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PeloBourbon13 Jul 2023 2:17 p.m. PST

Hi, some pictures of two T26 in 1/72 scale from Pegasus Hobbies, freshly finished.

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A few more photos in the blog awashofbourbon.blogspot.com

Cheers

PeloBourbon13 Jul 2023 2:23 p.m. PST

Sorry for the double post, can you please delete one ?
Thanks a lot

Makhno191814 Jul 2023 6:12 p.m. PST

great paint job! I like the effect of the black and white photo too.

Rocco Siffredi14 Jul 2023 7:28 p.m. PST

Such fantastic modelling deserves some table-level shots. Also, why did you shift from 15mm to 20mm?

PeloBourbon15 Jul 2023 2:14 a.m. PST

Hi Makhno, thanks for the comment! The b/w is a filter from the phone's camera.

Hello Rocco,
Good question,8^)
I been collecting both from many many years. When I discovered PeterPig's range I wanted to play the Flames of War SCW version "España en Llamas" as usual hoarded a pile of lead but went nowhere. Two years ago I bought "Whom the dice rolls and retook the 15mm collection, then I stopped again.

In fact the 20mm figures precede it since I bought them in the early early 90's. When I discovered "Des tranchées aux Barricades" rules link I saw the opportunity to use the old fellas and here we're rebasing, giving a new coat of paint, making terrain, enjoying every moment of this new trip , let's see where it goes.

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