The year's collection for projects and/or loft insulation...
|Chris Camfield||20/04/2017 17:13:54|
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Oooh, a Canadian subject! in Italy by the look of the box art Nice, Dave!
|Dave Ward||20/04/2017 17:26:04|
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boxart is 4th Princess Louise Dragoon Guards, 1st Canadian Infantry Division, Italy 1943, there are two other options, 7th Armoured Division, HQ Section, Italy 1944, and HQ Platoon, 11th Field Co. Royal Canadian Engineers (2nd Canadian Infantry Div ), Nomandy,9th August 1944.
It's nice to see 5 views on each option - you can actually what is on each side!! ( particularly good for the 7th Arm, Div. Camo version )
|John Race||20/04/2017 19:12:51|
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One for you then Chris, like thoses boxes by the way, neat find.
|Dave Ward||21/04/2017 15:33:27|
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Keeping the postie busy,
6 vignette bases ( 1cm boxes on bottom cutting mats )
Larger base with rubble piles, and additional scatter...............
All 1/35 from FoG models, fast service, good value
Edited By Dave Ward on 21/04/2017 15:34:09
|Allen Dewire||21/04/2017 16:09:23|
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Sorry I missed you there Sir. Yes, I mostly use Tamiya paints and the balls are great for keeping them mixed. Good idea with beveling the edges. For me, this is a rehabilitation build to get back into the swing of things. I'm not super detailing this one. If I should ever build this kit again, I'll probably go whole hog on the details and burn up a lot of sheet styrene to do it right!.......
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