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  1. Very, very nice work matey. congratulations on an exemplary build. Regards,
  2. Brilliant concept Jeroen, Executed with precision, care and love. Many thanks. Regards,
  3. Yes, yes, yes! The shots remind me of very much an aircraft under clear shallow water. I suppose that was the intended outcome in the camouflage. Great work and thanks for sharing it. Regards,
  4. I am also subscribed to this kit (to SWMBO's horror - but it is for my son...honest) and can only echo James' post. It seriously needs a good build plan to complete it and lots of room. The results OOB are good but with added tweaking it can be sublime. Regards,
  5. Stunning result Danny. Congratulations on the first completion of 2017 and thanks for sharing! Regards,
  6. Looks great Danny, Great painting and detail work. Thanks for sharing. Regards,
  7. Jeroen, As always you inspire and amaze me with your talent and approach to a project. Many thanks. Regards,
  8. Marek, That is a stunning build. Thank you for sharing. Regards,
  9. Danny, Great work and an awesome tutorial! Many thanks for sharing it with us. Regards,
  10. Hi Rog, Don't know if these guys are any help but I found them in one of the modelling mags: http://gtg-resin.com/ Made in Australia so helping the economy etc. etc. They appear to be a new company so there inventory isn't much but they may bear watching for future releases. Not cheap but not as expensive as Fruil.... Regards,
  11. Just finished for a GB project over on BM. Fw 190A-5 Wnr. 5851, Hptm. Egon Mayer, CO III/JG 2 Richthofen, France, Spring, 1943. Kit: Eduard 1/48 Fw 190A-5 Extras: Ultracast: Fw 190 seat; Fw 190A wheels (early) Master Barrels Fw 190A-2/5 armament set Eduard: Kit supplied PE, Fw 190D set (canopy internal framing) Paint: Aeromaster Warbirds RLM 74; RLM 75; RLM 76; RLM 02; RLM 04 and various Tamiya, Model Master and others. AK Interactive Ultra Matte Finish. Airbrush: Grex Tritium TG with 0.3mm needle Etc: Lead wire of various dimensions, styrene stock and lots of good fortune! For those interested, the WIP can be found at BM: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235005921-148-eduard-fw-190a-5-hptm-egon-mayer-france-1943/ Thanks to all.
  12. Great result, I saw one of these in the flesh yesterday, amazing kit. Well done and thanks for sharing. Regards,
  13. Thanks Arnold, I also have a few in the stash. Now that I have conquered this one, I can build them using the knowledge I gained to make them easier. Regards,
  14. Yeah I would give up now. You are definitely not up to scratch for this forum.....IN NO WAY! Great skills, great product and you know photo stuff as well. I am definitely borrowing the beer glass trick.... Welcome and regards,