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  1. I did. I found them on clearance, lol. Seriously, though, thank you very much!
  2. Thank you! I want to build a Char B1 Bis eventually. Those were monsters. A lot of the early war allied tanks were behemoths, though. They were just too slow. But, they look neat.
  3. I made my trunnions. I made the pivot points that the carronades mount into. I now have to make a decision about my cannons. The eyebolts at scale would be too small to thread a breech rope through unless I use thread like I did on the gunport lids. If I don’t want to use eyebolts then I can make dummy eyebolts and wrap the breech rope around the cascabel, French style (yes this is a British ship, hence the debate).
  4. This is a Warlord Games R-35 Tank in 28mm scale. I haven’t wargamed in nearly 20 years, but the 28mm ranges are great sources of obscure subjects (and fun projects). The R-35 was an early war two-man tankette belonging to the French. The German Army liked them well enough to capture them and press them into service. This is a resin kit with metal detail parts. I assembled it a while back and primed it black. I wanted a quick project for today, because it is nice to occasionally make something that you can finish in a few hours (I can’t build multiple ships at the same time). I tried to make it look nice and muddy. I still have some detail painting to do. I’ve had fun painting it today.

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