Nice thread, love a bit of vicarious modelling! Been messing about since I was a kid and never really stopped, just got a little intermittent when family appeared. Started off with the usual airfix stuff which didn't survive but then got into wargaming at high school. Got into 40K for a little while but always preferred the historical stuff and even contributed to the Alexander book when GW briefly wandered into Warhammer Ancient Battles. Was actually clearing out the loft this weekend and sorted out stuff to sell and stuff for 'future projects' Laddie has inherited the 40K stuff. Old circa 1990(?) WH40K eldar and whitescar armies, apparently illegal under current codex's... I hated GW for the never ending arms race and escalation, still they have money to make I suppose... Whitescars with scratchbuilt Baneblade... where did I get the time!? Some historical stuff, WWII 25mm, French Napoleonics in 25mm, Sassanian elephant, 1/1200 ships Apologies for the crap pics, these were taken back in the day when a good camera had a 3M sensor... When the kids were very young and we were pretty much trapped in the house for 5 years, I built this Artesania Le Hussard, loved the complexity of the build, the woodwork and rigging. very slow but very satisfying Hate the planking on this... Also scratchbuilt a trebuchet with some left over bits and pieces... Great for launching cat treats! In the last couple of years I've got the modelling stuff back out, bought an airbrush and built up a small stack of projects to do... Liked watching all the videos on weathering etc so was using these models to test techniques. That's all, will stop boring you now! The last 3 pics were taken on my phone which is way better than the old cameras could ever be! Next projects are a Tamiya 1/35 WW1 mark IV male tank with infantry and a modern Challenger II with infantry, to show how armour has developed in the last 100 years. Mark IV is build, started on the Challenger now.