Sunday, 1 September 2013

Just one more to go!

Well this has been a week and no mistake!

Bank holiday Monday, action packed day at work on Tuesday, Health and Safety course for the rest of the week with a presentation to do on the final day. All that and, as you saw on Thursday's post, a bit of hobby stuff on the side too.

Well... to repeat the title of today's post 'Just one more to go'... yes, I have finished the medical vehicle:

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I have painted it in line with the rest of the vehicles so it looks a bit 'flat' but that is just the way of it. It is funny but, when I put this one up against the other Marauder conversion, I noticed that the colours were different. The older vehicle was lighter grey and had different coloured tyres! My excuse? It was put together in a different workshop that specialises in medical vehicles and they used different tyres and didn't have the perfect shade of grey! That is my excuse and I am sticking to it.

With the Tunnel Fighters still firmly in mind, I have also started to build the final, Command vehicle:

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It is based on a Flakpanzer Gepard 1/35th scale kit so it will be quite large. Due to it needing to be quite tall, I may make it so that the top section can be removed for transport (by using some magnets). I have still not decided on how I want it to look but it will be able to feasibly contain two OGrymn, a battlesuit and a small selection of Grymn (the Special Command squad). Fortunately, I was in town yesterday and was able to pick up some cheap paint from Modelzone (due to it closing down) so I will be able to spray the wheels before going too far with the build.

What else is happening? Well... Kev over at Hasslefree Miniatures has been designing and building some new arms for the Grymn Walker. Here is what he has come up with:

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Cool stuff, I am sure you will agree.

See you from the beach!


Lord Siwoc said...

Well done mate!

Time for a port?

Inso said...

Not on a Sunday :)

I have been busy cutting and gluing and the last thing I need when I'm using a scalpel is a nice glass of smooth, smoky, delicious port...

...mmmmm... port.

Oh... neodime magnets are very cool (I'm using them on the last vehicle.