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Finished up a tank that's been sitting on my paint table for a while now. It's a Merka 5 tank from Rebel Minis in 15mm. The sculpt was done by the esteemed John Bear Ross. Seen here with a quick set up showing off the bushes/hedges I also finished recently

 

http://www.scsminimadness.blogspot.com/2013/03/merka-5-and-some-scatter-terrain.html

 

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Thanks! I'm trying really hard to keep the boxes scale-less as I tend to bounce back and forth between N-Scale (CAV), 15mm, and 28mm (and eventually 6mm if I ever finish painting those). Unfortunately though it is starting to bother me that they aren't "finished" and "finishing" them will most likely lock them into a scale as I detail out windows and doors.

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