My tenth section is painted so I'm nearing a completion! This one was split in two. The top half shows 'clay kicking' a tunnel.
Those of you on Facebook may have seen Mike Butler's live video sessions of how he paints using a wet palette? He's been delighting me by painting...
Thanks Nap (Kev)
Credit for the open mouth goes to Nino Pizzachemi. I've used the Tommy's War dead artilleryman. All I did was alter his arms a...
I've been working on my German bunker. Painting the figures and all their equipment.
Here's the front,...
Here are the six completed sections. I expect that you can guess which my favourite figure is??
My German is in his snowy home now with his Tannenbaum.
I've been working on the muddy groundwork of my bunker.
The nettles are Fredricus Rex ones. I’ve adapted a pair of pliers to fold creases along the centre of each leaf where the spine is. This makes the...
Just a quick update on my trench sections.
My German trench got a smattering of snow as the figure was dressed up. The background has snow on it as...
Excellent group. I prefer Carl's version. He's looking at the messenger, but will be doing the other pose in a second or too. I feel it brings more...
Lovely, unusual subject.
I presume those pistols are to keep the queue of peg-legged, eye patched customers in order!?
My Waterloo Companion says that the 1st and 4th Cuirassiers we’re tasked to protect the flanks of d’Erlon’s infantry.
Just another quick update. I've added cross beams to my German trench - another 'typical' German thing. I had to carefully remove the old shorter...
I think it unlikely that they'll end up in IWM. I wish them well as a charity trying to compete with other attractions, but find them...
Very nicely done Geoff!
I've still not found a museum. Most would want me to donate them and won't touch 'loans' these days. I'm still working on them.
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