terça-feira, 29 de abril de 2014

SCW Locomotives & War Series nº 92 - by Carlos Briz

Figures - Pendraken
Veichles - Minifigs and Perrin

(Class CCHNE 030 locomotive - Spanish Northern Railway Company) 

Oh boy!

The "110th post" related to this outstanding "SCW Locomotives & War Series" is coming up real fast!

This surely will be a date to celebrate and remember, since it represents all the hard work WE have been putting out over here, for many years.

Oh, and our friend Carlos Briz also has contributed something for this too...

And here you have another great dio that CB made, where he applied some of the techniques thats guys like myself have taught him, over the years...

Don't mention it, CB...it is always my pleasure...

By the way CB, I already have some ideas on how to celebrate the "100th post".

I'll let you know about them further down the road...

Check out the close-up on this Savoia-Marchetti!

It might have been a cannon fodder kind of airplane, but it sure looked good...


segunda-feira, 14 de abril de 2014

WWII Locomotives & War nº 91 - by Carlos Briz and Mário Laranja

(Class BR52 Locomotive - German State Railways)

That's right guys, here we have another fruitful joint-venture (modelling wise...) between our good friends CB and ML, that resulted in another outstanding dio!

You guys must have thought that CB had retired or somethig, but there is a really simple explanation related to the reason why more than a month went by without a new post being placed over here, in the most portuguese (but english scribbled...) blog on the world wide web:

It was all JF's fault!

And why, you ask?

Simply because that guy forgot to inform me (for over more that a month...) that he had placed more pics on the blog, since I am the only guy in our BT wargames group that can invent a good story, in several languages, as you surely must have noticed (not the "several laguages" part...yet...).

Well, anyway, all is well, when it ends well, and it all came up to a good ending, since at the time when I am writing this I am very near the actual place were the events portrayed in this dio ocurred, and therefore I can vouch for it's full historical accuracy.

Great dio guys!