Soviet winter army nearly finished....

Soviet winter army nearly finished.... here are all the extra spotters for my inexperience mortars and other indirect fire units (??). 

Most of these came into being with only 3 days to go until MOAB 2019. Finally getting round to finishing them off, just a few canteen lids and a clear coat once the weather improves. Then I have to go through the rest of the army and see what didn't manage to get a second highlight and finally 4 vehicles, OK perhaps not nearly finished but perhaps the beginning of the end.

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Dan on Friday, 03 April 2020 10:59

Love this work, Rex! well done! I love the contrast of the bricks and the cloaks and the paintings great! ....those crews need to get up to regular now for those spotters to get job satisfaction
Great work- keep it up!

Love this work, Rex! well done! I love the contrast of the bricks and the cloaks and the paintings great! ....those crews need to get up to regular now for those spotters to get job satisfaction :D Great work- keep it up!
Rex on Friday, 03 April 2020 11:28

Thanks, I really need to learn to blend for the next army. The highlights will dull down a fair bit after clear coat

Thanks, I really need to learn to blend for the next army. The highlights will dull down a fair bit after clear coat
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