Friday, July 22, 2005

Ankerstein, Set 6

After a few rounds of wood block construction, it is a treat to get back to the weight and texture of Ankerstein.

This is a set 6 model. I wanted simplicity today. Most of my recent models have been for set 8, combining set 6 and set 6A, which converts a set 6 to a set 8. My next step would be to get a set 8A, so I can build models of set 10.

The sets continue, with 10A, 12A, etc, through 24A so far, and more to come. The sets are expensive, and at some point, they would exceed the level of complexity that I can cope with.

But I'd still like a set 8A. Donations are welcome. ;) Posted by Picasa

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