Monday, September 26, 2011

For Paul...

...and you other trackheds out there!

Italian bound Kiwi Armourfast Shermans, painted and gifted to me by Andy Gorman.









And a shot with the boys! A platoon of the second Crossfire Company with HMG support and an F/O.



Arghhh! A giant mutant rat!


Benny looks a touch guilty as he investigates his surrounds!

15 comments:

  1. Bloody Nora! T-there's a r-ra, there's a r-raat on the table...! :D

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  2. Aww, but he's so cute!

    Or would you prefer this?

    A pet of one of the kids in my class!

    Nick

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  3. Very nice, certainly fit well with the figures

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  4. Nice looking rat!! the figures look nice too!!

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  5. Ah this is the business. Very tidy work indeed.

    The rat thing will not catch on, hopefully.

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  6. The last pic brought a UB40 song to mind!!

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  7. LOL, no the rat is fine Nick ;)

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  8. Cheers Boys,

    Andy did a great job.

    As for Benny...he's more interested in climbing up your jumper than playing wargames!

    Greg, did you have this in mind? To be pedantic, Benny was in the dinning area...close to the kitchen, yes, but not quite!
    :-)
    Nick

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  9. Hey that's cool, and inspiring....perhaps I should include one of our pet Guinea Pigs in my next blog photos :)
    Paper buildings look good too.

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  10. Cheers Bro,

    Had an Australian Bearded Dragon at school yesterday. Way cool!

    Nick

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  11. Hasn't the dragon in the first pic got a nice smile?

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  12. A rat!! Shermans...my second favourite bit of WWII armour and these look great.
    Cheers
    Paul

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  13. Thanks Boys!

    Yep, I was taken with Otis' smile too. Apparently he changes colour from time to time, but they're not sure why. Either mood or surroundings or something...

    Paul, Andy Gorman did a great job on those Tommie Cookers. Poor blokes...brave blokes. Imagine getting into a piece of kit that you knew had a good chance of brewing up if/when you got hit.

    Nick

    Nick

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