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First ever attempt at posting a pic on a forum, hopefully you will see part of a completed Churchill tank, please accept this as a trial run

thanks

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well that bit worked

lets try a few more

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thanks for looking

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my ineptness with photo hosting sites
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Mmmmmm, steep learning curve I see. I have (not purposefully) removed the twisted images. I'll try to get some more right-uns up over the weekend.

I saved them the correct way, then they posted the wrong way into the hosting site. I shall persevere and try not to make too much a mess of your forum.

In answer to your question Mish, the kit is AFV and the fascine is a Hobby Fan resin item. 

Thanks for the positive comments 

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Tidy work! It takes some skill and effort to make such subjects more than a green lump and you've done it in fine style.

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Nice teasers Toolmaker, looking forward to seeing some more!

As for the learning process, that's exactly what it is. You're among friends now and we're not going to pull you apart for anything, we're just happy to see you.

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I saw "Loch Ness" on the side and thought "My word,he's built a monster!!"(I know,I'm off to the coat stand right now:harhar:)

That is one smart looking Churchill,really well done TM.

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Thank you for the kind words since I was last in here. I'm glad you like it.

Its a great kit that doesn't really need any extra's although I did put metal tracks on the "monster"

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I thought they were TM,they make all the difference to hang and sag.

I've often thought about putting them on my 1/16th RC Tiger 1,but there's a whole host of other mods to do also

so that it can run them safely such as full metal reduction gearboxes,metal drive sprockets and tensioning metal idlers

for a start.

Mrs Miggers say's "No,too many hobbies as it is":veryangry:

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