Sunday, 1 April 2012

Caesar WWII British infantry 1/72.

Hello all,

Not to let the momentum slip on the blogging front, here is a another quick one I knocked up a week or so ago. A very good set from (again) from Caesar apart from the extra plastic in the gaps between the weapons and body of the figures. A little slip in quality from them but still cracking figures non the less.
Vallejo is the paint of choice and the Panzer aces British tanker is the main colour. A good wash with burnt umber sets it off.




Quite chuffed with this one so I will leave it at that!

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Cheers for looking,   Rich.

8 comments:

Paul´s Bods said...

Chuffed!!? Slight Understatement mate...I´d be pleased as bo**ocks with that!
Cheers
paul

Sam's Blog said...

very good painting work!
a nice vignette...

Al said...

excellent, one of my favourite sets

Gowan James Ditchburn said...

really like it. my great grandfather was involved in the war he was a great scientist who... I need not explain

Paul said...

Great job Rich. He looks rather eager!

Well done.

Jay said...

This is a very nicely finished model, Sir.

peter said...

Excellent painted figure Rich!

Isn't he one of "Dad's Army" guys? :-D

Greetings
Peter
http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

Rodger said...

Very nicely done. Great blog too.