Monday, February 2, 2015

British Scout Carrier

A couple of early war carriers I've been working on over the last week or so...



This one has had crew added to designate it as a command platoon



Not one of my better crew conversions but I am running low on various spare parts, especially the very useful Matchbox British




These are nice little resin model by Frontline.

12 comments:

  1. Ooooh, they are cute!!! Seriously, another great job Al. What colour did you use for the Bronze Green? I am nearly at the stage of painting up some of my Carriers.
    Cheers
    Col

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    1. Thanks mate, the colour is Vallejo Military Green, it has had a couple of coats of black wash and just a little drybrushing. Can't wait to see your models.

      Al

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  2. You did a nice job of bringing them to life. The VJ military green is a useful paint.

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  3. Hi.
    Cute models,
    ;) mg-turret versions..

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  4. These turned out great. They're like trucks, you can never quite have enough.

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  5. They look great. I must really pay more attention to crewing my WW2 vehicles as it really brings them out.

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  6. Nice one Al. I will throw in some MB Brits in your next care package.

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  7. Thanks gang, still adding things to my favourite, the early part of my collection. Thanks Paul, most of my MB figs are very brittle and break in really unusual places, some spares will be well received :)

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  8. nice mini Brits. wish you all the best, Al.

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  9. Works for me
    BEF are a must in my WWII project book!

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