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Airfix 1/76 Waterloo Farmhouse
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Le Haye Sainte, 16 June 1815, two days before the battle :ha:
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Brilliant job Ratch, that looks most lifelike!

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Very nice. I like the ground work.

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Thank you both :grin:

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Class act Ratch - your painting of structures just gets better and better mate - I love the white wash on the walls fading to reveal the red brick underneath. That along with the weathering is truly realistic; the whole model just exudes an "atmosphere". Brilliant work!
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I am amazed at the variety of models you do Ratch,well tidy mun.


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What a nice peaceful scene .... what happens next ? :)

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beany wrote:
Class act Ratch - your painting of structures just gets better and better mate - I love the white wash on the walls fading to reveal the red brick underneath. That along with the weathering is truly realistic; the whole model just exudes an "atmosphere". Brilliant work!
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Al, you are too kind - I'm blushing :oops:

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I am amazed at the variety of models you do Ratch,well tidy mun.
Thanks very much - the variety prevents boredom :lol:

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What a nice peaceful scene .... what happens next ? :)
Thank you too John - you must read '24 HOURS AT WATERLOO -18 JUNE 1815' by Robert Kershaw. I picked up a copy in a sale. A most enlightening read told from all sides using contemporary accounts by the ordinary soldier and even some civilians 8-)

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