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DMOM August 2011 entries

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Armorama is proud to present the entries into this months model of the month contest sponsored by Dragon Models, please take a moment to view them and then vote for your favourite, don't forget we are currently taking entries for next months DMOM contest as well.

And to remind you all of the prizes:-
First Place
The prize will be a Latest or Upcoming release of a Dragon Model Kit (1/35 scale).
Second Place
The prize will be a recent release of a Dragon Model Kit (1/35 scale).
Third Place
The prize will be a recent release of a Dragon Figure Kit (1/35 scale).

and not forgetting that the top four winning entries will also get automatic entry into the Model of the year Contest In December

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About the Author

About Keith Forsyth (docdios)
FROM: ENGLAND - WEST MIDLANDS, UNITED KINGDOM

Keith Forsyth (docdios) comes from the small town of Stafford in the United Kingdom. He began his interest in modeling at an early age with armor being the main focus. It was not until finding himself between jobs in 1995 that he really got hooked. It was during a shopping visit to another town when...


Comments

wow, very cool models this month!
SEP 04, 2011 - 09:28 AM
Some careful study needed this month before I cast my vote. One question why is the swaztika in the centre of the Afrika Korps symbol on the Horch blanked out- did the modeler do that or is it Armorama policy?
SEP 04, 2011 - 09:51 AM
it was done by the modeller on all the pictures submitted, as far as I am aware we don't have a policy for doing such things. Keith
SEP 04, 2011 - 10:06 AM
it was done by the modeller on all the pictures submitted, as far as I am aware we don't have a policy for doing such things. Keith[/quote] Thanks Keith
SEP 04, 2011 - 10:15 AM
I think it is strange to put a symbol on your model and then erase it on the image
SEP 04, 2011 - 10:30 AM
Duty done, great selection of models this month. Best of luck to the winners! For some countries in Europe, displaying the swastika in any setting is a criminal offense. The builder likely used the same photos for online posting or similar...that would be my guess at any rate as to why the insignia had been edited in the photos submitted.
SEP 05, 2011 - 06:42 AM