Thanks Mr R.....PM inbound
Cheers Andrew, if you remember, I’m using the reference pictures I found for this, so it does need to be reasonably filthy. I’ve been building it up in layers so as not to go overboard....glad you think it looks okHi Si
Looking really rather good there. Nicely muddy but without being over the top. Very well done.
Cheers Jon, much appreciatedLooks fantastic Si.
Thanks for the kind words mate. Maybe I should have a trySo, given the quality of that build a building is well within your skills. Great work.
Thanks Mr TVery nice
Cheers PaulExcellent finishes. PaulE
Cheers ChristianLooks good! I like the colour variation, too :-)
Hiya mate,Good to see this one back at the bench mate. Looking good there, always appreciate a bit of mud ^^
You luck devil you! I think I watched something to do with that on YouTube last night....looked cold and wet but some cool vehicles rumbling aroundHi chap,
Nope sadly nothing, we bought a new house and it needs some work before we move in. That'll be only in March or April. The good thing is that I'll have a mancave of 15 square metres with a huge cupboard so plenty of room to use and fill in the near future :D
Family is doing great. Just busy time. Glad I do have some time off though...yesterday I visited the NUTS! event at Bastogne...great stuff, plenty of reenactors and WWII stuff. Boy I never realized a Sherman was so noisy . And the Saumur Panthers was on display and in action so I'm glad to keep the WWII vibe alive ^^