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The Weekend of Scott Carter Five, or WOSC V. This past holiday weekend was our fifth AZ group painting marathon by the legendary Scott Carter from Fadedarmour.com. Scott arrived on Friday and spent the next 2.5 days painting and weathering some of our newest vehicles. We had a Dragon Sherman 75mm kit with upgrades in Italian campaign camo, a Dodge M6 Anti-tank vehicle with a Dragon 37mm gun mounted and the Cyber Hobby version of the Naval Flakvierling 38.

Every time we have Scott come to Arizona we have at least 3 vehicles for him to work on and he never disappoints. We all hang out, watch Scott paint and help out in various ways while watching war movies and football and some good food & drinks. It's like a 3 day party where the guest of honor works, it's the most fun you can have watching paint dry.

Hopefully everyone can get to the photos (links below) and feel free to ask questions, any of our group and myself will be happy to answer as best we can. I had a hard time getting the best shots with the daylight fading on Sunday so some shots are with flash and some without flash, sorry if it seems like a little duplication.

Enjoy the pics and we love to hear your feedback. The Sherman and Dodge have a few more very minor details to be finished that still need to be done so the pics don't represent the 100% finished project but you get the idea (like adding in the fabric seats).

Links to higher resolution pics....lots of pics...before, during and after.

Shutterfly (hope I posted this link right...first time posting shutterfly)
http://share.shutterfly.com/action/welcome?sid=0AbM2rZo0cNWji4

This is where I usually post my pics
https://myspace.com/davros666/mixes/wosc-v-348361

and all the previous meetings and photos

https://myspace.com/davros666/mixes

Scott Carter's site
http://fadedarmour.com/

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wow that's great, would love to meet Scott as I have admired his superb work for years.

I don't suppose Scott fancies a trip over the pond to the UK!!!!
Well I'm sure he'll fly if you buy :) I think he told me he was just in Ireland recently....I know that only sounds like rubbing salt into a wound. I do know he has a busy schedule and he gets a lot work from guys in England and other parts that ship stuff to him to work on.

We usually send more stuff back with him to work on and then he either brings it back on his next visit or one of our group picks stuff up from him when they are in California (being in Arizona we are just a 6 hour drive from him and there are frequently shows in CA to go to).

We sent 4 vehicles back with him this time and I know we'll keep having these paintfests as long as he's willing to come out here.
 
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