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T-18 Light Tank Model 1927 "But Comrade, you told me to paint it, not to clean it" * This is the newly released T-18 from Hobbyboss. It's a nice kit, albeit with a few inaccuracies and a few simplified parts. It was originally going to be a quick out of the box build, but somewhere along the way it acquired a base, some figures, and somehow became an allegory on communist Russia in the '30's. The base is a vacform one from MiniArt, and the two figures are from Evolution Miniatures. The full build can be found here * Dio name courtesy of Andy, aka Sgt. Squarehead Thanks for looking Andy
Hi all, I don't know if this has been done before, or if this is the correct place to suggest this. There were many lovely aircraft operated in this period, and I thought an Inter-war GB would be something else. Rules would be simple, if it took to the skies between (and including) 1919 and 1938 it is eligible (civil and military) Are there any interest in this? Would also need a host to volunteer as I don't know if I can. Cheers Edit 2016-04-22 Rules changed to include other types (ships, automobiles, armor etc.) that was used between 1919 and 1938. Early 1939 is fine too. I will host, though I've never done it before so a good co-host will be needed. List of interest in the GB 1. JimmyZ (host) 2. wyverns 3. Black Knight 4. AndyC 5. Wez 6. Arniec 7. Pin 8. CliffB (co-host) 9. Richard B 10. Jb56rams 11. Banhoff 12. Caerbannog 13. Col. 14. Shermaniac 15. Mitch K 16. bubbasparksuk 17. JackG 18. Sgt.Squarehead 19. Prenton 20. Botan 21. Jaime (jrlx) 22. SleeperService 23. little-cars 24. Mach Turtle 25. Rob G 26.
Here's my first entry, if time permits I may go for a second one too, but will leave details of that until I know if it can be done in time. Here's the ubiquitous box shot: And the contents therein, I bought it second hand and the upper wing had been glued together, but it came apart fairly easily, the only other parts already assembled are the pilot pieces. The kit also includes a stand and a small roll of invisible thread for rigging, don't know if the thread was supplied with the kit originally or if the previous owner provided it. And this is the decal I'll be using: I'm intending to build it virtually out of the box, with just a little scratchbuilding to replace a couple of missing parts or to replace poor representations of certain parts. If I go down the detailing route I just know I'll get bogged down and never finish it in time. Thanks for looking. Ant