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Still Lacking info on paint squeme

March 14 2006 at 12:27 PM
Francisco Bexiga  (Login Francisco_Bexiga)
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Response to First attempt on WWI tank

Thanks for your words Todd. The rivets were made with little drops of white glue. I'm still waiting for Landship decals and I hope they bring some paint instructions..

I'm planning to do a little display base with a soldier cleaning the excess mud from the tracks to install track-spuds. I'm lacking some info about the uniform colours and I'm converting a preiser figure according to a photo of a figure of the Emhar british infantry and tank crew, the one handling the box.

I'll post my progess here as soon as possible.

Thanks again,


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  1. Colour guide... - Roger Todd on Mar 16, 2006, 2:38 PM
    1. Registered already! - Francisco Bexiga on Mar 17, 2006, 10:09 AM

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