The Matilda is like a mobile pillbox with an armour value at 6 at support list 3 and I think the the Dingo is a cool little vehicle.
Both vehicles are 3D printed and they are my first purchases of 3D printed models, from OTP Terrain and Resin miniatures. at a good price with good service.
Just a heads up, that all the images of the Matilda on this post show the mudguards in the wrong postion. This image shows the correct placement of the mudguards which should be positioned at the rear of the vehicle tracks.
|Big thanks to SteveJ from the Wargaming Addict who pointed this out to me in the comments section, this image shows the dissecting of the tracks in preparation to switch them over to the correct position.|
|The A 11 Matilda I is a lovely printed vehicle and I could have gone straight onto painting it but being me I lightly sanded the vehicle to give it a bit of a rough look.|
|I also etched into the edge of the track with my hand motor to divide the link between the tank tracks to make it a bit more pronouced.|
|Better view of the edge of the track that has been slightly modified.|
|Also added a magnet on the underside of the turret and the base of the vehicle to secure the turret and allow to rotate.|
|Completed painted vehicle.|
|I used the same colours and techniques for painting the vehicle as my other BEF vehicles.|
|The dingo as supplied.|
|Dingo with my modifications.|
|Painted and completed.|
I also purchased a Lanchester II Armoured Car sitting on my bench for my Australians in Malaysia also from from OTP which is a lovely detailed vehicle that will not need any modifications but I will not be painting till after CANCON.