Well, I got a painting session in today..loads of fun. Some British vehicles, seen here, are much closer to being done. 3 Britannia FV 432 and a Matchbox Challenger.
I think I nailed the British 2 color scheme pretty well, no?
I also sprayed and gessoed the following stuff of interest to us Twilight: 2000 lovers.
3 Butlers Models T64s
3 Butlers Models BMP 2s
2 Revell T80s
1 Trumpeter T55
1 Model Collect T72B1
1 S and S ZSU-23-4
2 S Model BMD-2s
All in all, lots more for my Soviets. There was also some WWII stuff, but I will cover that in my sister blog, Festungplatz.
I am fairly happy with progress thus far, but there is lots to do. I also have a bit of a side project percolating in my head. We shall see if that goes anywhere?
More to come, especially that article on Pirates of the Vistula!
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