ACW. First up!
Thanks to all those who gave encouraging comments on my recent WWI effort, it was touch and go whether I was going to carry on through. A big thanks to Will for the advice that swayed me to carry on with it when it wasn’t going well. Go check out his work, he does great work on military vehicles. While I’m at it, the other bloke you should take a look at this week is a guy called Dave (Gee we have a lot of Dave’s in our group). As many of you would know I’m not Gamer (weak brain, I have trouble remembering the rules for the card game Snap!). If you are one however (a gamer that is), go and have a look at the fabulous work he has done on wrecked cars he will be using in the future. * Even if you aren’t, just take a peek I’m sure you won’t be disappointed!
Well I’ve been in a bit of a hole recently; I’m still working on some models for part 2 of the WWI which may or may not come to fruition. I’m not the best at vehicles, slow would best word to describe my progress! I needed something to cheer me up and what makes me happy, painting figures!
A quick look in the shed revealed a mega load of figures to be done but an old faithful from 50 years ago drew my attention (Airfix US Cavalry), a set that the PSR aren’t too keen on but I’ve never been good at historical accuracy. Well if I’m into US cavalry I might as well finish off the Imex guys that never got completed. Now, having painted these guys up I feel a lot happier!! So there we have it folks, a few photos of figures that I have no idea what I’m going to do with???
Keep well and as Luke always says at the end of his Podcast “be good to your goats” Ha Ha!