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  1. I got this as a Birthday present, having seen a few builds in various sections on here mainly @diablo rsv. I've got a few ideas on how the finish build will look, it will be set in France as during the early stages of the buses conscription. I'm currently taking annual leave and got a bit done, the detail is fantastic, however, with the extremely delicate parts there sprue connections are a little over the top. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-36531984
  2. So this is my new project. My plan is to make it a bit battered and neglected, though still in use. Full of graffiti in several layers, so weathering, graffiti decals, weathering and more decals, and finally the last weathering. Let’s see if I can stay the course or jump on another project prematurely. Here’s the progress so far. I primed the under carriage with track primer, then added some rust colours from Vallejos rust set. Next step was some hairspray followed by an off black mix based on Tamiya’s flat black. Tamiya’s paints are the only ones I’ve used that behave the way
  3. B-Type Military Omnibus of the 91 Army Service Corps MTC. Ypres Spring 1915 Introduced in 1910, when most buses were still horse-drawn, the London General Omnibus Company (LGOC) B-type was London’s most successful mass-produced motor-bus. After the outbreak of war in 1914, London buses, along with their drivers and mechanics, were commandeered for the war effort. The buses were used to transport troops to and from the Front Line and were put to use as ambulances and even mobile pigeon lofts. Nearly 1,200 LGOC vehicles went on war service, most to France
  4. Hello everybody! I'm new here and haven't built a 1/35 kit in er... decades. But with the whole of my family cutting, gluing and painting over the last couple of months of the Covid19 situation, it finally dawned on me that I could join in at the craft table too. So I've decided to start small and see how it goes with the MiniArt 1/35 Dingo Mk. 1b. It looks a like a nice, well moulded kit in the box with some PE included though I've noticed some errors in the decals (more of that later). My plan is to build it more-or-less OOTB as a way to practice a few skills. I'll probably add s
  5. This is my first attempt at a Work in Progress so please bear with me on this one. After my last couple of tank builds became somewhat bothersome at the track stage I thought it was time to build something without tracks. I was going to build Miniart's B-Type lorry but I found the bus too tempting with plenty of scope for different weathering such as broken glass windows and worn down to the wood paint work etc. I think I will need to work on my figure painting skills as this is crying out for some war weary soldiers to be added in a small diorama. I will need to
  6. A very fun build now completed. Hope you like how it turned out. Stay healthy and cool out there. /T
  7. So, this is my first build thread. I haven't got the best equipment for taking great pix, and the light made the weathering so far look a bit starker than in real life. I appreciate good advice on painting and building, but I'm not after a 100 percent accurate model. I apply some artistic freedom, and try to add some visual interest instead of trying to mke everything completely accurate. This will be built OOB, at the moment I'm not inclined to go an extra mile or two with detailing. I'm on holiday, so I try to keep this fun and leisurely. So far this model https://www.britmodeller.com/f
  8. I see these as a 3D picture rather than a model, and I find it an extension of the paintings I usually make. I like the Miniart stuff, but the self propelled gun was a bit challenging to finish to a decent standard, but as part of a diorama some corners were cut. Close inspection via photographs show up some things that could be improved, but hey ho, overall I am pleased with the outcome, and most important I enjoyed making it. Didn't spend too much time on the figures, as the building is the main topic. Photos now: Hosted by Billybookcase on FLICKR
  9. Bear with this post – its my background philosophy and a stake in the ground to myself… For many years I have tried and more or less failed to model railways. I say failed as in all the years that I have been trying, I have yet to finish a working layout. Now its not like I haven’t nearly got there but I have never actually got there. I have worked in various scale 1/76, 1/87 and 1/43. The problem with model railways is that, for me, there is too much that you have to get right for it to work. The track has to be flat, the wiring has to be right, the points have to change, the roll
  10. It's time to finish what is in hand for Saumur 2017. A lovely model.
  11. Hi Everyone, Just finished one of my rare forays into AFV Modelling, my take on, a Mk III Valentine as used by the New Zealand Army in the Solomon Islands during `Operation Squarepeg` Built from the MiniArt 1/35 kit that I purchased following my enquiries on the WWII forum last April Nothing added to the kit on my part but quite a few left off as this is not one of the options in the box and the markings are a mixture of the kit ones, some from the stash and a bit of hand painting ( hope I don`t offend anyone with my dodgy Kiwi ! ) I cut the mud guards back to match the few pic`s I
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