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Shenanigans16: Tamiya's Old Matilda II

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Steve Jones 1217/02/2017 18:22:32
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What a fantastic result. The dying figures are really good. The whole diorama has been tied in well. I hope you enjoyed it as much as we enjoyed following on. Well done mate


Scottie17/02/2017 18:26:48
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​What can I say that hasn't been said before, another excellent scene. You need to do a SBS or a UTube video on figure painting to give us mortals a chance.


Peter Day 117/02/2017 18:33:35
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Stevieweevie! I found this one a struggle, but there were moments of enjoyment. Thanks for your kind words.

Scottie - Glad you like it too. Really hard to do an SBS at this scale and working wet. I'll have a think.


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joe strenko20/02/2017 11:46:02
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Peter,fantastic finish on this build.. 👏👏👏 great work as always

Peter Day 120/02/2017 13:33:17
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Cheers Joe, thanks for looking in.


Roger Pirtle02/03/2017 00:20:01
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Stunning work. Beautiful figures!


Peter Day 102/03/2017 07:38:39
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Thanks Roger

This is now so 'old' that I was considering boxing it up to create cabinet space.


Tim Marlow02/03/2017 07:53:05
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Hi Peter

Just had a thought....You get a lot of requests for SBS info, and I know your technique doesn't lend itself to an SBS in the traditional sense, but what about a video clip with voiceover? Most cameras and phones allow this these days so shouldn't be hard to set up?



Wouter02/03/2017 08:08:06
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Hi Peter, missed most of this one, but I can say, what a great finish there mate, lovely scene!


Peter Day 102/03/2017 08:09:58
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Hi Tim

Nothing appeals to me less I'm afraid. I've got a social anxiety thing, so attempting something like that would be sheer torture. I also feel that my work has a long way to go before it reaches a standard I'd feel worthy of trying to pass on.

I think what I can say about my work is that it looks do-able. It hasn't reached that rarified status of show pieces and therefore hopefully inspires others to have a go.


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