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    AFV Club 1:35 Scale British Infantry Tank Mk.III Valentine Mk.I

    AFV Club 1:35 Scale British Infantry Tank Mk.III Valentine Mk.I
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    Holy crap, that is absolutely awesome Darren, your work just gets better and better.
    i love the black (presumably oil based) pin wash around the bolts and details... the sheen is perfect, so are the colours and wood effect on the gun stcok..

    Ypu could definitely sell these for commission.
    awesome job


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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardB View Post
    Holy crap, that is absolutely awesome Darren, your work just gets better and better.
    i love the black (presumably oil based) pin wash around the bolts and details... the sheen is perfect, so are the colours and wood effect on the gun stcok..

    Ypu could definitely sell these for commission.
    awesome job
    Thanks Rich,

    Enamel based product for the pin wash, it was a very dark brown but probably could have been a bit lighter. always learning new techniques with each model I build, not 100% happy with it but probably one of the better ones I've built yet. I always have fun building and painting these kits and that's the main thing.

    A nice German 88mm gun next on the list of builds.

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    Very good Darren, i look forward to seeing the 88 i had one years ago with a half track, but got broken and thrown out.
    Cheers
    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andysarmoury View Post
    Very good Darren, i look forward to seeing the 88 i had one years ago with a half track, but got broken and thrown out.
    Cheers
    Andy
    Thanks Andy, that’s the trouble with these models, very fragile! Hopefully I will have it finished soon, almost there but it has been put to one side for a minute as other things came along but will get back to it soon.

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    A military model magazine contacted me after seeing this model on Facebook and wanted to publish it, Im pretty happy to have my work featured in a magazine.

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