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Corricon's Workbench Window 2017
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Marvellous, keep them coming!

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Finally got the QLR finished this morning:

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On to the Post War stuff now!

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More this morning as I turned my attention to the Panzerhaubitz 2000:

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Next up will be paint on the Bradley!

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That QLR is excellent and I really like the way the Panzerhaubitz is shaping up - it's an awesome SPG and I can recommend the 1/35th version as a shelf filler :grin:

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More progress this morning with the One Tonne Landrover.
Most of the main paintwork is now complete with just a few detail parts to be picked out.
As far as the build is concerned I just need to add some headlamps from Gemstones as I have already drilled out the solid headlamps of the kit.
I also need to scratch some door mirrors as they are quite distinctive on this vehicle:

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Updates to follow

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A great looking 1 tonner, Steve.

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Another collection of gems.

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Thanks guys, I fear that building will be coming to a halt now for the festivities so progress will undoubtedly slow down now unless I'm really lucky.

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Well I've managed a little more work over the last couple of days.
So much so that the One Tonne Landrover now has mirrors and pioneer tools and I'm calling it complete as I did the weathering this afternoon:

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Looks like this one will be the last for this year so I've not quite reached the record all time build of 44 in one year as this one is #42 for the year.
Updates to follow in the New Year perhaps.

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That really has turned out nicely, Steve. 42 is still a lot of models in one year, especially when they are done to a high standard! Hopefully we'll see more of your builds in the not too distant future. All the best for the New Year.

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Many thanks Shaun, hope the New Year is a prosperous one for you.

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Hi I have only just found your thread, you have some excellent builds going on, keep up the great work.

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splash wrote:
Hi I have only just found your thread, you have some excellent builds going on, keep up the great work.


Ditto, I've not checked in for a while and there are some really lovely models. Your work if very neat and tidy. I'm a very occasional AFV builder and currently trying to build Britain's homegrown main battle tanks from WWII to now ie anything whose name begins with a C. I'm making life harder for myself by trying to use British kits too.

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You have a wonderful knack for creating and photographing small-scale vehicles!
Great work!

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You have a wonderful knack for creating and photographing small-scale vehicles!
Great work!

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