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Wagtail

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  1. Krupp Raumer S

    Wow if that's one you're not entirely happy with then I can only begin to imagine what standard you work to. That is simply amazing the weathering and overall feel of the finished result is brilliant
  2. Universal Carrier 1/35th

    Top job, really like the extras especially the 6 coy markings on the box in the back. A lovely kit really well done
  3. Looks really nice very well done. Love the exhaust and weathering
  4. TAKOM FV432 Mk.2/1 B.A.O.R

    A great start to what I'm sure will be a long run of these and I can't wait for each and every one!. Mines literally on the way great to see some classic British armour available (at a reasonable price anyway).
  5. Warrior - Academy 1/35

    Excellent work, hats off to you for the photo-etch work too, love the fire extinguisher brackets and stowage straps on the front. Lovely job.
  6. M20 Armored Utility Car 1/35

    A really outstanding job. So many small details captured from the empty cases in and around the vehicle, the apples and wine bottles to the slings on the M1's in the racks. Really good results with the canvas and rolls plus excellent wood effects on the tools too. Absolutely love it and inspiring to get some more detail in to my interiors when I do them!
  7. Panzer III 1/35th Dragon

    Lovely finish, a cracking build!
  8. Really impressive, lovely result!
  9. Tamyia Pink Panther 1/35

    Thanks Badder hopefully sorted
  10. Hi All Here's a relatively quick build of Tamiya's old Pink Panther. pretty much OOB except for some stowage items out of the spares box and some replacement head light lens. A quick and easy build(except for painting the number plate, I gave up in the end), which I will make a decent base for. Mainly built out of respect for a character I'll be having a beer or two with at the end of the month and who spent plenty of time behind the wheel of these back in the early 70's. Hope you like it.
  11. Italeri 1/35 SAS Jeep

    Lovely build and great to see all three together. I have just finished reading Nazi Hunters by Damien Lewis which tells the story behind these jeeps and their use particularly in the Alsace region of France toward the end of the war, well worth a read! Your model is a fitting tribute to some awesome men who really did give their all to the end of that twisted regime.
  12. 1/35 Tamiya M113A2 Bosnia 1996.

    Nicely done and a great job
  13. thanks John I think that is the one I used but alight one with dark green and brown paint to add the squares cheers
  14. Thanks. It was a 1/35 scale cam net I bought on line (sorry can't remember the make I've had it ages) then used thick acrylic dark green and brown pain to add square patterns as on the real thing.
  15. Oh? Sounds interesting, never heard of them will look those up for sure cheers
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