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Never too late to break out those chalks and "dirty her up" a tad if the mood strikes. 🙂
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.
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
Another nice build. Helpful hint Pedro.
thanks, Pedro's hints have been noted.
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