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Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Croydon Armoured Van

Here is the latest project I am undertaking this being the Croydon Armoured Van from Mutton Chop Miniatures.  This was modelled by Ian Armstrong of BEF fame based on the Austin Tilly and is a lovely little "Heath Robinson" Armoured Car. I have gone for a First World War "camouflage" scheme and I think it sums up VBCW perfectly. There is still a lot of work to do on it, but this is a start.



8 comments:

  1. Wow! Wonderful colours, curious to know what you still think you have to do on it as it looks great to me as it is.

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    1. I still got to shade it a little, okay I mean add a light ink wash, the wheels and the vickers at the top. Its been fun to do.

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  2. Brilliant! The disruption pattern must have been fun to paint. Is it an autumn pattern?

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    1. Oh yes fun but also a pain. Its not seasonal its one I sort of got the idea from First World War Camo and cubist painting.

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  3. What a fun piece to paint, you don't get to paint this kind of job very often and it look great already!

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  4. It is fun to paint and hopefully aiming to have it finished but the end of the day.

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