Yesterday was a half-day, so I finished off the school-kid survivors (with one teeny exception which I'll cover later) and assembling the Forged in Battle and Flames of War WWII tanks for a customer. Let me tell you, the resin parts on the Forged in Battle tanks were flawless, apart from the usual powder residue that washes off easily with a little soap and water. But the metal parts? So much flash it was heard to tell where the gun barrels ended and the flash began! One of the metal turret parts was so badly moulded I actually had to pull it back into shape with a pair or blunt pliers to make it fit! That said, the miniatures themselves look pretty darn good when all the cleaning and maintenance was over with. But the cleaning stage took so long that the miniatures won't be base-coated now until Monday.
Anyway, on to the kiddies:
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