Friday, June 26, 2009

Babies and the Art of Military Modelling

Well, life goes on. Me and Erin and an Airfix Gloster Gladiator.
The North Africa project. The Dorchester Armoured Command vehicle is scratch-built on an AEC Matador Chassis. It took me a week of half-hour spots here and there.

Another of the ACV with Matildas preparing to stand off hypothetical attackers. Next post will take us back to the Eighteenth Century.


Steve-the-Wargamer said...

I used to swear by those pouches when my little'uns were that age... pop 'em in there and they'd be asleep in minutes leaving both arms free for doing..... what you're doing!

Nice models - looking forward to seeing them on the tabletop in a game!

Fitz-Badger said...

Great picture! Your look of concentration, with your tongue in the corner of your mouth, while the baby slumbers gave me a chuckle. :-)

littlejohn said...

Right there with you! I'm doing the one-handed-hobby-stage (holding the little one in the other...!) as well.