all of the ships done between 1/1000 scale from the Bengal to the M50 at 1/96 scale from Meters to Inches. Used this site to play around with ideas

http://www.scalemodelersworld.com/online-scale-converter-tool.html

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