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>> Home > Forum > Building Related > Who's at the helm?
Who's at the helm?
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steve-d
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Forum Posts: 45
28th Oct 2018 16:14  
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I need a helmsman for my Huntsman 31 in 1:12 scale.

All I'm finding is dolls house dolls or gnarley fishermen in sou'westers.

Need a man or woman in casual cloths.

Any thoughts?
thanks
Steve

Westquay
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Forum Posts: 796
28th Oct 2018 21:24  
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Your excuse to get the Mrs. involved, Steve. Get a dolls' house doll and redress him/her. 1/12th is a pain for non period figures. 1/8th ain't much better. I've redressed some 1/16th figures with Milliput to make four crew for my Crash Tender, but it took a while and you still need a base figure to save time.

Martin

steve-d
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Forum Posts: 45
28th Oct 2018 21:30  
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Just bought this one which as you say may be OK for modification.
All I need is someone holding the wheel.

A bit of 'arm breakage' may be required.


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