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Just now, SisterMaryNapalm said:

 

Well I hope we will continue. I've got another 40 guys on the table ^^

 

I've got a whole platoon in a box still to go.  And if Frontline Games brings Bolt Action product to Reapercon again, I might come home with enough germans to last me for years.  :lol:

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Just now, buglips*the*goblin said:

 

I've got a whole platoon in a box still to go.  And if Frontline Games brings Bolt Action product to Reapercon again, I might come home with enough germans to last me for years.  :lol:

 

I made a comment in that regard in the first post.

 

I'll see you next time at the hangout.

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Beautiful job, both of you. Have you read Martin Caidin's book "The Tigers are Burning"? about the battle of Kursk.

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Great work both of you!

Sister's group looks more finished due to the bases, but I like both.

 

Are you guys going to do some vehicles as well?

 

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9 hours ago, Corsair said:

Beautiful job, both of you. Have you read Martin Caidin's book "The Tigers are Burning"? about the battle of Kursk.

 

No I haven't.  Is it good?

 

1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Great work both of you!

Sister's group looks more finished due to the bases, but I like both.

 

Are you guys going to do some vehicles as well?

 

 

Yes I will, but not as part of this thread. I will combine that with a little tutorial on how to do weathering on a vehicle.

 

At least if that's wanted.

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1 minute ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

 

No I haven't.  Is it good?

 

 

Yes I will, but not as part of this thread. I will combine that with a little tutorial on how to do weathering on a vehicle.

 

At least if that's wanted.

 

I'm always interested.

Weathering can also be used for scifi/ fantasy vehicles so I think it would be useful to many people here.

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9 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Great work both of you!

Sister's group looks more finished due to the bases, but I like both.

 

Are you guys going to do some vehicles as well?

 

 

I know we had a Stug III and a Panther in common, but I only have the Panther unfinished and I'm not sure if Sistermary's Panther is already done.

 

For separate, individual projects, I have a Sherman V, a Cromwell, a Chi-Ha, a Ho-Ro, an M8 Greyhound, and an sdkfz234/2 Puma left to do.

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Just curious. Do you have a reference for using that camo pattern on pants? I have never seen that one used on pants before. 

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39 minutes ago, Heisler said:

Just curious. Do you have a reference for using that camo pattern on pants? I have never seen that one used on pants before. 

 

Yes. I had a look on the internet and found that illustrations of troops using winter camo also involve those trousers.

 

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Then I found this photograph:

 

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So I said: seems legit. And I did it. Breaks up the scheme of white and grey trousers a bit.

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