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After a long hiatus...ok, 'modeler's block', then....I find myself -

May 30 2009 at 7:07 PM

Craig in Daytona  (Login craigindaytona)
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dabbling into armor from time to time. I have some 35th WWII Army infantry figures ready for paint and don't wish to screw the pooch. I've never been any good at painting figures to begin with, so I was wondering if anyone can gimme any pointers or direct me to a link that has a "tutorial" or the like. Thanks for the assistance.

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Dave Brewer
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Have a look at this thread Craig,

May 31 2009, 3:17 PM 

The links should get you started-good luck with it.

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Craig in Daytona
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Thanks, Dave...................n/t

May 31 2009, 4:33 PM 


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