I feel I can do much more in this scale than 1/72 plus its still in the small zone
I can see where your coming from with this, the drama is I'm a bit of a detail freak, and I know I'm one of those that if I was to do 1/35 scale, I'd be the one with all the PE and turned ally barrels to strap to it and the larger the scale, the higher the chance of that happening.
Its the reason I mainly stick to Braille scale, as it forces me to work with-in a certain limit of achievable detail.... ie, I'm not sitting for weeks on end gluing on working PE tool straps to the same tank ..... Thankfully to aid all this I'm blessed with short sight, so the smaller scales smaller pieces don't throw up to much of a challenge... just my sausage sized, builders fingers.... but a nice set of tweezers sorts that out
Many thanks lads , Sean I see your point which is why I will most probably stay away from 35th for a while longer . This scale seems to meet my needs without me developing OCD,s . Second layer of weathering is going on .... will update once it drys .