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Craig Abrahamson said on October 27, 2018
Never too late to break out those chalks and "dirty her up" a tad if the mood strikes. 🙂
Rick Jacobs said on October 27, 2018
Hey this is a Canadian tank we don't do dirt. A water truck followed Canadian armour around during the war. Didn't you know that, LOL.
I hear you, the models I have done early in my modeling career well be given a second look when I start doing dioramas and when I learn how to paint faces on the soldiers that go with the equipment. Thanks for you suggestion, noted.
Pedro L. Rocha said on October 27, 2018
Rick, the only suggestion I feel needed regards the photos. Improve the light factor, change the background to a lighter colour so that the models doesn’t blend with the back wall and try to get the lens a bit closer to the model. My first reaction was that the tank was in 1/72 scale or even 1/76, simply because it looks small. I bet your Churchill will pop out if so,
I hear and appreciate your suggestion. I'll be trying them in very near future. Every bit help Thanks
Robert Royes said on October 27, 2018
Another nice build. Helpful hint Pedro.
thanks, Pedro's hints have been noted.
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