Think it's looking great. Like you said it's supposed to fun building these beasts and as long as you are happy with it, what others say or think doesn't really matter.After a beerita (pictured), an order of fried crawfish tails, and onion rings with my wife and oldest daughter, I found myself in a better state of mind even though the Coogs loosing to Miami in the Sweet Sixteen 89 to 75.
I was able to settle down and try again at weathering the StuG beast and start on the diorama.
Maybe I'm just too hard on myself, after all this hobby is supposed to be fun and relaxing.
Thanks PM! Answer is a resounding yes to all. These little hiccups aren't bad they are only learning speed bumps — reminding me to "Slow down, you move too fast You got to make the morning last..." "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" from Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. Now I'm showing my age lol. Building models is a way to slowdown from our day-to-day life. (Two thumbs up).Think it's looking great. Like you said it's supposed to fun building these beasts and as long as you are happy with it, what others say or think doesn't really matter.
Did you enjoy building it. Did you enjoy the frustration of missing parts, little mistakes, the challenge of getting bits to fit and stick? Did you spend age's deciding on the colours and patterns? Did you start swearing when the decals ep folding and the hour's of chasing them around the tray?
If all the answers are yes then it's a bloody good build and you have learnt so much for the next build. Have fun.
That's looking really great, can't wait to see the finished build.Each build seems to have a first for different effects. This is my first for making mud and adding it to the tracks and making a snowy, wet, icy puddles, and mud puddles.
I plane to attempt snow tomorrow, putting the trees back in their spots and possibly old paint brush grasses.