Tea Break Humber Scout Car Mk.I France 1944 'Inspirations' by Witold Socha | Armorama™

Adie Roberts continues his inspirations to help inspire modellers of all abilities to work out of their comfort zone building dioramas or just trying new builds.

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I do believe the man with the red hair is Pips Roberts! Just reading 'bout him in Operation Goodwood. Looks a lot like him.
Everything in that dio is top notch, not one complaint except you guys are a lot better than me and I am jealous! Love the flat colors on the fabric for sure. And where is the Bunker from? I’ve never seen that one, I would be really impressed if it is scratch built. I’m sufficiently inspired here.

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Hi and thank You so much :slight_smile:
And yes, bunker is a scratch from hard styro foam and acrylic putty.
Here is a link to full build article (in polish language): 1/35 Humber Scout Car Mk.I - Bronco - Budowa cz.2 - KFS-miniatures

In english is also in Model Military International no. 183 :slight_smile:

Greetings !
Witold Socha