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Afternoon folk's,finished Tamiya's Churchill as Ben Nevis 3rd Tank battalion Scots Guards,they landed in Normandy July 44 and ended up on the Baltic coast

at the war's end after many month's of hard fighting.I figured being a Guards unit they would have kept their tank's in good order till the conditions took over

so I kept the weathering to a minimum to show the tank not long off the beach,sprayed with Mr Colour paints which have a satin sheen which I only dulled with

one  light coat  of  matt,many thank's for looking in.

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Excellent job, looks great!

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Excellent Churchill Steve. Top work all around! :clap2::clap2:

Kind regards,

Stix

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Great model, Steve, and some lovely pics of it too :yes:

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24 minutes ago, spaddad said:

orsum

Are they the kit decals?

They certainly are Dave.

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Nice going Steve, 

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Nice looking Churchill. 

 

Pete

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Very nice steve, well painted 

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Top notch Steve, do like the looks of the Churchill, like the just off the beach look :like:

 

Regards

Richard

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Nice clean build on the Churchill. I like the dusty weathering.

 

John.

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