I have had to delay putting this on the blog. To give a mate the chance to place it on his website.
I bought this from Frontline (LINK) over the Christmas period. The idea was to use it for my Vietnam collection. I know the Vietnam "Bunkers" did not look like this but sometimes in wargames we use proxies! Anyway I painted it for the Analogue hobbies Painting challenge bonus round "Home!" Yes not really a home and it was not greatly appreciated possibly because people saw other things they liked more, or because it did not really fit the "Home" category. Who cares how people vote is up to them and I cannot blame them at all.
The only additions I made were in the form of some extra foliage. There are grass reeds added and some small clump foliage. Everything else is paint.
Let me just say it really was a joy to paint. It took me one afternoon start to finish. The reeds are bristles a wall papering brush that was bought for this purpose and may be one of the best terrain purchases I have made at 99p (From Wilkinsons 3 years ago!)
Anyway since painting I have developed a growing interest in the Pacific war. The model is 20mm (1/76th Scale) a two piece casting and very suitable for any 20th century conflict in the pacific.
Tim has since added the pic to his Frontline web site. If you want to check that just click the link above, click on 20mm ww2 Accessories and it is the second from the bottom.
That's it for today. Have fun take carte and paint if you feel in the mood. All the best Clint
EdiT: I also added some "Static Grass" as well. I forgot about that when writing this . I sincerely apologise