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Let's Present ... Soviet Russian Female Battalion for Bolt Action


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Long time no see.

 

I didn't have the time to work on my girls lately, so they somehow got lost in all the stuff I did in between. But a few days ago, I by accident fell over one of the vehicles, so I thought: "Let's finish it!" So - after a weekend, here we are:

 

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Hm - the rusting on the doors of the drivers cabin might be a bit strong. I'm not sure ... hm.

 

Anyway - I hope you enjoyed this work. If wanted, I can do a tutorial on how to do some winter weathering on vehicles.

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Thank you very much.

 

Yes. Okay. We can do that. I've got some more and different vehicles on the table, so a tutorial shouldn't be a problem.

 

9 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

During a prolonged battle there would be little time to properly maintain the vehicles..

 

Let's be honest: Getting a vehicle or tank down to this state is virtually impossible. Especially the German tanks would break down way before becoming this messy. But well - it's supposed to make an impression on the table, so ... why not ...

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