Wednesday, 10 April 2013

The Painter's Progress....Part 4

Phew! I am glad that's over with - both the interview (and many thanks for all the good wishes - please feel free to uncross any extremities you may have crossed on my behalf!) and the small matter of the final assembly of the remaining eight pre dreadnoughts and the undercoating of the same.

Well I had to do something to steady my nerves....;-)

Seriously though, now it is the inevitable waiting game to see if I have landed the job - possibly I will know this week but more likely next.

All sixteen pre dreadnoughts are now undercoated - which is just as well as it hides the lake of super glue I had to use when fixing the thrice cursed military masts in place. I shall be starting the painting of these tomorrow (I am at the club this evening) so the plan is to try and get the lot finished by the close of play on Sunday. I need to come up with around eight fictional names for the base labels so a trawl through Jane's and Conway's will feature at some point.

Oh, and I also managed to fit in another naval action which will appear on a blog near you soon....;-)

4 comments:

Stokie Steve said...

Fingers crossed David!

Peter Douglas said...

DC

All fingfers and toes crossed. good luck!

Chers
PD

David Crook said...

Hi Steve,

I have had countless interviews, written hundreds of emails and made phonecalls like you wouldnt believe so hopefully this one will be the one!

All the best,

DC

David Crook said...

Hi Peter,

Many thanks old chap but please, don't try painting anything with you fingers crossed!

All the best,

DC